Letter: Viewpoints - Well done to NHS for finally going bilingual.Byline: Sian Lewis
HAVING read both articles published in the Echo with regards to the appointment of a Welsh Language Welsh language, member of the Brythonic group of the Celtic subfamily of the Indo-European family of languages. See Celtic languages.
Celtic language of Wales. Officer for Cardiff and the Vale NHS Trust National Health Service Trusts (NHS Trusts) provide many services of the National Health Service in England and Wales. They are not trusts in the legal sense but are in effect public sector corporations. , I would like to comment.
I would firstly wish to congratulate the NHS NHS
National Health Service
NHS (in Britain) National Health Service in Wales for seeing the light of day and appointing Welsh Language Officers across Wales to strengthen the provision of bilingual services for Welsh-speaking patients.
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Spending between pounds 23,000 to pounds 31,000 per year on appointing a Welsh Language Officer will not make much difference to the shortage of beds, a cure for cancer or the long waiting lists for operations!
Why do people suggest it? Why do some elements of Welsh society seem desperate to humiliate their own culture?
Believe it or not, most non-Welsh speakers have far more respect for Welsh people prepared to fight for their language than those happy to see their own culture trampled underfoot.
The Welsh language is not only surviving because of legislation (has Gerald Wilson been living on the moon)? There has been huge growth within the Welsh Language in Cardiff over the past 10 years and more than half a million people speak the language in Wales.
Sian Lewis, Velindre Rd, Whitchurch, Cardiff