Ta Gaelg foast goll er loayrt ayns Mannin as ta¹n çhengey goll dy niartal nish. Ta¹n Ghaelg goll er ynsagh ayns scoillyn syn Ellan as ta paitçhyn dy liooar gynsagh dagh cooish trooid yn Ghaelg ec y Vunscoill Ghaelgagh  ec y traa t¹ayn.

Ta Ellan Vannin soiet eddyr Nerin as Sostyn as ta Parlamaid ain enmyssit Tinvaal ta genmys eh hene yn Parlamaid sheer-farraghtyn shinney sy theihll, shennaghys gow toshiaght ny smoo na thousane blein er dy henney.

Ta shin nyn sheshaght ghiastyllagh ta cur cooney as niart da cultoor Vannin trooid obbyr lhiasee, ynsagh as cur magh toyrtyssyn

Manx Gaelic is a language spoken in the Isle of Man. Although the 19th and 20th century saw a great deal of language loss the las thirty years have seen a great revival of interest in the language including the establishment of the Bunscoill Ghaelgagh a Manx medium primary school.

The Isle of Man is a crown dependency located in the Irish Sea. It is neither a member of the United Kingdom or European Union whilst it has the oldest continuous parliament in the world, known as Tynwald.

Culture Vannin is a Manx based charity which operates to make Manx culture relevant to the 21st century. It awards grants to organisations who support the Island¹s culture and also employs dedicated staff who support the language and music of the Island.