Welsh Language Translation Service
Are you looking for a Welsh language translation service partner? Wolfestone has the know-how you’d expect from a company that is based in South Wales.
As a professional Welsh language translation service provider we have a vast level of experience. We translate documents, record voiceovers and provide interpreters from English into Welsh and Welsh into English for a variety of sectors.
All our Welsh speaking translators and interpreters are carefully vetted native speakers. They have at least four years experience in translation and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications. Our linguists can cover every dialect which is spoken across the 22 Welsh counties. However, the two main dialects are the North Walian and South Walian forms.
Why choose Wolfestone as your Welsh language translation service provider?
Our location in Swansea, Wales’s second largest city and the cultural and business hub of the South West, guarantees that we keep pace with the developments of the Welsh language. We’re helping various public bodies implementing the two-language-policy of the Welsh Language Scheme. The Scheme confirms the official status of the Welsh language.
“I am very grateful to the team for the work they’ve undertaken and would highly recommend Wolfestone. They have provided a very professional service throughout the process, completing some very complex translation work quickly and without hassle.”
Clients like the Welsh Assembly Government and local universities choose us as their Welsh language translation service provider. Many of our clients have been our partners for several years. Senior staff from Wolfestone regularly lecture at the Universities on the business, project management and entrepreneurial skills that graduates will need when they leave university and enter the commercial world.
The population of Wales (Welsh: Cymru) is approximately 3.1 million and the total area is 8,023 sq miles. According to the 2011 Census for language data, 23.3 % of the population aged 3 and over born in Wales were able to speak Welsh. Of those not born in Wales, 8.0 % were able to speak Welsh. The highest percentage of Welsh speakers were in the following places: Ceredigion, Gwynedd, Isle of Anglesey and Carmarthenshire.
The Welsh economy has experienced a difficult time, but the government is working towards improving the economy. Welsh ministers said they had helped create and safeguard more than 17,000 jobs over the most previous 12 months.
Economy Secretary Ken Skates stated that: ‘2015/16 was the second best on record for inward investment, with 96 new projects for Wales.’