Creative Scotland have published a new booklet about the languages of Scotland.
“Gaelic and Scots are the indigenous languages of Scotland. They are protected under the European Charter for Regional or Minority Languages, and Gaelic has official status as a ‘national language’ of Scotland under the Gaelic Language Act (2005). Both languages are part of our history and culture with rich oral traditions still very much alive in song, drama and storytelling. The literature of both languages dates back hundreds of years, and today talented writers are producing excellent new books for adults and children.”
Please download a copy.