11:19am Wednesday 23rd April 2014
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Launched on Saturdayat the Shire Hall, the new community project to create a seaquilt was announced by Lisa Hellier, the community artist and map maker whose inspiration brought together the Aberteifi Cardigan. ‘The seaquilt is a project to create something with given fabric, and as always the materials dictate the final effect,’ said Lisa. ‘With a generous quantity of fabrics in shades of blue and green having been donated, it became easy to imagine a quilt which would define the role of the town in relation to its greater neighbour – the sea.’ The final effect is intended to show shipping lines through generations, setting out and returning to the West Coast of Wales, and primarily Aberteifi.
11:52am Sunday 20th April 2014
Ysgol y Preseli pupil and Viking Explorer Scout Rhodri Maiden will form part of a contingent of Queen’s Scouts performing a Guard of Honour at Windsor Castle at the St George’s Day parade when the Queen and the Royal party return after the service.
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They have clocked up countless runs and have a combined age higher than a record innings, but this could be the last season the Wales Over 60s Cricket Team takes to the crease, as new health and safety requirements come into play.
11:21am Wednesday 16th April 2014
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10:57am Wednesday 16th April 2014
Senior officials from the Prospect union will leaflet QinetiQ employees arriving for work at the Aberporth site tomorrow morning (Thursday 17 April) as part of a UK-wide campaign to win back union recognition within the defence technology company.
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4:49pm Sunday 13th April 2014
On Palm Sunday, members of the Crymych Group of Churches were led by a donkey named Snowball from the centre of Llanfyrnach village to its Church, to commemorate Jesus’ ride into Jerusalem on a donkey. Welsh bagpipes, a mandolin and a ukulele accompanied the hymn singing, as did Snowball for a short while! The children delivered palm crosses to onlookers and through village letter boxes, and the Eucharist was celebrated on arrival at St. Brynach’s Church by the Vicar, Revd. Jonathan Copus.
4:11pm Friday 11th April 2014
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2:54pm Thursday 10th April 2014
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12:51pm Thursday 10th April 2014
CeredigionMP, Mark Williams, on a recent Welsh Affairs Select Committee visit to Patagonia, met with Mayor of Trevelin, Juan Carlos Garitano. Trevelin is a town in Patagonia which is twinned with Cardigan in Ceredigion.
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The new shareoffer to develop a community run cafe at Canolfan Hermon near Crymych has got off to a fantastic start with over £8,000 received in shares within one week. The share offer was launched on Friday the 4th of April and local people were given a full explanation of how the shareoffer is registered with the HMRC Seedcorn Enterprise investment Scheme. This scheme known as SEIS allows UK tax payers to revive 50% of their share investment back as a tax relief scheme. The organiser of the scheme in Hermon - Cris Tomos explained further " The trustees of Canolfan Hermon wished to develop the community cafe idea to offer new jobs and to have regular catering and hospitality training courses. There is a need to raise a minimum of £20,000 to develop the ideas and kit out the cafe area. The SEIS share investment scheme is a great way for people to invest in their community and to also have 50% tax relief" Cris added " In rural West Wales we need to see money retained and within our local economy to boost jobs and training people in new skills"
11:14am Thursday 10th April 2014