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Cambridge: Welsh Signs At Asda
Customers at a Cambridge supermarket are being invited to brush up on their Welsh language skills.
Signs containing both English and Welsh phrases, indicating where food is, have been put up at the Asda store at the Beehive Shopping Centre.
It's because of a shortage of point of sale signs.
Asda says it has had an issue with stock from its printers.
Due to this, the correct English-only signs for the store have not been delivered.
So, rather than having no signs up to help customers navigate around the shop, the supermarket chain has elected to use what it has available.
An Asda spokesperson said: "The signs that are up in our stores at the moment are a temporary measure whilst we get the correct ones ready for the store.
In the mean time we invite all customers to have a go at brushing up on their welsh."
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