Could Anglesey newcomers hold key to stopping decline of Welsh language?

Could Anglesey newcomers hold key to stopping decline of Welsh language?
 

Newcomers to Anglesey could be the secret to reversing the decline of the Welsh language as new measures to boost the language are rubber-stamped.
The county council has set a target of increasing the percentage of Welsh speakers from 57% to just over 60% by 2021 following a decline in recent years.
Among the proposals by the Language Strategic Forum to be given the green light at a full council meeting today, were welcome packs for island newcomers, outlining the local culture and benefits of learning the language.
Packs will also be handed to businesses thinking of investing on the... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Regional North West , Views: 38
Source: Daily Post
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