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October 11, 2017

Weekly Irish language mass to resume

Following essential  building work at St Patrick’s College in Ard Mhacha, the weekly Irish language mass will now return on Saturday 3 November.  Irish speakers and learners from across the diocese…

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October 09, 2017

Guidance for Businesses on Bilingual Packaging

Treoirleabhar Pacáistíochta

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09 Oct

Guidance for Businesses on Bilingual Signage

Comharthaíocht Dhátheangach – Bilingual Signage

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29 Sep

Armagh hillwalkers set to visit Binnian

Armagh’s bilingual walking group Siúil are planning their next outing to the Mourne Mountains on Saturday 7 October. The group will take on the challenge of Slieve Binnian over a…

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21 Sep

“Parties and Governments have opportunity to make the right decisions for the right reasons”

As opposition to grant Irish speakers rights continues, Conradh na Gaeilge calls time on fake news, asking parties and both governments to honour international agreements and follow recommendations As talks…

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20 Sep

Launch of Cú Chulainn, Ulster’s Greatest Hero

Armagh Gaels are being invited to attend the launch of the latest offering from the pen of Réamonn Ó Ciaráin, Cú Chulainn, Ulster’s Greatest Hero. The launch will take place at…

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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
  5. Ard Rang
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Irish language youth club

The Irish medium youth club for children between Rang 4 and Rang 7 at local Irish medium schools will start back this year on Thursday 21 September. The registration fee...
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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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