If you would like to have pages on our site translated into another language, please use one of the services below. Devon County Council is not able to vouch for the accuracy of any external website.
If you cannot communicate easily in English, you can still speak to us over the telephone. Devon County Council uses a confidential and free translation service called Language Line to help communicate with non English speaking customers.
Over 50 languages are spoken in Devon the most commonly used being:
- British Sign Language (BSL) - BSL Devon charter
To access the service, please go to a local social services office and point to your language on the Language Line poster in reception.
You will take part in a three way conversation with the translator and a member of our staff.
Your name and the details of the call will not be recorded.
A text translation and text to speech translation service is also available, alternatively, we may be able to put you in touch with a local translator.
More information on all Translation and Interpretation services.
If you have any suggestions on how we can improve accessibility or if you encounter any problems, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org