4:55pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014
Ceredigion’s Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams has raised concern in Parliament that despite the huge investment into the roll out of broadband infrastructure across the UK, many people are left in the dark about how to take-up this service.
4:03pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014
Cardigan Town and Rural wards now have new police officers as part of their Neighbourhood Policing Teams. PC Diana Boyt has joined the Cardigan Town team and PC Diane Williams has joined the Cardigan Rural Team, both will work alongside current officers to tackle community issues.
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2:07pm Tuesday 21st October 2014
Members of the Eco Council at Ysgol Gynradd Aberteifi visited Theatr Mwldan to take part in ECO activities organised by Jig-So Children’s Centre. Everybody had a wonderful morning learning about the local environment through art and craft activities. Thank you for the opportunity.
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A pupil from Ysgol Gyfun Emlyn has won third prize for his Design and Technology GCSE project. Daniel Thomas, from Hermon, invented an audible warning lamp, getting the idea from his work as a volunteer with Gwili Railway. He was presented with his prize at a ceremony in Cardiff by first minister Carwyn Jones.
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Following a very successful Carnival at Llandysul earlier in the summer a total amount of £2,400.00 was shared at the Pavillion in Llandysul when the eleven recipients attended, Dafydd Llywelyn representing Llandysul Aqua Club (centre left) received a £1,000 cheque from John and Susan Hughes Owen, Carnival Presidents.
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Ceredigion’s Welsh Liberal Democrat MP Mark Williams, has attended a meeting in Westminster, chaired by the Secretary of State for Wales and Preseli Pembs Stephen Crabb MP, to discuss gaining a cross-party agreement on delivering devolution settlement that works for people of Wales.
9:43am Thursday 16th October 2014
At Cardigan Soroptimists’ Charity Lunch at the Cliff Hotel on 12th October television screenwriter Lucy Gannon MBE captivated her audience when she spoke of her personal development in becoming a (now much sought after) full-time writer. Lucy’s interest in Spinal Injuries Association began when she wrote the script for BBC’S The Best of Men, the story of Sir Ludwig Guttman’s ground-breaking work at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
1:35pm Wednesday 15th October 2014
11:04am Wednesday 15th October 2014
The Vic North Cookery School is a finalist in the British Cookery Schools Awards, due to take place in London on Monday 17th November. The cookery school is based in Cardigan Bay and offers a wide range of inspiring residential and one day workshops. The school has a team of tutors and chefs with a wide range of experience and expertise both in the trade and as teachers and was established in 2013 by local baker and food entrepreneur, Vicky North.
10:33am Wednesday 15th October 2014
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Ceredigion’s AM Elin Jones has welcomed a statement by the Welsh First Minister, in which he expressed his support for the reopening of a rail link southwards from Aberystwyth through Tregaron and Lampeter.
9:44am Wednesday 15th October 2014
9:44am Wednesday 15th October 2014
Following representations from members of the local blind community, Preseli Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb has written to companies that provide local bus services, asking them to consider introducing audio-visual announcements on buses to help people with sight loss.
9:41am Wednesday 15th October 2014
A delicious home-cooked lunch in a warm, cosy environment surrounded by friendly faces and good conversation is top of the menu as St Mary’s Church gears up to host its first community lunch of the season.
2:36pm Monday 13th October 2014
West Wales Holiday Cottages was awarded bronze in the Best Customer Service Team category in the 2014 Pembrokeshire Tourism Awards on Thursday 9 October. The award was presented by 102.5 Radio Pembrokeshire, the category sponsors, at a ceremony at the Wolfscastle Country Hotel.
1:39pm Monday 13th October 2014
A pair of pistols once owned by Lieutenant Colonel John Colby (1751-1823) of the Pembrokeshire Militia and Governor of Haverfordwest Castle at the time of the last invasion of Britain, now known as the Battle of Fishguard, will be sold at Bonhams Antique Arms and Armour auction on November 26th.
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