(English) ‘Cupán Tae’ in Drum for Seachtain na Gaeilge

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Drum Community Centre invites you to join them for a ‘cupán tae’ to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge. The annual festival runs nationwide until St. Patrick’s Day and aims to promote the use of the Irish language in everyday life. National and local events are being organised across the country, and Drum Community Centre in Athlone is set to play its part in promoting our native tongue by hosting a coffee morning on Saturday, 14 March from 11am to 2pm. Regardless of how much or little Irish you have, you are invited to come along and speak a cúpla focal, have a bit of fun and enjoy a cupán tae.

Drum is a rural community in south Roscommon, only two miles west of Athlone town centre. The community centre is located in the townland of Crannagh, which was one of seven Gaeltacht areas in county Roscommon, according to the Housing (Gaeltacht) Act 1929.

Further details are available on the Drum website at www.drum.ie or the official Seachtain na Gaeilge website www.snag.ie

Download as PDF at www.drum.ie/centre/press-releases

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