From Birmingham to Llanbedrog

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Discussion on inward migration and linguistic change in the Welsh speaking areas of Wales.

Discussion on inward migration into the Welsh speaking areas of Wales with a family of incomers from Birmingham giving their reasons for moving to Llanbedrog in Llyn. Seimon Glyn, a local councillor who had previously attacked such migration defends his views.
From: Week In Week Out What Simon Said
First Broadcast : 20 February 2001

Teachers' notes

Age Group : 11-14,14-16

Subject : Geography

Topic : Economic activity, Settlements

Keywords : Incomers, Inward migration, Sociolinguistics, Politics, History of the Welsh language,

Notes : Can use clip as part of a debate into the issue of inward migration, looking at advantages and disadvantages.


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