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17 June 2013

Find the London Welsh Centre

Opened on 5th November 1937 on Grays Inn Road, to provide a home for the Young Wales Association, an organisation that had been organising social events for Welsh people in London since 1920, the London Welsh Centre is run by a charitable trust that aims to promote and celebrate all things Welsh.

The Centre still maintains a rich programme of Welsh (and even some non-Welsh) focussed events, and alongside promoting the use of the Welsh language, it also tries to foster interest in Welsh literature, music and art and culture. Many interesting Welsh people have passed through, and the website seems particularly proud of visits by hairy-chested Welsh singer and talent show judge Sir Tom Woodward.

For more, see http://www.londonwelsh.org/

^Picture from Wikimedia Commons, used under a Creative Commons license^

1 comment:

  1. Despite actually being Welsh, the only time I've been here was for a breastfeeding drop-in advice session!