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On this day:

  • Support needed for youth club project

    A local village hall is calling for support for an ambitious project to give young people in the community a place of their own. read more

  • Charity coffee morning

    The Daffodil, Penrhiwllan, is holding a coffee morning with all proceeds going towards MacMillan this Friday, 10am to 11.30am. read more

  • Couple publish local history books

    Beryl and Idris Mathias of Cardigan have done something many people in their 80s dream of but never do—they both have just published books. Although the two books are very different, the authors had a similar goal: to preserve aspects of local history. read more

  • Playground improvements

    Newcastle Emlyn play ground is set to benefit from a revamp, thanks to the generosity of a local organisation. read more

  • AM raises Cardi Bach service with Transport Minister

    Elin Jones, Ceredigion’s Plaid Cymru AM, has voiced the concerns of communities in south Ceredigion at the potential loss of the ‘Cardi Bach’ bus service. read more

  • The status quo isn’t an option, says AM

    Chance for Wales to play an active part in forging a fairer settlement in the wake of Scotland vote read more

  • Quaker summer picnic

    The four Quaker meetings of south west Wales: Cardigan, Narberth, Milford Haven and St David’s, met together for a late summer picnic after meeting for worship at the Quaker burial ground near Sutton Haverfordwest, Known both as Sutton or Lambston Friend’s Burial Ground. read more

  • New PCSO for Newcastle Emlyn

    A new PCSO will soon be patrolling the streets of Newcastle Emlyn. read more

  • Properties damaged

    Damage was caused to a number of properties in Cardigan between 6pm on Monday, September 15 and 8am the following day. read more

  • Cyclists charity ride for Bobath

    Emlyn Friends Of Bobath organised a sponsored cycle ride earlier this summer. The route took 13 local cyclists, 90 challenging miles from Newcastle Emlyn to the Bobath Children's Therapy Centre Wales in Whitchurch Cardiff. Emlyn Friends Of Bobath would like to thank everyone who took part in the event, which has raised £3,076 to date. Also to Dyfed Alarms, West Wales Gas (Llandysul), Llandysul Paddlers, Castle Motors, Tregroes Waffles, Emlyn Car Valeting & Mike The Biz for kindly sponsoring the event. read more

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