Yn Chruinnaght

Ta’n Chruinnaght ny feailley jeh cultoor Vannin as y vooinjerys eddyr Ellan Vannin as ny queig cheeraghyn Celtiagh elley (Nalbin, Nerin, Y Vretin, Y Chorn as Y Vritaan). T’ee goaill stiagh kuse dy haghyrtyn lesh kiaull, daunse, y chengey, ellynyn as keirdyn, leaghtyn as mooarane elley.

Yn Chruinnaght (meaning ‘the gathering’) is a celebration of Manx culture and the relationship between the Isle of Man and the other five Celtic countries (Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Cornwall and Brittany). It includes a number of events with music, dance, language, arts and crafts, lectures and much more.

It’s currently being held in the IOM but there is nothing about it on the Newspaper website (tut, tut).

Oh, Cav lost the green jersey yesterday.