• Council considers community asset transfer

    PARKS, playgrounds and playing fields could be given up by Carmarthenshire Council in the drive to support efficiency savings of at least £31-million over the next three years.The alternative is to more than double the majority of charges to clubs

  • World class music at Mwldan

    A FEAST of world-class music is coming to Theatr Mwldan on October 28.Two international bands, hand-picked from prestigious international showcases appearing at WOMEX 2013 in Cardiff, make a special stage appearance in Cardigan as part of the Wales-wide

  • MP visits local winery

    LOCAL MP Mark Williams visited Celtic Country Wines near Newcastle Emlyn recently to hear more about the business first hand.The winery has become a firm part of Ceredigion’s thriving local food and drink sector.Mr Williams said: "It was great

  • Locals urged to have their say on Growth Zones

    AN independent Task and Finish Group, exploring how Local Growth Zones could bring jobs and economic benefits to the Teifi Valley, is calling for evidence from interested parties.Mid and West Wales AM Rebecca Evans, who welcomed the launch of the Growth

  • 1940s night fundraiser

    A CHARITY 1940s night is being held in aid of Wales Air Ambulance on November 7 at Cardigan Rugby Club at 7pm.Come and experience a real 1940's evening, and bring your gas mask and ration book! By kind permission of Cardigan Rugby Club, Wales Air

  • Macmillian coffee morning

    A COFFEE morning and cake baking competition was held at Blaendyffryn Nursing Home at the end of September.Arcade Llandysul kindly donated a cup and saucer for the winner of the cake competition, and a total of £120 was raised for the Macmillian

  • Anti-mobile phone driving campaign

    POLICE forces in Wales have launched the annual All-Wales Anti-Mobile Phone Driving Campaign.Despite the law change in February 2007 where using a mobile phone while driving can result in three penalty points and a £100 fine, drivers in Wales are

  • Before Midnight

    Theatr Mwldan Film Society presents ‘Before Midnight’ (15) on October 20, 6pm.Richard Linklater’s third instalment, following Before Sunrise and Before Sunset, in his ongoing character study of American Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and French

  • Ralph McTell: One More For The Road

    ONE of the great storytellers, Ralph McTell, is celebrating more than 40 years on the road. Tickets are in very high demand for his performance at Theatr Mwldan, Cardigan on October 25 at 8pm.Known for his virtuoso guitar style, he is primarily a prolific

  • Wyneb Dros Dro

    The 3D Theatre Company will bring their original Welsh language play Wyneb Dros Dro toTheatr Mwldan, Cardigan, on October 24, 7.30pm.Cardiff based 3D Theatre Company will be embarking on its first national tour of Wales to celebrate its 10th birthday.This

  • New socks and shorts

    Einsley & Angela Harries of EH Factors, Penrhiwllan presenting Clwb Rygbi Crymych 1st XV Captain Elgan Vittle on behalf of the team with new shorts and socks for the season.

  • Local singer is Welsh Artist of the Week

    NEWPORT based singer-songwriter Lowri Evans has been announced as BBC Radio Wales’ Welsh Artist of the Week.Her new single ‘Corner of my eye’, due to be released on October 14, will be played all week, and Lowri will be in the BBC studios

  • Top award for poster campaign

    A RETRO-STYLE poster campaign featuring nostalgic images of the Pembrokeshire's national park has scooped a top awardPembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority which ran the campaign, picked up the first prize in the category Tourism, hotels, leisure

  • Exclusive bee film screening

    PEMBROKESHIRE Friends of the Earth is supporting a screening of More Than Honey, the new documentary by Oscar-nominated Markus Imhoof, in support of the Bee Cause campaign.The multi-award winning film tells a provocative yet touching tale of what might

  • Pembrokeshire farmer to face Fferm Ffactor challenge

    A LLANFYRNACH man will be one of ten Welsh farmers who will soon face the challenge of Fferm Ffactor 2013 as the series returns to S4C next week.Dylan Harries, aged 24, will begin his Fferm Ffactor adventure on October 16 where a hard and emotional journey

  • Saints give neighbours the blues

    THERE is little doubt that on their day with the strongest line-up St Dogmaels are a match for anyone in junior football throughout the Mid Wales area as they showed by sweeping aside in form Maesglas 5-1 on their neighbours’ own Maes Radley stamping

  • First defeat for Reds

    Costcutter Ceredigion Football LeagueAFTER reeling off seven wins in Division One and pulling clear of the field Newcastle Emlyn Reserves were brought down to earth with a bump as they crashed 4-1 at home against Lampeter Town.The Reds will no doubt be

  • Aled wins squash championships

    ALED James took the Cardigan Open Squash Championship with a 3 sets to 2 win over home captain Richard Davies. Davies took an early lead winning the first two sets with some adventurous squash and unlikely winners but James fought his way back into the

  • Meeting to mark World War One anniversary

    A MEETING will be held to coordinate 100th anniversary commemorations of World War One in 2014.Councillor Paul Hinge, Ceredigion County Council Armed Forces Champion, is calling a meeting at Ceredigion Council Offices in Penmorfa, Aberaeron at 6pm, October

  • Shock at Arriva announcement

    PASSENGERS and politicians have been shocked by news that a large section of the Ceredigion bus network is to be scrapped.Arriva announced last week that it was to close its depot in Aberystwyth and stations in New Quay, Lampeter and Dolgellau on December

  • Superb ladies evening

    Dear EditorSaturday evening Cardigan & Teifi Valley Ladies Circle organised a superb charity “Ladies Evening” in the magnificent big room at the Guild Hall where over £500 was raised for local charities and good causes.Through your

  • Big win for Emlyn

    AFTER sharing the Division Two West spoils with Dunvant seven days previously Newcastle Emlyn director of rugby Marc Lloyd called for his charges to be more clinical.And the players responded with a 40-19 bonus point away win albeit against bottom of

  • Reds in bottom three

    NEWCASTLE Emlyn slipped into the bottom three of the Welsh League Division Three after a 5-1 defeat against Lliswerry in Gwent.The Reds were in contention until just before the break when midfielder Joe Howells put the homesters in front and second half

  • Defeat for Crymych and Cardigan

    A BELOW par performance by Crymych led to a 35-15 Division One West away defeat at the hands of second-placed Waunarlwydd while in Division Three West understrength Cardigan went down 61-27 at high-flying Gorseinon.The Preselimen will be hoping for a

  • Short mat bowls

    IN the Ceredigion Short-Mat Bowls League games last week there was a major achievement for last season's wooden spoon holders, Orllwyn, who held Rhydlewis to a draw. It was the triples and fours who won their games, whilst Rhydlewis's Ceri Jones

  • Results and standings

    FOOTBALLWelsh LeagueDivision 3: Lliswerry 5 NC Emlyn 1J Emrys Morgan CupRound 1: Builth Wells 1 Felinfach 5; Llanon 1 Aberdyfi 5; Saron 3 Rhayader Town 5Costcutter League CupPreliminary round: SDUC 3 Ffostrasol 1; New Quay 3 Llanybydder 1; Llandysul 1

  • Charity founder was a pervert

    THE FOUNDER of a national children's charity wore a wristwatch fitted with a secret camera to film children naked. David Thomas Clapton, 52, the founder of Harvest Trust, also had a shaver with a camera inside. Clapton went on to become a foster

  • Bypass oil spill

    CARDIGAN fire crew and local highways workers were called to a large oil spillage on the town’s bypass on Friday morning.Absorbent granules were used to deal with the incident, which involved a fuel tanker, and the fire crew left the scene at 6.54am