Adults are the key to saving Gaelic

The Moray Language Centre will be holding an important information meeting, regarding the Isle Of Lewis Gaelic Initiative at the Cabarfeidh Hotel, Stornoway, starting at 7.30pm on December 4th.

The primary topic of the meeting is make the general public, especially Gaelic speakers and learners aware of the fact that, “adults rather than children are the key to saving Gaelic”, accordingly, the meeting will focus on bringing Gaelic into the home as speedily as possible.

On the night they hope to attract parents, grandparents, friends, relations and anyone over the age of 18 is more than welcome to come along, if nothing else one will undoubtedly find the evening informative and stimulating and who knows, one may even find an hitherto unknown commitment towards Gaelic.

The group expect to hear a great deal of discussion regarding Parenthood Courses, Gaelic In The Home Courses and Action and Activity Projects, as well as how to set about revitalising Gaelic communities, all of which are designed to raise the profile and help secure the Gaelic language and culture for the coming generations.

To find out more contact Finlay Macleoid on 01542-836322 or email Finlay at the Moray Language Centre.