EAST Dunbartonshire Council is looking for feedback from people on its draft gaelic language plan.
The document it has put together contains an action plan for the delivery of the language over the next three years and is available on the council’s website for comment until noon Thursday March 28.
The Plan has been produced in accordance with the requirements of the Gaelic Language (Scotland) Act 2005 and demonstrates the Council’s commitment to promote it.
At the end of the six week consultation period, a report will be prepared for councillors, then a final draft of the plan will be submitted to the Gaelic Board (Bord na Gaidhlig).
To read the plan and comment on it, click on the ‘consultations’ link at www.esatdunbarton.gov.uk.