Language Protesters dump "write-off" car at government stand

During a demonstration outside the Welsh Government stand at the Eisteddfod in Meifod on Friday 7th August, members of Cymdeithas yr Iaith have dumped an old car at the entrance to the stand with the words "Cymraeg Ail Iaith" ("Welsh as a second language") painted on it.  read more

English-only railway sign protest: Where is the Welsh language in our Capital?

Local Welsh language campaigners demonstrated outside Cardiff Queen Street Station today to demand that Network Rail remove the English-only sign on the building.   read more

Language Task Group's decision welcomed

Cymdeithas yr Iaith has welcomed the fact that a framework for the Powys' Welsh language Task Group's work has been agreed to saying it is a positive development that needs building on. Elwyn Vaughan, a local campaigner said: “Cymdeithas yr Iaith has been present at the initial meetings of the Working Group and have taken the opportunity to be part of a process of making positive changes in terms of the Welsh language and communities in Powys. read more

Changes to education in Pembrokeshire

In light of Pembrokeshire County Council's decission yesterday to accept recommendations regarding changes to education in the north and south west of the county, Bethan Wiilliams, area officer of Dyfed for Cymdeithas yr Iaith said: read more

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