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Uwch 2 (Dyddiol)/ Higher 2 (Daily)

Dyddiol / Daily

Addas ar gyfer pobl sy’n dilyn cwrs UWCH neu gwrs MEISTROLI, neu gwrs ar lefel debyg. Disgwylir i’r myfyrwyr deimlo’n gyffyrddus ynglyn â dilyn y cwrs hwn drwy gyfrwng y Gymraeg yn bennaf.
/ Suitable for learners following the UWCH or MEISTROLI courses, or an equivalent course. Students will be expected to be comfortable in following this course largely in Welsh.
Remaining Spaces 14

Event Details

Cost £295.00 Per Person
Start Date 19/06/2017 09:30
End Date 23/06/2017 15:15
Registration Start Date 02/08/2016
Registration End Date 18/06/2017

Event Contact Details

Contact Name Caren Jones
Contact Telephone 01758 750 334
Contact Email [email protected]

Event Location Details

Location Name Nant Gwrtheyrn
Street Name Llithfaen
Town / City Pwllheli
County / State Gwynedd
Country Wales
Postcode / ZIP LL53 6NL
Telephone 01758 750 334
Email [email protected]
Website http://nantgwrtheyrn.org
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