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January 18, 2019

Local Irish Speakers Celebrate Prestigious Awards

The thriving Irish language community in Armagh received a major vote of confidence this week with the much anticipated announcement of the annual Glór na nGael awards for promotion of…

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December 21, 2018

World Expert on Bilingualism to Speak in Armagh City

Gael Linn is delighted to host the internationally renowned Dr. Thomas H Bak to deliver a public talk on the significant health benefits of learning an additional language in Armagh City.…

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11 Dec

Festive Family Fun in Belfast

A large contingent of Irish speaking families from Armagh joined Cairde Teo at the weekend for a Christmas day trip to Béal Feirste to meet Daidí na Nollag, Santa Clause,…

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11 Dec

Irish Language Mass Update

Irish language mass at St Patrick’s College:The final mass of this term will be read in St Patrick’s College chapel on Saturday 15 December at 5.30pm. There will be no…

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25 Sep

Plans for Expansion of Irish Medium Education in Armagh

Irish Medium Education (IME) in Armagh City continues to go from strength to strength according to a new committee tasked with addressing the growing shortfall of places to meet the…

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25 Sep

Construction phase of Aonach Mhacha well underway

Construction at the eagerly anticipated Irish language and cultural hub at the junction of Upper English Street and Dawson Street at the Shambles, Armagh City is finally underway. The £2…

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Are you learning Irish for the first time or do you already speak Irish? Cairde Teo language courses are specially designed to cater for the needs of adults at all learning stages, including those who are more advanced but in need of practice.

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Aonach Mhacha Development

Aonach Mhacha is a collaborative social enterprise which will build and manage a cultural centre in the historic heart of Armagh City. The cultural centre will also be known as Aonach Mhacha.

Our Aims

The company is a registered charity. All profits generated by the trading activities of the Aonach Mhacha social enterprise will be reinvested in the Aonach Mhacha building and in cultural, social, arts, educational and recreation projects in the Armagh area.

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