TWO Ceredigion businesses have applied for a licence to be able to sell alcohol.

Richard Briddon has applied to Ceredigion County Council for a premises licence for Caffi’r Hen Ysgol LTD in Cross Inn, Llandysul.

This, if approved, would allow for the supply of alcohol – both on and off sales – from 10am to 11pm daily and to licence live music both outdoors and indoors from 10am to midnight Monday to Saturday, and 1pm to 11pm on Sunday.

The licence would also allow for recorded music to be played daily between 9am and midnight and for late night refreshment both indoor and outdoor between 10am and midnight.

Pencwnc Holiday Park Limited have applied to Ceredigion County Council for a premises licence for the Pencwnc Holiday Park in Cross Inn, New Quay.

If approved, the licence would allow the performance of dance, plays, films, indoor sporting events, live music, recorded music, provision of late night refreshments and the supply of alcohol.

The above activities would take place between 8am and 2am daily, outdoor bar activities between 8am and 10pm daily and background music from 9pm.

It would also include non-standard timings for events such as New Years Eve, which would last from the ‘commencement of hours on New Years Eve to conclusion of hours on New Years Day.’

There would also be an end of season party in October or November, and on bank holiday weekends, the end of licence time would be 3am.

It also includes for if a major live televised sporting event is held in a different time zone, for alcohol to be sold 30 minutes before the event and to close 30 minutes following the end of the event.

Anyone wishing to make a sensible representation on the applications must do so in writing by July 20 (Caffi’r Hen Ysgol) or July 24 (Pencwnc Holiday Park).

Representations can be made by writing to Licensing Section, Ceredigion County Council, County Hall, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, SA46 0AT or by emailing