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Many Welsh town are twinned with towns in Brittany. Twinning is part of civil society, providing opportunities for international friendship and cultural exchange. Welsh-Breton connections especially celebrate shared Celtic heritage. But, with challenges from budget holidays to Brexit, will town twinning stay relevant, or be relegated to the past?
|Type||Public research report|
|Publication status||Published - 01 Feb 2020|
- Town twinning
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WISERD/ CivilSociety: Devolution, Social and Economic Change and the Local and Regional Landscapes of Civil Sociey - WISERD 2
Economic and Social Research Council
01 Oct 2014 → 30 Sept 2019
Project: Externally funded research