Welsh Society in Kenya plan inaugural St David’s Day meeting

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St David’s Day this year won’t be the only reason to celebrate for Welsh expats in Kenya.

As well as celebrating their Patron Saint’s Day, Wednesday will also see the inaugural meeting of the Welsh Society in Kenya.

Welsh expat Lowri Rees has been tirelessly trying to locate as many people as possible who would be interested in starting up a Welsh Society in Kenya and have issued an open invitation to the get together in order to put together some ideas on how the group might work.

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The overall objective would be to create a society that celebrates Welsh culture, food, music and language. As well as Welsh expats, the invitation is also open to those with strong links to Wales, either through study, employment “or a deep appreciation of the refereeing skills of Nigel Owens”.

As the group are starting from scratch, they open to any ideas and suggestions.

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The first meeting of the Welsh Society in Kenya is taking place this Wednesday 1 March at 19.30 at  J’s Fresh Bar and Kitchen in Nairobi. Anyone wanting information about the event  email organiser, Neil Roberts.


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