Ceredigion

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Ceredigion

(ˌkɛrəˈdɪɡjən)
n
(Placename) a county of W Wales, on Cardigan Bay: created in 1996 from part of Dyfed; corresponds to the former Cardiganshire (abolished 1974): mainly agricultural, with the Cambrian Mountains in the E and N. Administrative centre: Aberaeron. Pop: 77 200 (2003 est). Area: 1793 sq km (692 sq miles)
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The following day, they visited Cnwch Coch before a party, including the chairman of Ceredigion County Council, Cllr Dai Mason, welcomed them to Penrhyn-Coch.
The proposed changes have been rejected by most community councils, with Trawsgoed Community Council saying that the proposed Cnwch-Coch for Cnwch Coch "just seems wrong".
Cnwch Coch post office near Aberystwyth was recently honoured with a Royal Mail award for Most Unusual branch, being located in an old toilet block.
Some claimed to have glimpsed their lost leader in improbable and diverse places: in Paris before the Ganay; on top of a tourist bus outside Madame Toussaud's; in a Turkish bath in Bognor Regis; and, strangest of all, outside a public house in the tiny Welsh village of Cnwch Coch.
The 265-mile route will take them through Clawdd Coch in Glamorgan to Bryn Coch in the Amman Valley, to Cnwch Coch and Commins Coch in the Aberystwyth area, to Cefn Coch near Welshpool, before their penultimate stop at Traeth Coch (Red Wharf Bay) on Anglesey.