Cornish branches of UK supermarket operator Asda will shortly display signs in Cornish.

“Welcome to Asda” translates as “Dynnargh dhe Asda” and “Always happy to help” becomes “Lowen pup-prys dhe weres”. Signs for “derivadow” mean “information,” reports the Associated Press. The signs have been introduced in response to popular demand.

There remain just 400 fluent speakers of Cornish in Cornwall, although several thousand can speak conversational Cornish.

Asda has already started displaying signs in Welsh in Asda stores in Wales, as well as signs in Urdu and Punjabi at stores in northern England were many shoppers are of south Asian origin.