Donegal County Council is to consider erecting large signage in Gaeltacht areas of the county in a bid to promote the Irish language.
It’s hoped that the move would make tourist more knowledgeable about the heritage of a specific area, while also inspiring residents to keep the language alive.
Proposals include a specially designed logo and motto followed by a consultation with various Gaeltacht communities.
Cllr. Micheal Cholm Mac Giolla Easbuig says everyone could benefit at a time when Gaeltacht identity is under threat:
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