An article in the Guardian maps out the languages other than English based on Census information:
"The map conveys the central points of every small census area known as output areas with each colour denoting the most frequent 'mainly spoken language excluding English' based on data collected by the 2011 Census. Output areas generally represent about 300 people or 125 households.
"What is your main language?" was one of the questions asked by the 2011 Census in England and Wales and the results published by the Office for National Statistic (ONS) earlier this year included data on almost 100 verbally spoken languages with 4.1m people reporting a main language other than English (or Welsh if they lived in Wales).
Minority languages native to the British Isles including variants of Gaelic, Cornish and Welsh (if the survey was not conducted in Wales) are still clinging on to dominance in rural areas across England and Wales."
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