Gaelic Translation Services

Are you looking for a Gaelic translation services provider for your Gaelic translation needs? With over ten years’ experience as translator for Irish, Scottish and Manx , Wolfestone is well equipped to help you with your Gaelic language translations.


All our Gaelic speaking translators and interpreters are experienced and where relevant, have sector specific academic qualifications.

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Types of translation

We offer our Gaelic translation services for legal documents, websites, financial reports and a lot more. Click on the icons if you want to find out more about the types of translations we support.

Why choose Wolfestone as your Gaelic translation services provider?

For organisations ranging from SMEs to governmental, Wolfestone undertakes hundreds of Gaelic translation projects every year.  Clients choose Wolfestone because of the quality and service, and many of our clients have been partners for many years.

With experience in Gaelic document translation, Gaelic interpreting and Gaelic localisation, Wolfestone is well placed to help you achieve your business and communication objectives.

About Gaelic

The three Gaelic languages are Irish, Scottish and Manx which are spoken across Ireland, Scotland and the Isle of Mann respectively.

Around 74,000 people speak Irish Gaelic as a first language, and another million people speak it as a second language in Ireland. In the Republic of Ireland, it has become a compulsory subject in government-funded schools and in a recent development, Irish is often the medium of instruction in schools.

According to the last census almost 60,000 people in Scotland speak Scottish Gaelic. It is a recognised language in Scotland although it not counted as an official one. It is thought that there a still Scottish Gaelic, or rather Canadian Gaelic speakers today in Nova Scotia.

Manx is an official of the Isle of Man. With the attempts to revive the Manx language have come increased road signage, radio broadcasts and even a bilingual school. Manx remains an important part of the heritage of the Isle of Man today.

Contact us for more information on our Gaelic language services.

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