These are Scottish Gaelic conversation groups we know of which are currently active. If you think any of the details here are incorrect or if you know of another conversation group you’d like us to list, please contact us.
An Cearcall Gàidhlig (The Gaelic Circle) is a drop-in facility for native Gaelic speakers and learners at all levels.
Where: Room 8/9, Lindsay House, South Bridge Street, Bathgate
When: Saturday mornings, 9.30am – 12.00pm
Contact: Rob McEwan on 0131 333 3448
Canan is Cèic (Language and Cake) is open to Gaelic speakers at all levels. They do sometimes change venue so please get in touch beforehand if you are planning to go for the first time.
Where: Thos. J. Walls Café, Forrest Road, Edinburgh
When: Saturday afternoons, 3.30pm – 5.00pm
Contact: Déirdre ní Mhathúna at firstname.lastname@example.org or message them on Facebook
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Run by the University, this group is open to the community and to Gaelic speakers of all ages and levels. This group only runs during term time so get in touch to make sure it’s on, if you aren’t sure.
Where: Grassmarket community Centre, 86 Candlemaker Row, Edinburgh
When: Thursday afernoons, 1.00pm – 2.00pm
Contact: Bria Mason at Bria.Mason@ed.ac.uk
This conversation group is only suitable for intermediate level and above. If you are not sure about your level, please phone them before you go along.
Where: Edinburgh – multiple venues
When: Edinburgh – multiple sessions
Cost: 3 payment options available
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