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New businesses increasing their usage of Gaelic

Two new companies are recognising the advantages of using bilingual signs in their day to day activities. The Corran Inn and internet services company Echoraith are using the practical pack of signs designed by Comunn na Gàidhlig (CnaG).

Echoraith will be using the signs in Dunollie Halls in the centre of Oban and it is expected that their use will further enhance the image of the company.

Andy Ross: Owner of the Corran InnThe Corran Inn, recently changing it's names from "The Nether Lochaber Hotel", will be using the signs internally and also externally where thousands of tourists and local people alike will see the signs close to the Corran Ferry.

Echoraith and The Corran Inn received support with translation, practical signs packs and financial assistance from CnaG's initiatives.

We wish both of these new companies every success in the future.

For further information about these initiatives: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Inverness

Comunn na Gàidhlig

5 Mitchell's Lane

Inverness

IV2 3HQ

Scotland

01463 234138

oifis@cnag.org

 

 

Stornoway

Comunn na Gàidhlig

An Tosgan

54a Rathad Shìphort

Stornoway

Isle of Lewis

HS1 2SD

Scotland

01851 701802

oifis@cnag.org

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