Dyfodol i’r Iaith has written to Isle of Anglesey County Council to congratulate the Council on it’s decision to adopt the Welsh language as it’s language of administration. Encouraging Welsh speaking workforces has been one of the the policy priorities for Dyfodol i’r Iaith.
Heini Gruffudd, Chair of Dyfodol i’r Iaith, said: “Adopting the Welsh language as the natural language of the workplace is an essential step in ensuring a prosperous future for the language. We are praising the County for this progressive action .
“With Gwynedd having already adopted this policy, we look forward to seeing Welsh becoming the main language of administration for the counties of the west, from Anglesey to Carmarthen. This will transform the prospects of the Welsh language in these counties.”
“We are confident that the Government will be willing to invest extensively in the language training demands that will underpin the success of this change.”