On Wednesday 7 December, public organisations in Wales will be holding a one day campaign to raise awareness of the public’s rights to use the Welsh language.
The Welsh Language Commissioner is responsible for coordinating the day. Dozens of public organisations across Wales will also join in the celebrations by promoting their Welsh language services on the day.
Welsh language standards have created the rights, and 124 public organisations in Wales are operating these standards: from county councils, to health boards, the emergency services, colleges and universities, and national organisations in Wales.
Lead member for Environment and Welsh Language Champion Cllr Hugh Jones, said: “Having a Welsh language rights day provides a great platform for us as a council to inform and remind our residents that we welcome and encourage the use of Welsh when communicating with us.”
You can support the campaign on social media by following #MaeGenIHawl
When it comes to the cost of living, making sure you claim all the help and support you’re entitled to could make a huge difference.