Kianglaghyn

Links

For further information about Manx Gaelic try some of the following:

For information about the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh:
http://www.sch.im/bunscoill/

Details of the work of Mooinjer Veggey the Manx playgroup organisation can be found at:
http://www.mooinjerveggey.org.im

For yn Çheshaght Ghailckagh, the Manx Language Society contact:
Brian Stowell on 623821

For the work of Caarjyn ny Gaelgey contact:
Joan Cain on 843436

For a searchable Manx on-line Bible service:
http://www.mannin.info/MHF/

For the news each week in Manx Gaelic from Manx Radio:
www.manxradio.com/newsinGaelic.aspx

For a free and regularly updated dictionary to down load on to your computer:
http://homepages.manx.net/gaelg/

For Manx on Wikipedia check out
http://gv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ard-ghuillag

You can listen live to Manx Radio or download programme's dedicated to the language and culture of the Island: Moghrey Jedoonee on a Sunday morning between 10.00 and 12.00; Claare ny Gael on a Sunday evening from 8.00 until 9.00; Traa dy Liooar on a Monday on MV from 5.00pm; Shiaght Laa on a Wednesday evening at 6.05 and Jamys Jeheiney on MW from 5.00pm on a Friday 

A new and evolving site from the Department of Education's Manx Gaelic team can be found at:
https://www2.sch.im/groups/manxlanguage/

Check out our facebook page at:
https://www.facebook.com/LearnManx?ref=hl

and our Youtube site at: 
https://www.youtube.com/user/gaelg

and information on our apps can be accessed here: 
http://www.culturevannin.im/cms/page_288619.html

For information about historical records relating to the language contact the Manx museum on 01624 648000. Ned Beg Hom Ruy's cottage in Cregneash is worth a visit for language enthusiasts:

A number of other Celtic language groups have been very supportive of the work we do. These include:

Nalbin - Scotland

Bretin - Wales

Yn Chorn - Cornwall

Nerin - Ireland