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Saturday, 13th February, 2016

Protect The Language . . .

     . . . protect our history.   Because, if we do not know about our past, we cannot understand our present and plan for our future. 477 more words

Welsh Affairs

taking home education out of the equation in Dylan Seabridge case

What does it look like if you take home education out of the equation in the Dylan Seabridge case?

Were members of the children’s workforce in Pembrokeshire hampered by… 1,742 more words

Llandysul Library - Where are we?

****UPDATE on 20/01/16*****

There’s a special meeting of the Special Corporate Resources Overview and Scrutiny
 at 9.30am on Friday the 22/1/16.

Come along to support Llandysul library and listen to the discussion in the Council chamber at Ceredigion County Offices, Penmorfa, Aberaeron,  1,245 more words



Lemons – Aberystwyth, Wales, January 11th

What’s with the Lemons? How was my exam today? Why so many questions?

What’s with the Lemons?
Well like everybody else this time of the year, I’m making some attempt to be “healthy”. 133 more words


Caerwedros - success after the flames

On New Year’s Day 2007, Caerwedros Memorial Hall was struck by lightning and the hall burnt to the ground. Today, however, thanks to funding from the Big Lottery Fund and others, Caerwedros has a brand new Memorial Hall which is a hive of activity, as the Secretary of the Hall, Gareth Ioan, now explains. 486 more words


A vital lifeline

I have objected to British Telecom’s plan to decommission and remove the isolated telephone box at Nantymaen in the Cambrian Mountains in Ceredigion.

This is at grid reference SN762577, at the junction of the Tregaron-Abergwesyn road and the Camddwr valley road.   273 more words


Dead minke whale washes up on Ynyslas beach, Ceredigion (Wales, UK)

December 26th, 2015. Christmas Day beach walkers in mid Wales had a surprise when they stumbled across a dead whale that had been washed up. 79 more words

Endangered Biodiversity