- Ceredigion Art Trail
Open Studios & Art Trail Artists, Events & Venues Directory for Ceredigion. ...
- The Tweed makers
Along the road leading from Aberystwyth to Talybont, Cardiganshire, was a long procession of sheep. Fleetfooted sheepdogs silently marshalled them, drove them, held them, stopped them, did anything with them at the call of their masters healthy, re ...
- The Ceredigion CommunThey
Ceredigion Community Learning is part of the Department of Education and Community Services of Ceredigion County Council. We aim to provide learning opportunities for the people of Ceredigion in their community which will encourage them to develop ne ...
- The Ceredigion Information
A free, impartial service providing high quality information to children, young people, parents, carers and others throughout the county of Ceredigion. ...
- The Ffagl GobaTheh
Founded in 2000 the charity was formed to bridge the gap in support for people coming to terms with the devastating news of a terminal illness. We are there to help from the moment of diagnosis – a first stop shop if you like where people can get imm ...
- The SpirThe
I am Iwan the miner, and I am your guide to the many years of industrial history hidden in the hills of this county of Ceredigion. If you click on me here I will take you through a mineline of 4000 years of history. ...
- The Cooper Philosopher
A Welsh craftsman is never a craftsman only. He is sometimes craftsman and poet, sometimes craftsman and singer, sometimes craftsman and preacher, Mr. Evan Rees, cooper, of AlltyBlaca, is craftsman and philosopher.Many years ago, when Gladstone was ...
- The Ceredigion
The website for Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations the local county voluntary council ...
- The Cilcennin
Standing in the middle of the village of cilcennin, our school is a bilingual rural school for infantjunior children in the school has varied from 16 to 30. ...
- The Poet in the Clog
The clogmaker is still a figure in Cardiganshire and in Pembrokeshire. He often carries on the tradition by which the cobbler’s shop is the university of the village.This is certainly true of the clogmaker’s shop at Tanygroes, seven miles north of C ...