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Draft South Ayrshire Gaelic Language Plan 2014-17

The Council is developing its first Gaelic Language Plan in line with the requirements of the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005, outlining how we will promote and use Gaelic throughout the area in conjunction with Bòrd na Gàidhlig (the Gaelic Board).

We recognise the importance of Gaelic to our national culture and heritage and welcome the opportunity to raise awareness and help secure, promote and develop the Gaelic language, heritage and culture for our current and future generations.

Our draft South Ayrshire Gaelic Language Plan 2014-17 sets out how we will take forward our work to support the objectives of the National Plan for Gaelic over the next three years, ensuring our communities, stakeholders and partners can recognise our progress to promote and use Gaelic.

Our motto is ‘Ne’er forget the People’ and this includes the needs of Gaelic-speaking residents and visitors, and creating opportunities for those who are interested in Gaelic, to use the language in their daily lives.

Please read our draft South Ayrshire Gaelic Language Plan 2014-17.

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