THREE people from Lampeter have appeared in court on a number of offences.

John Anthony Darbyshire, 59, of Heol Hathren, Cwmann, Lampeter, was put under a curfew by Aberystwyth Justice Centre on July 27.

He was previously given a community order on October 8 by North West Wales Magistrates Court which involved unpaid work requirements for a March 22, 2021 offence of obstructing a police officer in the line of duty in Llanelltyd.

The work requirements were unable to be completed due to medical issues so Aberystwyth Justice Centre revoked the community order and placed Darbyshire on a curfew to last until August 23, where he must remain at his home address between 7pm and 8am each day of the curfew and be monitored electronically.


Rosemary Loveday Northover, 41, of Greenfield Terrace, Lampeter, admitted speeding at Llanelli Magistrates Court on August 1.

She was caught on February 2 doing 39mph on A485 Llangybi where the limit is 30mph. She was fined £40 and given three points on her licence. She also had to pay £34 surcharge and £90 costs.

Sara Avila, 55, of Talsarn, Lampeter, was found guilty of failing to provide information by Llanelli Magistrates Court on July 28.

She committed the offence on March 14 by failing to provide information to Dyfed-Powys Police in relation to the identity of a driver of a vehicle believed to have been involved in an offence when requested. She was fined £660 and given six points on her licence. She also had to pay £66 surcharge and £90 costs.