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The Clare Gaeltacht: 'Where we have come from and where we are going’

The Clare Gaeltacht: 'Where we have come from and where we are going’

On Wednesday 10 December, Coiste Forbartha Gaeltachta Chontae an Chláir ( an organization which aims to promote Irish In Co. Clare will hold another Irish evening in the community centre in Kilrush at 8 pm.

The Kerry professor and author of the book ’ Athbheochan na hEabhraise: Ceacht don Ghaeilge’ (The Revival of Hebrew; A lesson for the Irish language) Professor Muiris Ó Laoghaire


On Wednesday 10 December, Coiste Forbartha Gaeltachta Chontae an Chláir ( an organization which aims to promote Irish In Co. Clare will hold another Irish evening in the community centre in Kilrush at 8 pm.

The Kerry professor and author of the book ’ Athbheochan na hEabhraise: Ceacht don Ghaeilge’ (The Revival of Hebrew; A lesson for the Irish language) Professor Muiris Ó Laoghaire will meet with Irish language groups to discuss the lessons from the revival of Hebrew, how it was achieved and how it might apply to a revival of the Irish language.


He will discuss the Irish language and what went against the language and how we can work together to revive it.

The title of evening is ’ Where we have come from and where we are going’

The evening will commence with some light refreshments at 8 pm and after the event the group will go to Crottys  to listen to  some traditional music.

The MEP Seán Ó Neachtain hopes to visit Kilrush Community Centre soon to speak to local members of Conradh na Gaeilge, the Gaeltacht development committee and the Clare Language development committee about language revival in county Clare.

Seán Ó Neachtain is a language activist who has worked for many years in promoting the Irish language and culture and he wishes to help local groups in the Clare area, where an official Gaeltacht existed for many years.




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