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Autumn 2021 Newsletter







After more than 20 years on Elwick Road, we celebrated during 2021 with the move to the prestigious surroundings of Ashford’s Old Court. Burravoe Translations was founded in 1965 as a specialist legal translation agency and so it was highly appropriate that we return to a space within a historically legal setting and next door to the police station! Located in the town centre and still just a 5-minute walk from Ashford

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November 1, 2021

Winter 2019/20 Newsletter


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Burravoe Translations (Part of The Inkerman Group) Winter 2019/20 Edition

Thanks for reading our Winter 2019/2020 newsletter!  We wish you a happy and successful New Year!


Linguistic change or crisis..?

As the environment and global climatic conditions took centre stage in 2019, it is seen as no coincidence by some that those places on earth with the greatest threat to biodiversity are also some of those with the greatest threat to linguistic diversity. Take the more than

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January 21, 2020

Autumn 2018 Newsletter


Burravoe Translations Autumn 2018 Newsletter


Record-breaking temperatures across the UK and Germany gave Burravoe a wonderful summer and helps us launch into the new school term with gusto. We hope you enjoy the latest edition of the Burravoe newsletter.

Shaping the CWGC

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission recently celebrated its 100 year anniversary.  Burravoe was delighted to be involved in helping to shape their presence over next 100 years earlier this year by translating questionnaires for stakeholders all over the world. Besides the official languages

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September 24, 2018

Brexit translation fails

Anyone for a ‘virtuous Brexit’?

While far from a comical Chinese menu translation, the language used in the various versions of the ‘Weisse Papier’ presented by the government has drawn scorn from politicians and social media users across Europe


August 31, 2018

Africa Day

Africa Day might have passed largely unnoticed outside the continent on 25 May but African identity and ‘translation frustration’ are examined in

Given that language somewhat shapes your identity, is there always going to be something ‘lost in translation’ when the main function is to communicate?

August 31, 2018

Translation in employment law

Where global entities wish to issue edicts to staff around the world, some may not realise that their communications may hold no legal weight whatsoever.  One such enterprise, an employment law firm headquartered in San Francisco, has examined some of the issues regarding ‘internal’ translations at

August 7, 2017

Samurai secrets translated into English

Samurai secrets from centuries ago have finally been revealed in English according to   Although the warrior class has long since disappeared, the code of honour still perpetuates romantic myths to this day.

June 27, 2017

The best-paying languages due to Brexit?

Research from a recruitment company suggests an increased demand for non-European languages in business over the last year.  Can UK-based Language Service Providers glean that they may also follow this trend where there are shortages in the Brexit labour market?

June 22, 2017

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