Dewi Sant Welsh
One of the primary goals of
the Dewi Sant web site is to provide a Canadian portal to Wales and things Welsh. Here are some links that will
be of interest to many of our visitors.
|A Welsh Course: A site that gives a basic introduction
to Yr Hen Iaith ("Welsh").
Aberdare Online : Your information guide to Aberdare and the Cynon Valley.
Anglesey / Mon Information: It is full of interesting information about the island, including photographs of all of its churches, ancient monuments, war memorials, family history, and the story of both Menai Bridges.
Ann Griffiths Website: This is a website for the study of the life and work of Ann Griffiths (1776-1805), the prominent Welsh poet and hymn-writer, and a Christian poet of international stature.
BBC Cymru A'r Byd: The home site of Radio Cymru, the Welsh language branch of BBC Radio Wales. It includes leading news stories in Welsh and y cylchgrawn ("the magazine"). It also offers RealPlayer© live access to Radio Cymru, the latest news broadcasts, and extracts from many news stories. A must site for Cymry Cymraeg ("Welsh speakers").
BBC Online Wales: The home site of BBC Wales with news, games and the new on-line Catchphrase 2000 Welsh language course.
Brecon Beacons National Park: Learn more about this beautiful part of Wales.
Carmarthen County Council/Cyngor Sir Caerfyrddin: Learn more about what's happening in "Sir Gar" by visiting the official site of the Carmarthensire County Council.
Cefn Caer: Cefn Caer is a very interesting pre-fifteenth centure, grade 2 listed medieval hall house located at Pennal (near Machynlleth). It welcomes tourism and educational visits by prior arrangement.
Celtic West Wales: Learn about the attractions to be seen in beautiful Pembrokeshire. This site is brought to you by Coast & Cottage Holidays, who arrange holiday cottage stays in the area.
Clwb Malu Cachu: This website provides materials and support for Welsh language learners.
Cor Meibion Froncysyllte / Froncysyllte Male Voice Choir: Information, music and pictures of this male voice choir from North-East Wales.
Cor Meibion Dyfnant / Dunvant Male Choir: The web site of "the largest and oldest male choir in Wales".
Curiad: Curiad is a Welsh music magazine. See what's hot and what's not in Wales.
Croeso Cymru: Bilingualism in Wales is now "cool", and Coeso Cymru is the website that promotes "cool Cymru".
Cymdeithas Cerddoriaeth Cymru: Cymdeithas Cerddoriaeth Cymru - The Guild for the Promotion of Welsh Music - is a society formed for ".. the understanding (and) appreciation ... of the music of composers of Welsh origin, or of any nationality resident in Wales ..."
CYD (Cymdeithas Y Dysgwyr): Cymdeithas Y Dysgwyr ("The Learners' Society) provides programs and activities to help Welsh language learners integrate fully into Welsh speaking society.
Eisteddfod Genedlaethol Frenhinol Cymru: The Royal National Eisteddfod of Wales is held each year in a different area of Wales (alternatively in the north and the south). Learn more about this important cornerstone of Welsh culture.
Eisteddfod Genedlaethol yr Urdd: The Urdd Gobaith Cymru, a Welsh language organization for young people, holds a National Eisteddfod that attracts large numbers of competitors.
IC Wales: IC Wales is a portal site associated with the Western Mail newspaper. It's "the one-stop shop on the internet for all Welsh ex-pats."
Index of North Welsh Newspapers: This is your link to the on-line newspapers of the counties of Wrexham, Denbigh and Flint. Of special note to Welsh-speakers is the Welsh language newspaper Y Cymro.
North Wales Index: A large and expanding collection of links of web sites in North Wales.
Owain Glyndwr Society: A society to mark the contributions of Owain Glyndwr to the history of Wales.
Red Dragon Rugby: For every Welsh ex-patriot who lives and breathes rugby, this site is an absolute must. Find out the lastest scores, standings, news and analysis. There's even a live chat every Thursday between 8pm and 9pm GMT.
Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales: Commission that oversees the ancient and historical monuments of Wales.
Rhiw: The website of the little village of Rhiw on the Lleyn Peninsula of North Wales
S4C: Sianel 4 Cymru ("Channel 4 Wales") is a Welsh language television channel available throughout Wales. You can learn more about "what's on" Welsh tv tonight by visiting this site.
Siân James : Siân James is a Welsh singer, harpist and recording artist with many albums to her credit. Learn more about Ms. James, her music and her current projects.
Tegryn, Pembrokeshire: Tegryn is a small village in Pembrokeshire where a lot goes on. Learn what's happening in lovely Tegryn today.
Times Past: A site dedicated to one-hundred years (1850-1950) of postcard photography in North Wales.
trac: Folk Development for Wales: trac is Wales' first Folk Development Agency; its rôle to promote and develop the music and dance traditions of Wales - both within Wales and beyond.
Welsh Dragon Embroidery: High quality, embroidered leisure-wear. The company, a small, Welsh, family-run firm based in Carmarthenshire, South Wales, is particularly proud of their original range of humorous, Welsh embroidery designs.
Welsh Kilt Page: Learn more about the Welsh kilt, its history, and how it is worn.
Welsh Language Board/Bwrdd yr Iaith Gymraeg: The Welsh Language Board oversees the development and spread of Welsh. If you're interested in the status of the Welsh language, this site has all the information you could need.
Welsh Tourist Board/Y Bwrdd Croeso: The official site of the Welsh Tourist Board. Lots of information to help you plan your next trip to Wales.
Welsh World: A site that has the latest in Welsh news, events and music.
Wild West Wales: A multi-purpose information site covering the counties of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire.
World Wide Wales TV: A website with Flash moves on Wales and Welsh topics.
Visitor's Guide to North Wales and the Borderlands: Thinking of visiting North Wales this year. Visit this site first.
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