• Community celebrates Hermon centre launch

    THE communities of Hermon, Glogue and Llanfyrnach celebrated the completion of their new community resource centre on Saturday, September 28. Over hundred members of the community gathered at Canolfan Hermon for the ceremony to open the redeveloped

  • National Park welcome for Walk on Wales

    PEMBROKESHIRE Coast National Park Authority Chairman and local county councillor, Cllr Mike James welcomed the Walk on Wales team to St Dogmaels as they began their way along the 186-mile Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail.The fundraisers reached

  • Bring out the JAZZ bands!

    PREPARE for another fantastically popular cabaret night packed with music at Small World Theatre on Saturday 26 October, 7.30pm. Welcome back MOJAS and their exciting blend of roots music including South African Township, Afro-jazz, Salsa, Balkan Folk

  • Concern at Bovine TB testing contracts

    PLAID Cymru has expressed its concern at Welsh Government proposals to issue two large regional tenders in Wales for the delivery of on-farm Bovine TB testing.Currently the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency (AHVLA) co-ordinates and administers

  • Floral tribute to handyman

    Dear Editor,Having read in the Tivy-Side (Letters, October 8) that Ceredigion Council are refusing to pay Handyman John Morris for the care of the beautiful floral display that Cardigan have shown this year is quite pathetic. Annually we are frequently

  • Dealer warned to expect jail

    A DRUGS dealer from Newcastle Emlyn has been warned to expect a jail sentence after a jury convicted him of possessing heroin with intent to supply.Steffan Owen, aged 52, had denied the charge but was convicted by a jury after a trial at Swansea crown

  • Rhosygilwen Schubertiade 18-20th October

    TO lovers of the music of Schubert there could be nothing better in the world than a whole weekend devoted to the composer. Liszt called him the most poetic composer ever and his 600 songs add to that accolade in addition to the piano sonatas and myriad

  • Cardigan & District Pool League

    THE top versus bottom in Division One went strictly according to the formbook with leaders and champions Lamb A fashioning a 9-1 win over visitors Saith Seren.Division One: Clwb Rygbi 3 Lamb B 7; Gobaith 7 Eagle 3; Lamb A 9 Saith Seren 1; Schooners B

  • Call for sky lantern ban

    NATURAL Resources Minister, Alun Davies, has written to all local authorities in Wales to encourage them to introduce a voluntary ban on the release of sky lanterns and helium balloons. The Minister has warned of the danger and stress that sky lanterns

  • Cardigan Golf Club

    Cardigan Golf Club held the Furneys Automatics Trophy strokeplay competition on Saturday 5 October. There was an excellent turnout of 49 entries on a beautiful autumn day. The winner with an excellent round of 67 gross, playing off a handicap of plus

  • Market is vital heart of town

    Dear Editor,In response to your leading article on the future of Cardigan market here are some thoughts to consider:The market offers a vital heart-centre to the town of Cardigan and needs council support. Simply letting it fail to market forces is not

  • Business fined for fly-posting

    A CEREDIGION business has been fined for fly-posting along the A484 between Pentrecagal and Newcastle Emlyn.Council environmental enforcement officers received a complaint of an illegal sign on the highway. It was affixed to a local authority road sign