Bilingual Service Provision

Your organisation can benefit from working bilingually:

  • To promote equality and be recognised as an example of good practice
  • To increase your public profile
  • To expand financial and practical support for your work
  • To strengthen your appeal to bilingual volunteers and staff
  • To offer Welsh speakers more effective services and better quality activities

There is help and support available at:

Welsh Language Commissioner’s new service for third sector and private sector organisations.


Menter Iaith Conwy

Mentrau Iaith (Language Initiatives) are local groups or organisations which offer help for communities to increase and expand their use of the Welsh Language. A Menter Iaith usually works in one county, and reflects local people’s eagerness to make more use of the language.

Contact: Teleri Hughes (Administration Officer)

Y Sgwâr, Llanrwst. LL26 0LD

Tel: (01492) 642357

Email: post@cyfieithucymunedol.org


Estyn Llaw

This is a scheme that operates specifically in the voluntary and community sector in order to promote good practice and develop bilingualism.


Ffordd William Morgan, Parc Busnes Llanelwy,Llanelwy  LL17 0JE

Tel: (01745) 585210

Welsh Language Board

The Welsh Language Board is a statutory organisation, sponsored by the Welsh Assembly Government. The Board’s main aim is to make it easier for everyone to use Welsh in all walks of life, to increase people’s confidence in their ability to use the language, to encourage more people to speak, read or write it in new situations, and to pass on the language to their children.  www.byig-wlb.org.uk