Historic sites spread word about Gaelic
Gaelic was given a major boost yesterday when Historic Scotland’s plan to promote the language across the country was approved.
The agency’s five-year Gaelic Language Plan was accepted by Bord na Gaidhlig, the government body responsible for supporting Gaelic in Scotland.
The plan will include bilingual signs at some of their properties, including Fort George, which was built near Inverness to help keep an eye on any Gaels planning another Jacobite uprising.
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