We reported the story of the controversy caused in Brittany by the attempt of Jean-Christophe and Lydia Bernard who wanted to register Frank their son with the registry in Quimper but because they used the Breton spelling Fañch and the letter ñ Is proscribed they ran in to difficulty.
We urged people throughout the Celtic countries to support the campaign t have his name registered. Eventually the authorities in Quimper backed down and allowed Frank to have his name spelled in the way it should be.
However the French authorities have not backed down as this circular from Culture Bretagne outlines:
Culture Bretagne are urging more support for the petition please take time to help.
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