CI A FI

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Have you ever been intrigued by the Welsh language but feel hesitant about traditional classroom learning? If you're someone who enjoys the beauty of nature and the warmth of community, we have an exciting opportunity for you! Join us for our Welsh Language Walks, a unique blend of language learning and outdoor exploration.

Our walks are perfect for anyone who loves to be surrounded by picturesque landscapes while engaging in stimulating conversations. Whether you're a beginner or already have some familiarity with Welsh, this experience is designed to cater to all levels of language proficiency.

The walks are led by a Welsh speaker who is also a learner, ensuring an empathetic and supportive learning environment. This approach makes the experience incredibly accessible and enjoyable for people of all ages.

During these walks, you'll not only learn the Welsh language but also immerse yourself in the local culture and history that is intertwined with the language. It's a casual, pressure-free setting where you can learn at your own pace and enjoy the company of fellow language enthusiasts.

Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to combine your love for nature with the desire to learn a new language. For more information, just pop into Caffi Hafan! We're excited to share more about this wonderful experience and help you take the first steps on your Welsh language journey. 

 

 

 

 

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Ci a Fi - Welsh Speaking Guided Walks

Type:Guided Walk

Hafan Yr Afon, Car Park, Back Ln., Newtown, Powys, SY16 2NH

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