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Aisling Ghaeil Seoighe – Belfast Gaeltacht Visionaries

Ealaíon úr ag Preab Spás Choláiste Feirste. New artwork at Coláiste Feirste Pop-Up art space

Tá athmhaisiú galánta déanta ar an phreab-spás ealaíona ag geataí Choláiste Feirste chun ceiliúradh a dhéanamh ar comóradh 50 de bhunú Ghaeltacht uirbeach Bhóthar Seoighe.
The Gaeltacht Quarter Public Art space, Aisling an Phobail at the gates of Coláiste Feirste has been reimagined to Celebrate 50 Years of Belfast’s Urban Gaeltacht, Bóthar Seoighe.

Cearta Teanga ó Bhangladéis go Béal Feirste – Language Rights From Bangladesh to Belfast

Mic Léinn ón Séú Bliain le Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, Ministir Tallamh Na Banglaidéise, Saffuizzaman Chowdury agus Cathaoirleach Gobharnóirí Choláiste Feirste, Seán Mistéil le linn cuairt an mhinistir go Coláiste Feirste

Is fada an bhóthar é ó Bhanladéis go Béal Feirste ach rinne Ministir Talmhaíochta na Bangladéise, Saifuzzaman Chowdury, an turas fada sin an seachtain seo chuaigh thart agus é ag tabhairt an chéad chuairt oifigiúil ón tír sin go Coláiste Feirste. Agus thig an forbairt is déanaí de chuid an Cheathrú Ghaeltachta a dhéanfaidh triantán de thalamh dí-mhaoin a fhorbairt mar suíomh tithíochta Gaeilge agus áis turasóireachta.
It’s a long road from Bangladesh to Belfast, yet that was the journey undertaken last week by the Bangladesh Minister of Land Saifuzzaman Chowdrury who made that first visit from the far-flung land to Ireland’s biggest Irish Medium College, Coláiste Feirste. Where he visited the site of the latest Gaeltacht Quarter development which will see the transformation of a disused triangle site at the front of the college into a vibrant Irish language housing and tourism project.

Tenagacha Dúchais ina Buntaiste Iomaíoch – Native Languages a Competitive Edge

Ag Plé Gaeltique Coinceap  Brandála. Dicussing the Gaeltique Brand Concept.

Rinneadh Gaeltique, líonra úr do phobail mionteangacha na hEorpa, a lainseáil ag Forbairt Feirste inniú (Déardaoin 1ú Lúnasa) I gColáiste Ollscoile Naomh Mhuire i gCeathrú Ghaeltachta Bhéal Feirste. Thíos faoi tá preasráiteas a eisíodh tar éis cruinniú idir páirtithe leasmhara ag Comhdháil Mionteangacha agus tuarasóireachta.Gaeltique, a network for European minority Language communities, was launched today by Forbairt Feirste today (Thursday ist Augusr) in St Mary’s University College on foot of the Minority Language and Tourism Conference “Your Language Your Place”. Below is a statement issued following a meeting of interested parties at the Minority Language gathering..

Ón Oirthear Aniar – They Came from the East

Tomás Stothers and friend from Strand Presbyterian with the Original Bible from Broadway Presbyterian Church, Now Cultúrlann.

Dúirt stiúrthóir Forbairt Feirste, Jake MacSiacais, go raibh áthas an domhain air sean chara de chuid na Ceathrún Gaeltachta a fheiceáil ar ais agus cairde óna phobal féin in éineacht leis. Tháinig Tomás, chuig an Cultúrlann i bhfad siad i 1991 nuair a chéad fosclaíodh an áit. Baisteadh Tomás féin anseo nuair a bhí sé ina Eaglais.
Forbairt Feirste director, Jake MacSiacais has said he was absolutely delighted that an old friend, Tomas Stothers, had returned to the Gaeltacht Quarter after a recent visit bringing other members of his congregation with him. Tomás, a relative of Jim Stothers, the Deputy Clerk of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland, first visited Cultúrlann when it opened way back in 1991. He was himself baptised in Broadway. Jim, of course, is a man himself with a huge interest in the history of the Church and of the role played by Presbyterians in preserving Gaelic.

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