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Last chance to comment on the Highland Council’s Gaelic Language Plan

By SPP Reporter

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MEMBERS of the public have until Wednesday evening to give their views on the Highland Council’s second draft Gaelic Language Plan.

The document looks at how the local authority promotes and ensures the future growth of Gaelic education, language and culture.

It is broken down into six themes – education, the community, the workplace, the arts, media and heritage, and economic development.

Public consultation meetings took place throughout October and early November, including one in Thurso High School.

The draft plan is expected to go before the council in March

Comments can be made online at www.highland.gov.uk/livinghere/gaelic/gaeliclanguageplan/, by e-mail to gaelic@highland.gov.uk, or write to Gaelic development manager, the Highland Council, Town House, Inverness IV1 1JJ.

The deadline for comments is 5pm

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