My wife is Welsh and a welsh speaker . When we visit her family in Wales you hear Welsh being spoken as you walk about , so in Wales I totally agree with Welsh and English signs .Not just the fuzz, Ambulance service all local authority vans in North Ayrshire splattered with it as well as train station signage. Pretty ironic as down here its auld Scots we spoke but that just gets ignored as doesn't fit the mantra even a local school has been designated a gaelic hubsite which the LA has to provide from their budget nice to see the administration has its priorities in the right order.
I have lived in the highlands for over forty years working north to Thurso the west coast and Skye. Gaelic is not something you hear being spoken on the mainland . There is probably and argument that the signs should also be in Polish Urdu or Doric.
But it makes the tourists feel they are in a foreign country …. just not helpful when trying to negotiate a roundabout and you are a tourist
I know an English man living in Scotland married to a Welsh woman and who served in a Scottish regiment