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28 May 2022

Moonlight walk in Glenveagh agus deis an Ghaeilge a labhairt

Siúlóid dheas faoi sholas na gealaí i nGleann Bheatha

Moonlight walk in Glenveagh agus deis an Ghaeilge a labhairt

Glenveagh National Park

Tá ócáid dheas a éagrú i nGleann Bheatha don oíche anocht. Tugtar deis do dhaoine siúil ó Ghartan go Gleann Bheatha faoi sholas na gealaí. Tugtar cuireadh de dhaoine an Ghaeilge a labhairt agus a chloisteáil le linn na siúlóide. Is é aidhm na siúlóide ná go ndéanfadh gach duine a ndícheall an Ghaeilge a labhairt, cé acu bhfuil siad líofa nó ar bheagán Ghaeilge, agus go mbeidh siad sásta tacaíocht agus cuidiú a thabhairt dá chéile. Siúlóid thart ar 9km a bheas ann. 

Tá sé tábhachtach bróga maithe siúil agus éadaí foirsteanach a bheith ort agus uisce/greim le hithe a bheith leat. Beidh sólaistí a sholáthar ag Líonra Leitir Ceanainn agus ag Comhairle Contae Dhún na nGall in ionad na gcuairteoirí i nGleann Bheatha i ndiaidh na hócáide. Tá sé rí-thábhachtach go ndéanfaí daoine clárú dón tsiúlóid, tré dhul chuig an neasc seo

A moonlight walk in Glenveagh is set to take place in the picturesque grounds of Glenveagh this eveing. People are encouraged to speak their cúpla focal as they make their way along the 9k walk. Organisers said that the standard of Irish is not important but rather that fluent speakers and beginners encourage and support one another on their moonlit journey. For further information and to register fro this magical event, please click here.

The event takes place in partnership with Donegal County Council with support from Glenveagh National Park. 

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