VisitScotland publishes Gaelic language plan

Tourism organisation VisitScotland has published its first Gaelic language plan.

The document sets out the agency's commitment for the next three years to ensuring Gaelic has a "strong and sustainable future".

VisitScotland said it would promote the language across Scotland through its signage, in its work with the public and by using it on its website.

The plan was drawn up after public consultation on a draft document.

Historic Scotland has also launched a Gaelic language plan. It sets out commitments for the next five years.

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