Weren't there celts in the majority of the UK, including England, until the Romans came and they concentrated themselves into what became the celtic nations?
Some of you have had some really great responses to the last question that I answered and I really want to reblog them, but I’ve been working off my phone for a few days and I am afraid that they will reblog as links.
The six Celtic Nations as recognized by the Celtic League:
Galicia, the autonomous region of Spain, has a Celtic history as well, although it is not widely recognized.
Cornwall (shown above in yellow) is in southwest England.