FREE sessions are taking place at Wrexham's arts and cultural hub for those looking to learn the Welsh language.

Learning new languages is something most of us have all been keen to do to broaden our minds and increase our own skills.

Finding the time and covering the cost can be a difficult when trying to balance other aspects of our lives. But there is a brand new way where you can finally harness the linguistic skills that you need with free informal Welsh lessons every week.

Hosted at Tŷ Pawb at the Flexi Space, beginners to Welsh can begin their path to mastering the language without paying a penny with lessons and activities every Sunday from 10am until midday.

The session begins with an informal hour-long lesson aimed at the basics before the second hour focuses on a more relaxed vibe where you can play games or just chill with a drink from Blank Canvas to give you the opportunity to speak and listen in Welsh.

Being multi-lingual is a great skill to have and speaking Cymraeg in Wales is a huge advantage in regards to employment and opportunities, whilst tapping into the culture and heritage in Wrexham and wider Wales.

The Welsh government has launched their ‘Cymraeg 2050’ campaign and is looking to see a rise of a million Welsh speakers in the country in the next 30 or so years.

It has been shown that bilingual people often improve their problem solving, multitasking and decision making whilst more and more people are learning – just some of the reasons to give it a go.

So, if you fancy heading down the first session will take place on Sunday, September 2, and run each week – if you need more information you can call 01978 292144 or e-mail