Welsh Language Rights Day
Welsh Language Rights Day is held annually in December and marks the date on which the Welsh Language Measure was passed by Parliament. The Measure confirms the official status of the Welsh language, and establishes the principle that the Welsh language should not be treated less favourably than the English language in Wales.
The day is a fantastic opportunity to promote our Welsh language services, celebrate our language and your rights to use the Welsh language when dealing with us:
You have the right to:
- Write letters or e-mails to us in Welsh.
- Speak to us in Welsh on the telephone
- Receive Welsh language letters and emails from us
- View our Website in Welsh
- Use our social media accounts in Welsh
- Apply for jobs in Welsh
- Make complaints in Welsh
For more information on your rights and using the Welsh language, please visit:
If you want to learn Welsh, improve your language skills, raise your child bilingually or find out about Welsh and bilingual services in Neath Port Talbot, please visit our webpage:
More information on Welsh medium schools in Neath Port Talbot can be found here.