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May 15, 2018

European experts back call for Irish Language Act

Local Irish language community development organisation, Cairde Teo, joined a delegation last week to meet with a number of international experts charged with assessing how the European Charter for Regional…

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April 19, 2018

From Armagh to the Isle of Mull

Representatives from CAIRDE Teo, the Irish language cooperative based in Armagh City, have just returned from a visit to Oban, Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Isle of Mull. The organisation recently…

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13 Apr

Meeting for Irish Medium School in Armagh

Armagh Harps Club on the Loughgall Road was the venue for a public meeting this week to announce plans for a new Irish medium primary school in Armagh City that…

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13 Apr

New Irish parent and toddler group

Local Irish language community group, Cairde Teo, are inviting parents of children between the ages of one and four years old, who are raising their children through Irish, to join…

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06 Apr

Irish medium information evening

As Irish medium education continues to flourish in Armagh, the committee of Naíscoil na Caille  are organizing an information evening on Thursday 12 April at the Armagh Harps Social Club…

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13 Mar

Cairde Teo Scoop Prestigious Prize at Glitzy Awards Ceremony in Co. Westmeath

A large crowd gathered in Glasson Country House Hotel in Athlone, Co Westmeath on Saturday night past to celebrate another year of high achievement at the annual Glór na nGael…

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Learn Irish

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.

  1. Lower Beginners Class
  2. Upper Beginners Class
  3. Lower Improvers Class
  4. Upper Improvers Class
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Family Activities

10Jun

Street Feast Picnic

Cairde Teo will be organising a picnic as part of a nationwide series of Irish language "Street Feast", which is being coordinated by Oireachtas na Gaeilge. Street Feast will take...
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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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