Last modified on 22 January 2013, at 16:04


Return to "Wales" page.

NB There are some areas of Wales where English is not universally spoken. In Anglesey, (Ynys Mon) for example, thatere are areas where some of the more elderly inhabitants do not speak English at all (or at least speak it with difficulty). In addition, I think that some attention needs to be given to the alphabet. DD, TH, CH, LL, FF are all regarded as 'letters' in a Welsh Dictionary. Also shouldn't this have some Welshe names in here: Cymru at least, and Caerdydd should have Welsh variants. Finally there should be some reference to Mae hen wlad fy nhaddau. --CatWatcher 20:05, 16 April 2007 (EDT)

Cleaned up the language section for greater accuracy and clarity- Cymro 14:29, 12 August 2008 (EDT)

This page has many statements that are untrue in regards to sport. Soccer is not the most popular sport in Wales, Rugby is the most popular sport by far, Soccer is more popular in North Wales but North Wales only has a very small population. Also Ice Hockey and American Football are probably not worth mentioning, although these sports do exist in Wales they don't have a large following and certainly shouldn't be described as being "popular"unsigned by Steveyt0

No problem, how about directly editing it yourself? That's easier than criticizing it.--Andy Schlafly 16:04, 22 January 2013 (EST)