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Iestyn ap Dafydd

Iestyn ap Dafydd

The fifth champion for Shwmae Sumae Day 2018!   Shwmae Sumae Day will be celebrating its 6th year on the 15th of October this year, and as a part of the celebrations a series of champions across Wales will help promote the national day of celebrating the Welsh language. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh amongst those that are learners, with only a few words of Welsh, or fluent, through using simple phrases, as a mwy »

Dr Lisa Forrest!

Dr Lisa Forrest!

Announcing our fourth Shwmae Sumae champion of 2018! Over the past five years, Shwmae Sumae Day has called on champions across Wales to help promote the national day of celebrating the Welsh language, held on the 15th of October each year. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh, and using simple phrases, as a means of normalising the language, amongst their networks and communities. Our fourth champion this year is Dr Lisa Forrest, born in Halifax, mwy »

Matt Spry!

Matt Spry!

And our 3rd champion is… Champions across Wales have been helping us promote Shwmae Sumae Day, the national day of celebrating the Welsh language, held on the 15th of October each year. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh and using simple phrases, as a means of normalising the language. The third champion to be announced is the 2018 Welsh Learner of the year, Matt Spry, originally from Plymouth, and now a resident of Adamsdown (Waunadda), mwy »

Gwennan Mair!

Gwennan Mair!

Our second champion for 2018! Champions across Wales have helped promote the national day of celebrating the Welsh language, held on the 15th of October each year. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh, and using simple phrases, as a means of normalising the language, amongst their networks and communities. Our second champion of 2018 is the artist and Director of Creative Engagement with Theatr Clwyd, Gwennan Mair, originally from Llanffestiniog, now living in Ruthin. After mwy »

Dani Schlick!

Dani Schlick!

Announcing the first champion for Shwmae Sumae Day 2018!   Over the past five years, Shwmae Sumae Day has called on champions across Wales to help promote the national day of celebrating the Welsh language, held on the 15th of October. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh, and using simple phrases, as a means of normalising the language amongst their networks and communities. We are very proud to announce that our first champion for 2018 mwy »

GRANT PEISLEY!

GRANT PEISLEY!

Announcing a #ShwmaeSumae champion from the other side of the world (well, Llandwrog as of late…)! As Shwmae Sumae Day is five years old this year, there will be five champions representing the campaign in 2017, working the length and breadth of Wales helping us to promote the purpose of the national day held on the 15th of October each year. The idea is to encourage and help Wales’ citizens (be they fluent, learners or only having a few words) mwy »

CARYS ELERI!

CARYS ELERI!

‘Parch’ (Respect) to our fourth champion of 2017! Over the past five years, Shwmae Sumae Day has called on champions across Wales to help promote the national day of celebrating the Welsh language, held on the 15th of October each year. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh, as a means of normalising the language, amongst their networks and communities. Our fourth champion this year is the actress, singer and writer Carys Eleri from Upper Tumble mwy »

BEN SELLMAN!

BEN SELLMAN!

And our third Shwmae Sumae champion of 2017 is… Champions across Wales have been helping us promote Shwmae Sumae Day, the national day of celebrating the Welsh language, held on the 15th of October each year. These champions encourage the act of starting each conversation in Welsh, as a means of normalising the language. The third champion to be announced in 2017 is Dr Ben Sellman, originally from Birmingham and now living in Carmarthen. Ben is a family medic in mwy »

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