Gaelic Place Names of Scotland
Posted onAinmnean-Àite na h-Alba is the new national body for Gaelic place-names in Scotland. They determine authoritative forms of Gaelic place-names and street signs throughtout Scotland for a variety of users.Their new website went live today to coincide with the projects launch at the Scottish Parliament. It features both a Gàelic and English language version which visitors can switch between at any time. These are both easily updated and maintained within one central admin system to allow consistency between the two versions.
More information - AAA - Gaelic Place Names
- New Tomatin Trading website. 30 October 2018
- Visit by Painted Dog Conservation UK. 16 October 2018
- Coupers Creek. 5 July 2018
- Gallery48, Cromarty - new Wordpress site. 5 July 2018
- Lethe Estate - new site launched. 8 March 2018
- Aberchalder & Glengarry Estates. 6 December 2017
- New Cromarty Pottery Wordpress website launched. 8 November 2017
- Befrienders Highland site launched. 3 October 2017
- Black Isle Local Larder site launched. 3 October 2017
- Google Chrome and SSL. 18 August 2017
We are very pleased with the way the website has worked out. We're getting lots of hits, and people seem to use it. Funders are also very pleased with it. All good news.