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In-person classes

Culture Vannin classes

Culture Vannin currently offers four in-person Manx lessons (as well as live Zoom lessons, which you can find details of here). New members are always welcome: please email gaelg(at)culturevannin.im for further information.

  • Tuesdays 9.15am – 10am: Culture Vannin, St. John’s. Lower Intermediates (Keim Jees / Level Two)
     
  • Wednesdays 9.15am – 10am: Culture Vannin, St. John’s. Beginners (Keim Nane / Level One). Class started September 2021
  • Thursdays 9.30am – 10.15am: Culture Vannin, St. John’s. Improvers (Keim Nane / Level One). Class started January 2021
  • Saturdays 10.30am – 11.30am: House of Manannan, Peel. Lower Intermediates

Intermediate/advanced lesson with Joan Caine

Joan Caine, RBV, runs a Manx class on Monday afternoons between 2pm and 4pm at Green's Cafe in St. John's. Intermediate and advanced Manx learners are very welcome to join.

Tantaran - Manx lessons in the north of the Island

For information about the work of Tantaran Ramsey Manx Group and lessons in the north of the Island contact Paul Salmon on 451261 and email rhumsaa(at)gmail.com or see Tantaran FB page  @TantaranRamsey 

'Sheshaghyn' - a buddy system from Manx language charity Pobble

Pobble, a Manx language charity who focus on increasing the use of spoken Manx, have a buddy system called 'Sheshaghyn', which helps individuals to learn from a more experienced speaker. Sessions can be arranged in-person or via online platforms such as Google Hangouts, Zoom and Skype. If you would like to find out more about this, and become a Mainshter (mentor) or Prindeys (apprentice), visit the Pobble website

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