You don’t have to live in Wales to learn Welsh. There are many books, online resources as well as classroom learning tools available. Here are some useful websites to help you get started -
Say Something in Welsh has had great reviews from learners around the world.
Acen provides all sorts of information for Welsh learners.
Nant Gwrtheyrn Welsh Language Centre, located in a former quarrying village of the Llŷn Peninsula specialises in Welsh for adults and residential courses.
The phrase 'Gwnewch y Pethau Bychain' (meaning 'Do the Little Things') comes from our patron Saint, Saint David. The campaign encourages people to share suggestions on how we can all make small changes to increase the everyday use of Cymraeg.