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Elgar Consultancy provides a range of complementary services with a focus on equality and the Welsh language. We are a bilingual company and take an inclusive approach to all our work. 

For friendly, high quality consultancy services, focused on you and your stakeholders contact us. We do not charge for an initial consultation. 

We offer:

  • Organizational review to consider your bilingual identity and services

  • Practical advice on promoting the use of the Welsh language

  • Facilitation, engagement and consultation with organizations, staff and communities

  • Developing strategies and managing projects with diverse stakeholders

  • Research, evaluation and report writing

  • Training and advice on Equality, Welsh Language and Well-being Impact Assessments

  • Workshops and training on the implications of equality legislation for your organization

  • For training on project management for WCVA members  (in Welsh) please visit their website

  • For support on housing equality, please contact Tai Pawb where I am an Associate Member

What our clients say about us

'Llio a has a live interest in Welsh culture and extensive experience of working strategically in the field of language planning.  She is a creative person, full of expertise and enthusiasm and she is comfortable looking at work from different angles to find the most efficient way of completing the task.'

Manon Rees-O’Brien, Chief Executive Menter Caerdydd and Menter Iaith Bro Morgannwg

‘It has been an enjoyable experience to collaborate with Llio on the 'WiciMeithrin' project. She managed to steer the work in accordance with the brief and prompted us to think differently (for the better) at times. I would recommend Cwmni Elgar Consultancy as a conscientious company that delivers the work and excels in the task.’

Dr Gwenllian Lansdown Davies, Chief Executive Mudiad Meithrin

‘Llio’s training was engaging and well-prepared.  She significantly shifted the attitude of attendees which has led to material changes in the way we work.  We now have a Welsh language statement on our website, increased use of informal Welsh and have a clear approach to delivering bilingual and Welsh-medium training that we can use into the future.  More than that, staff now want to engage with the Welsh language.’

Pip Gwyn, Director, Insight HRC Ltd

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