The latest report on the 2011 national census shows that Polish is now England's second language.
Here in the East, it's the main language for sixty thousand people - that's more than those speaking Punjabi or Urdu.
Immigration from Eastern Europe over the past decade has seen Polish communities spring up across the East, with the biggest being in Luton and Peterborough. It's from there that Elodie Harper reports.
The first results from the 2011 census are due to be announced today.
The figures released today will just show the general details, including population per region, the age demographic, and whether they're male or female.
The rest of the information will be released over the coming months.