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Posted by oifig on 2012/5/21 18:43:18 (3435 reads)

Deireadh seachtain den scoth ag cúrsa Coláiste na nGael i Stoke Rochford Hall (áit dochreidte maith!!).

A great weekend at the Coláiste na nGael course in Stoke Rochford Hall (an unbelievably beautiful location).

Deireadh seachtain den scoth ag cúrsa Coláiste na nGael i Stoke Rochford Hall (áit dochreidte maith!!). Ár míle buíochas de Christy & Coláiste na nGael as ucht an méid oibre a rinne siad chun gach rud a chur le chéile. Deas bualadh le chairde úr agus sean agus bhain gach duine an-sult as an ardchúrsa le an Dr. Séamus Ó Diollúin (WIT). Táimid lán den Thuiseal Tabharthach agus den Thuiseal Ginideach anois! Go raibh maith agat a Shéamuis!
Bhí cruinniú de chuid Gaeilge na Breataine againn tráthnóna Dé Domhnaigh agus an-áisiúil a bhí sé. Tháinig a lán smaointí agus comhairle amach. Buíochas de Mharcas Mac Ruairí ó Ghlór na nGael as ucht a tháinig chuig an cruinniú agus a mbíonn ag thabhairt comhairle & tacaíocht dúinn ónár gcéad lá.


A great weekend at the Coláiste na nGael course in Stoke Rochford Hall (an unbelievably beautiful location). Thanks of Christy & Coláiste na nGael for all the work they did to put everything together. Great to meet new friends and old and everyone really enjoyed the Advanced course with Dr. Séamus Diollúin (WIT). We are full of the Tuiseal Tabharthach and the Tuiseal Ginideach now! Thanks Séamus!
A meeting of Gaeilge na Breataine was held on Sunday afternoon and it was very useful. Loads of ideas and advice. Thanks to Marcas Mac Ruairí from Glór na nGael who travelled over for the meeting and for his & their ongoing help, advice & support.

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