The Museum has several guides in foreign languages for visitors to use. We now have a guide in Polish. Łukasz Walkusz, who does work experience with us each Thursday from Annan Academy, writes…
“I believe that Polish is a important language to have at this Museum because Polish is the number one most spoken immigrant language in Britain and has become the most spoken language after English in England and Wales also it is about the same amount as Welsh speakers in the country. In the local area of the museum Polish speakers are very common so it will be helpful that Polish speakers with difficulty with English to have Polish as an option as a guide to the Museum. Polish has more of a right of having a guide than German, French and Spanish because of the amount of speakers in Britain.”
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