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Cyngor Sir Ynys Môn - Isle of Anglesey County Council

Welsh language policy and Welsh language standards


Welsh language standards and Welsh language policy

Isle of Anglesey County Council has adopted the principles that, in Wales, the Welsh language should be treated no less favourably than the English language and that persons in Wales should be able to live their lives through the medium of the Welsh language if they choose to do so. 

Our Welsh language policy sets out how we will implement these principles.

The Welsh Language Commissioner Council has set us a range of range of standards that we must meet in order to provide quality Welsh language services. The Welsh language policy also explains how we intend to comply with these standards.

The Welsh language policy, and the Welsh language standards that apply to this council, are available to download on this page.

Complaints relating to the Welsh language

If you wish to make a complaint relating to the council’s compliance with Welsh language standards or a failure on the council’s part to provide a bilingual service, please use our concerns and complaints procedure.

You also have the right to refer any complaints about the Council’s compliance with Welsh language standards directly to the Welsh Language Commissioner.

Archive: Annual reports on Welsh language standards

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