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  • Feb 23, 2012
  • 08:25 PM

Wrexham chosen as bilingual town to promote Welsh language

BBC News
Wrexham has become the first location in Wales chosen to be a "bilingual town" in a scheme to promote the use of the Welsh language. The project, drawn up by the Welsh government and Welsh Language Board, hopes to encourage more people to use Welsh in everyday life in the town.

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