Welcome booklet for new county residents
A welcome booklet has been created for those who have returned to live or moved to Carmarthenshire.
The pack explains about the county and the Welsh language.
It also includes information about the benefits of being bilingual as well as listing different Welsh enterprises and organisations in the county and identifies places to shop and socialise where you can embrace the language.
The packs will be given out to those who register for council tax; new council tenants; new university, health board, police and council staff in the county as well as being piloted with an estate agent and social housing providers.
You can also pick up hardcopies of the welcome pack at County Hall.
Carmarthenshire County Council’s executive board member for the Welsh language, Cllr Peter Hughes Griffiths said: “We’ve created this handy pack especially for people who have recently moved to Carmarthenshire. It offers information about the county, the Welsh language as well as information on the benefits and how to enjoy living bilingually in our county.”