Census 2011: Learners in Pontypool on their challenge

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The 2011 census has shown a fall in the number of Welsh speakers, down from 576,000 (21%) to 562,000 (19%).

A group of learners in Pontypool, Torfaen, who started Welsh classes in September, discuss why they decided to study the language.

'Crucial challenge' for language

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