The project has three parts –
- Refurbish the Peter Conacher organ to its original condition.
- Three year Cultural and Heritage Activities programme bringing the organ back to the heart of the community.
- Employ a Heritage Officer who will implement the Activities Programme with the help of volunteers.
Come and hear about Canolfan Soar’s work over the past year at our Annual General Meeting 2017-18
Tuesday 22 January 2019 from 6.30 pm – 7.30 pm.
Canolfan Soar, Pontmorlais, Merthyr Tudful
(Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to have English language translation, the meeting will be conducted in Welsh).
Welsh Government Campaign for Welsh Language Education
30th November at Advertureland, Merthyr Tydfil between 10 -2pm – An opportunity to receive information about what available in your area.
Menter Iaith Merthyr Tudful
GŴYL SOLAR / SOLAR FESTIVAL!
Here’s a taster of what will be happening during the day at Gŵyl Solar! Entrance during the day is free and tickets for the evening gig will be available at £6 (£4 concessions) from Canolfan Soar’s boxoffice: 01685 722176
Cydlynydd Prosiect Datblygu Gynulleidfa
Menter Iaith Merthyr Tudful
Cefnogir y swydd gan Gyngor Celfyddydau Cymru am gyfnod o 1 blwyddyn
Swydd Rhan Amser: 22.5 awr yr wythnos
Cyflog £30,000 pro rata (£18,000 y flwyddyn)
Rydym yn chwilio am berson egniol gyda phrofiad o ymgysylltu gyda’r gymuned trwy’r celfyddydau. Bydd y person yn gweithredu rhaglen celfyddydol yn Theatr Soar ac yn trefnu gweithdai a digwyddiadau ar draws sir Merthyr Tudful.
Am fanylion pellach a ffurflen gais cysylltwch â
Menter Iaith Merthyr Tudful, Canolfan Soar, Pontmorlais, Merthyr Tudful CF47 8UB
Dyddiad Cau 17 Ebrill 2014.
The ability to speak Welsh is essential for this Audience Development Co-ordinator post.
We call on the Assembly to ask the Welsh Government:
to congratulate the Mentrau Iaith for their innovative work in promoting the use of the Welsh language across Wales; to confirm that the Mentrau are a key partner for the Government in the context of implementing its Welsh-language strategy; to provide a prompt response to Cardiff University’s survey of the Mentrau’r work, ensuring that the funding that is given to them is a fair reflection of the scale of the task that they face – while accepting that the amount of money that is available to them needs to be increased substantially;
to accept that there is a need for consistency between the Mentrau in terms of funding and that the current inconsistency needs to be addressed; to fund Mentrau Iaith Cymru fairly, ensuring that it can play a full role in co-ordinating the work of the Mentrau and providing them with assistance and guidance;
to ensure that the Welsh-language standards compel Welsh local authorities to support the work of the Mentrau and to ensure that the authorities work closely with the Mentrau; to play a full role in providing strategic guidance in the context of community planning.
Thank you for your support