ClÓr Leasachaidh

Gaelic cultural and community life is flourishing in Edinburgh like never before, and much of this continuing growth is down to many who have worked hard to uncover the hidden treasure of Scotlandĺs most amazing language and culture.

Buidhnean agus Coinneamhan

Buidheann/Tachartasan ClÓr Cruinneachaidh └ite/Fios bho
Edinburgh Gaelic Partnership
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Executive group meets at least quarterly to oversee progress with the City of Edinburgh Council's Gaelic plan, to provide support for partner organisations and to liase with national bodies. Reports to full membership through various means  
Annual Community/Partnership Forum
All welcome
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Held on a Saturday each November, this is a major event with invited speakers where members of the community can catch up with developments, and have a say. With entertainment and refreshments. It will take place on Saturday 15th November from 1 pm. Followed by special 5-year anniversary ceilidh for Bothan and Glasgow and Aberdeen's Gaelic night clubs. This year at the Scottish Storytellling Centre, Netherbow, the Royal Mile.
Comunn na GÓidhlig
Comunn na GÓidhlig's logo
Comunn nam GÓidhlig supports Gaelic development initiatives in Edinburgh through their Glasgow office. The Edinburgh Gaelic community has now requested a full-time development officer be based in Edinburgh to allow badly needed development to move ahead. CnaG.org.uk
Community Events Development Group
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Meets regularly to schedule and plan the major evnts of the year, which will see a number of milestone anniversaries. Meets at the Gaelic Community Office
Bothan arts development
(G)Bothan's logo
Meets roughly monthly to plan an innovative comtemporary Gaelic arts programme for Edinburgh, Generally on the Tuesday night following Bothan events. Meetings usually held at the Gaelic Community Office.
Comann nam PÓrant
Support group for parents of children in Gaelic-medium education
All parents welcome
(u)Comann nam PÓrant 
                      Dhun-╚ideann's logo
Meets around once each half term to strategically plan for the future of Gaelic-medium education, and to organise social and other events. Meetings held at Tollcross or the Gaelic Community Office.
Language Policy Seminars
All welcome
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Seminars are generally held at 5.15 pm on Tuesdays. Seminars held at the Celtic and Scottish Studies Department of the University of Edinburgh, in the Conference Room at 27 George Square. Enquiries to tachartasan@duneideann.net
Gaelic Education Group
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Meets regularly to develop Gaelic education in Edinburgh, and manage routine matters. Members represent the Council, parents groups, staff, and learners groups. Contact Norma.Martin@edinburgh.gov.uk
Cross-party group on Gaelic
(G)Scottish Parliament logo
Meets monthly on the last Wednesday of the month to take forward parliamentary and national issues relating to Gaelic. Meets at the Scottish Parliament.

(u) freagarrach do dhaoine le GhÓidhlig agus as a h-aonais, (st) bidh inneal eadar-theangachaidh ri fhaighinn, (g) beagan susbaint tron a' GhÓidhlig a-mhÓin, (G) a mh˛r-chuid neo an tachartas gu lŔir tro mheadhan na GÓidhlig.