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  Ceredigion - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ceredigion is a principal area in mid Wales.
For a county of such a small population, it may be considered unusual that two universities are within the county boundaries: the University of Wales, Aberystwyth and the University of Wales, Lampeter.
Between 1888 and 1974, the county was governed by Cardiganshire county council, and on local government reorganisation in 1974, a new Ceredigion district council was formed in the administrative county of Dyfed.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ceredigion   (419 words)

 Am yr Archifdy / About the Archives | Archifdy Ceredigion - Ceredigion Archives
Archifdy Ceredigion yw'r archifdy ar gyfer y sir a elwid gynt yn Sir Aberteifi neu (yn Saesneg) Cardiganshire.
Ceredigion Archives is the record office for the county formerly known as Cardiganshire or (in Welsh) Sir Aberteifi.
Hawlfraint: Oni nodir yn wahanol, mae Cyngor Sir Ceredigion yn cadw'r hawlfraint ar yr holl ddeunydd gwreiddiol sydd i'w weld ar y wefan hon.
archifdy-ceredigion.org.uk /about.html   (433 words)

 Tour Britain Accommodation and Guide - Ceredigion and Cardigan Bay areas in Wales   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ceredigion includes the southern arc of Cardigan Bay, much of which is designated 'Heritage Coast'.
Unusual wildlife sheltering in Ceredigion's calm waters includes harbour porpoises and grey seals, while the region's bottlenose dolphin population is one of only two known to reside in UK coastal waters.
Ceredigion's countryside also has its gentler side - most notably along the lovely Teifi Valley, a beautiful vale of wooded riverbanks, falls, woollen mills and charming little towns like Lampeter, Llandysul and Newcastle Emlyn.
www.tour-britain.com /area6.html   (417 words)

 Ceredigion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ceredigion's countryside features some of the most beautiful landscapes in Wales and this county also attracts many rare species of birds, wildlife and plants.
Ceredigion means the land of Ceredig, son of the Celtic chieftain Cunedda.
The patron saint of Wales, St David, was born in Ceredigion and many famous Welsh princes are buried in the ruins of Strata Florida Abbey.
www.travelpublishing.co.uk /HiddenPlacesWales/Ceredigion/CeredigionMain.htm   (362 words)

Ceredigion is a small largely rural county in west Wales.
Ceredigion Council disputed the ONS figures, so used a method devised by Norfolk County Council, which predicted that the population today is 73,713 and in 2016 it will be 82,435, a rise of 8722.
Older people are retiring to live in Ceredigion, but sadly they are only a temporary gain: when a couple retiring to Ceredigion die, they leave no one in the county so the population drops back by two.
www.penllyn.com /cymuned/papurau/madcap.html   (5263 words)

 Ceredigion Final   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
This is because in their representation made to us, in March 1998, Ceredigion County Council gave notice of their intention to carry out a review of the community wards of the Communities of Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Lampeter and Llanbadarn Fawr.
We considered the future electoral arrangements for the County of Ceredigion in the light of the Secretary of State’s directions for guidance, and having taken account of the representations made to us, we considered that a council of 42 members would be desirable in the interests of effective and convenient local government.
At the initial stage of the review we noted that Ceredigion County Council and Councillor E J Griffiths of Ceredigion County and Aberystwyth Town Councils supported a reduction in the number of councillors representing the Community of Aberystwyth.
www.lgbc-wales.gov.uk /Electoral/LGBC_Ceredigion_Final.htm   (4123 words)

 Holiday information, CEREDIGION, Wales, UK. Quality accommodation, beaches, activities, events
Mae cyfleon beicio, marchogaeth a cherdded mynyddoedd y Cambria oll o fewn cyrraedd hawdd i draethau gwobrwyedig ar hyd Arfordir Treftadaeth Ceredigion ble mae dolffiniaid i'w gweld hyd heddiw.
Ceredigion, on the West Coast of Mid Wales, offers one of the greenest UK coastal tourism destinations.
Unless indicated otherwise, Ceredigion County Council retains the copyright to all original material shown on this website © 2005.
tourism.ceredigion.gov.uk   (246 words)

 Ceredigion/Pembs Final   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
We proposed that the boundary between the Counties of Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire in the area of the Community of St. Dogmaels should be realigned as shown in green on the map at Appendix 9 to include the areas marked
Ceredigion County Council contend that the people of St. Dogmaels make full use of the services provided by Ceredigion County Council and that it is only reasonable for them to contribute to the costs of service provision.
The Ceredigion part of the village of St. Dogmaels is in the Teifi ward of the Community of Cardigan which has 1,198 electors (1998 electoral register) and is part of the Cardigan electoral division which has 3,452 electors represented by 3 councillors (1998 electoral register).
www.lgbc-wales.gov.uk /Boundary/Ceredigion-Pembs/LGBC_Ceredigion-Pembs_Final.htm   (9026 words)

 Ceredigion County Council - Home   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ceredigion County Council has awarded the £760,000 ‘design and build’ contract to construct a footbridge to replace the existing level crossing at Plascrug, Aberystwyth to Alun Griffiths Contractors Ltd of Abergavenny.
Ceredigion County Council is committed to delivering efficient and effective services.
Council Tax was introduced in 1993 with every dwelling (house, bungalow, flat etc) being placed in one of 8 Valuation Bands on the basis of their value on the open market, in 1991 (new properties built since then have also been valued as at 1991).
www.ceredigion.gov.uk /coliseum   (384 words)

 The Lime industry in Ceredigion.
It was widely used by the Egyptians and later by the Romans who invented various mixes including a waterproof lime mortar for use in aqueducts by including volcanic dust in the mix.
In Ceredigion, lime was not always available and some early builders used earth and clay between the stones.
The soil of much of inland and upland Ceredigion tends to be thin and acidic -not at all conducive to arable farming.
www.newquay-westwales.co.uk /kilns.htm   (940 words)

 Ceredigion Conservatives - Ceidwadwyr Ceredigion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
There is a growing anger in Ceredigion at the way Labour has betrayed the interests of people in the countryside.
In a lively debate with five of the six Parliamentary candidates for Ceredigion, farmers told the candidates of their frustration with the amount of bureaucracy that farmers now have to deal with in their everyday work.
At a recent visit to Lampter, John Harrison, the Conservative Candidate for Ceredigion took the opportunity to listen to the views of students at the Lampeter campus of the University of Wales.
www.ceredigionconservatives.net   (1356 words)

 C.Ff.I. Ceredigion
Ar y tudalennau yma cewch weld beth 'sy 'mlan gyda ni, pobl ifanc cefn gwlad Ceredigion.
By now there are 22 Clubs within the County, which include over 700 members ranging from 10 to 26 years old.
Click on the Calendar to see what type of activities we hold within the County, but remember, in addition to this, every Club arranges their own weekly programme of activities.
www.yfc-ceredigion.org.uk   (160 words)

 Ceredigion Business Centre   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Ceredigion Business Centre is a primary stop for all businesses in Ceredigion.
Ceredigion Business Centre runs regular self-employment seminars, conducts in-depth business reviews and one-to-one advisory sessions from pre-start to development stage.
Ceredigion Business Centre has a strong ICT unit, which delivers the Opportunity Wales eCommerce project, the WDA ICT support service, and Ceredigion eBusiness Club.
www.ceredigionbusiness.co.uk   (148 words)

 Llanrhystud Village Information - Ceredigion (Dyfed), Wales, UK
Ceredigion is witnessing the rare sight of thousands of spider crabs along its shores this summer.
A candidate Special Area of Conservation, it was the UK's first Marine Heritage Coast, sheltering some of Britain's rarest birds and marine species and home to a resident population of some 130 bottlenose dolphins as well as porpoise and grey seals.
Ceredigion's Coast and Countryside Unit arranges an annual programme of guided walks and talks popular with residents and visitors alike.
www.llanrhystud.co.uk   (715 words)

 Ceredigion on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Cardiganshire (Welsh Sir Ceredigion) had been joined with Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire in 1974 to form Dyfed.
General Election 2005: Constituency Profile: Ceredigion: Focus on language and housing issues.(News)
Lord Mayor's woe; When Ceredigion goes to the polls for its mayoral referendum tomorrow it could change the way Wales is governed forever.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/C/Ceredig.asp   (304 words)

 Walk Cardigan Bay - CEREDIGION - 2005 Walks and Talks
Join a member of the Aberystwyth Bat Group and gain an insight into the ecology of different species and some of the methods used for their detection.
An exploration of the seashore with Leigh Denyer, Coast and Countryside Warden.
A comprehensive exploration of the Pumlumon range of mountains to include a visit to the source of the river Wye and Severn.
www.ceredigion.cix.co.uk /walkcardiganbay/p4.htm   (1598 words)

 Ceredigion & Mid Wales NHS Trust
The main area served by the Trust’s hospital and community services is similar to the existing Ceredigion County Council boundary, incorporating a population of approximately 70,000.
Ceredigion and Mid Wales NHS Trust has just been included in the Nursing Times Top 100.
Ceredigion and Mid Wales NHS Trust's internet site has just been given the Bobby Worldwide Approved Double-A rating for accessibility - one of the first Trust sites in Wales to reach this standard.
www.wales.nhs.uk /sites/home.cfm?ORGID=49   (234 words)

 Ceredigion - Waste Awareness Wales
Ceredigion have been trialling various kerbside recycling collections.
There are 30 bring bank sites in Ceredigion collecting a range of materials including paper, glass, cans, shoes, textiles, books and plastic bottles.
For more information please visit the Ceredigion County Council website.
www.wasteawarenesswales.org.uk /ceredigion.html?diablo.lang=eng   (168 words)

 A comparison of ceredigion and Powys LA21   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
A group of concerned environmentalists came together to discuss how to progress the LA21 initiative in Ceredigion, due to the failure of the local authority to take a lead.
Initially there was a series of public meetings throughout Ceredigion which resulted in the formation of three LA21 groups, South, Mid and North Ceredigion.
The belated involvement of Ceredigion County Council and the subsequent appointment of the project officer marked a significant watershed in the LA21 process in Ceredigion.
www.irs.aber.ac.uk /als/netpage/lectures/community/localagenda21.htm   (1155 words)

 Ceredigion Walks Programme 2004.
Ceredigion features some of the most varied landscape in Wales.
The Coast and Countryside Section of the Council has arranged a series of walks which give an opportunity to explore the wealth of natural history and heritage that can be found in the county.
The walks offer an opportunity to explore this environment as well as some of the towns and villages along the way, each with their own unique charm and character.
www.newquay-westwales.co.uk /ceredigion_walks.htm   (1660 words)

 Ceredigion Self Catering cottages villas appartments vacation rentals self-catering
Penrhiw Pistyll Cottages, New Quay Ceredigion, SA459TQ, Wales.
Penygraig Farm, Rhydyfelin, Aberystwyth Ceredigion, SY23 4QA, Wales.
Coynant Cottage, Cenarth, Newcastle Emlyn Ceredigion, SA38 9JX, Wales.
www.selfcatering-directory.co.uk /results.asp?county=Ceredigion   (371 words)

 Ceredigion Accommodation Guide :: Stay in Wales
It is an idyllic base from which to explore the truly magical, unspoilt county of Ceredigion.
Gwarffynnon Cottages are located in the peaceful rolling countryside of Ceredigion, yet convenient to the bays and coves of the coastline.
A perfect base for a memorable holiday in Ceredigion and West Wales.
www.stayinwales.co.uk /accommresults.cfm?area=7   (333 words)

 Ceredigion: Siambrau Masnach/Chambers of Commerce
Ymatebodd nifer o siambrau Ceredigion yn ffafriol ar ôl derbyn y cynnig a hwythau bellach â thudalennau ar y we.
The LEADER II programme is administered in Ceredigion by Antur Teifi.
By the end of the project the rest of them had expressed interest and the hope is that we may include them as well in the near future.
www.aber.ac.uk /~dcswww/Telematics/leader_ii   (473 words)

 Britannia EBK Biographies: Prince Sandde of Ceredigion
Prince Sandde was apparently one of the younger sons of King Ceredig Ceredigion, though he is sometimes named as his grandson (son of Cedig ap Ceredig).
He was given a small area of Ceredigion to rule by his father and, in his early years, lived up to his saintly name by founding several churches there.
However, while travelling through Dyfed at the very beginning of the 6th century, he met a young nun, named Non, who was so beautiful that he could not suppress his lust for her.
www.britannia.com /bios/ebk/sanddcn.html   (114 words)

 Newyddion Rhanbarth Ceredigion   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Thursday, November the 18th 2004, 'Carnifalwn Ceredigion' was held......
Ceredigion County's Senior Hockey Competition was held on the astroturf......
On the 20th of December 2003, a crew of Urddaholics from Ceredigion and Penfro went to Cardiff......
www.urdd.org /Uwchradd/Rhanbarthau/Ceredigion/HenGanS.asp   (990 words)

 Aberystwyth Guide   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-06)
Aberystwyth [52°24'N 4°05'W] is a small sea-side town (population 13,500) in the county of Ceredigion (population 75,000) on the west coast of Wales.
Situated towards the centre of the crescent of Cardigan Bay, Aberystwyth's harbour is fed by the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol.
Ceredigion is in an 'Objective One' area (ie the local economy is performing at less the 75% of the EU average) and the tourist industry has been in decline for many decades, however, Aberystwyth is going through a mini boom, with:
www.gigaflop.demon.co.uk /aber.htm   (6396 words)

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