Cardigan Bay


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Car·di·gan Bay

 (kär′dĭ-gən)
A wide-mouthed inlet of St. George's Channel on the western coast of Wales.

Cardigan Bay

n
(Placename) an inlet of St George's Channel, on the W coast of Wales
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Mandy and Len Walters set up Cardigan Bay Fish 10 years ago in an attempt to ensure more Welsh seafood was sold in the UK.
Sarah Perry, from Cardigan Bay Marine Wildlife Centre, said: "This is definitely a mega swarm.
A MUSSEL farmer has hit out at conservation groups opposed to the Welsh Government's intention to open up further protected areas of Cardigan Bay to scallop fishing.
The Cabinet Secretary for the Environment and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths, has announced new management measures for the Scallop fishery in Cardigan Bay following an extensive consultation.
Of the two Govan ships, Cardigan Bay was one year late.
And a second search was being carried out in nearby Cardigan Bay after a man fell into the sea off rocks.
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Researchers from Sea Watch Foundation have been seeing all sorts of naughty antics amongst the bottlenose dolphin community in Cardigan Bay.
The entire coast of Wales has been opened up to walkers - the first country in the world to do so - and this linear walk along a short section of the new Wales Coastal path and the well established Ceredigion Coast path offers impressive views over Cardigan Bay with Snowdonia and the Llyen peninsula to the north, and across the bay to Pembrokeshire to the south.
RFA Cardigan Bay," a landing ship dock, has provided back-up and training
Balsall Common is under the spotlight Pages 6-7 Spiritual homes Four former vicarges with for a new calling Pages 20-21 Sodington Hall Representing the very best of Georgian architecture Page 28 The call of the coast A seaside favourite for Midlanders - Cardigan Bay, in Wales Page 29 Property Expert Keeping your period property in character Page 30 POST PROPERTY correspondents are Alison Jones and Annie Roberts Email: PostSupplements@mrn.
Five, Thursday, 8pm Architect Charlie Luxton heads to Cardigan Bay where Hugh and June Crawford have given up the comfortable life in leafy Surrey to live a more sustainable existence.