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To the best of my knowledge (and I'm only an initiate), the Order of Bards
Ovates and Druids is not organized into gorsedds. I believe groups like
the Ancient Order of Druids have such a structure. In OBOD we have groves
and seedgroups. At present, I am a solitary practicer.
They way I've played with Kemran dialect is to make margin notes in
Andrew's Brithenig reference materials. I haven't given the dialect a
name, but if the country is Kemr New, Kemran New seems appropriate.
Another interesting sideline to working with Brithenig is the development
of a Romano-Celtic ethnic identity. There are all the accoutrements of
civilization to contend with: religion, arts, musics, sports &c.
Tell me something about you, Padraic.