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Welsh Language Standards

The Council’s Welsh Language Scheme was replaced on 30 March 2016 with Welsh Language Standards. These are being introduced as part of the Welsh Language (Wales) Measure 2011 with the purpose of setting a consistent level of service that Welsh speakers can expect to receive in Wales. The standards were drafted with the aim of:

The Measure also saw the creation of the Welsh Language Commissioner whose role is to promote and facilitate use of the Welsh language. There are two principles that underpin the Commissioner’s work:

  1. In Wales, the Welsh language should be treated no less favourably than the English language.
  2. Persons in Wales should be able to live their lives through the medium of the Welsh language if they choose to do so.

A list of all of the Standards that the Council is required to comply with can be seen here:

Compliance with Welsh Language Standards

The Council is committed to ensuring that it complies with the Welsh Language Standards outlined in its Final Compliance Notice. This is a summary of what the Council has committed to undertake in order to comply with the Standards and provide equal opportunities for its customers to communicate with us in either Welsh or English.

Welsh Language - Did we get something wrong?

At Wrexham Council, we are committed to providing the best possible service. However, we understand there may be times when we do not meet your expectations or you may notice some errors that we have made regarding the Welsh Language.

If this is the case, we want to hear from you! You can report any potential failure of the Council to comply with the Welsh Language Standards by contacting the Welsh Language Coordinator at cymraeg@wrexham.gov.uk or by calling 01978 297180. 

We will fully consider your report and let you know what will be done to address the matter.