‘Clebran’ is another of those wonderful Welsh words. It means to natter, to have a chat.
Are we suggesting women like to get together?
Are we suggesting women like to have a good gossip over a glass of wine?
Are we suggesting Welsh women in London should have their own place to do these things?
Too right we are!
Whatever your age, background or connection to Wales, we invite you to join ‘Clebran’, an informal social gathering at the London Welsh Centre bar.
We are not a wine bar, we are a bar that sells good wine in a cosy and friendly atmosphere. We’re a home from home where you can meet and socialise with like-minded women.
Great things happen when women get together. Even greater things happen when they get chatting.
Upcoming ‘Clebran’ dates:
- Thursday June 20th – ‘A walk through The City of London visiting sites of Welsh interest and hearing about the contributions of some of the Welsh people who helped shape its history. Start outside St Paul’s Tube (Cathedral Exit by Costa Coffee) at 7pm (or meet at 6pm at the London Welsh Centre) and ending near Bank Junction. The walk will last around an hour and a half and end near a suitable hostelry!’ Let us know if you would like to join the walk: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Thursday July 18th (time and activity TBC)
Let us know what you think. Are you interested in joining ‘Clebran’?