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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CEREDIGION Council is to plough ahead with plans to slash funding to music services by nearly a third, despite public protests and the recommendations of its own councillors.
He was also headteacher at a number of other primary schools in Ceredigion including Aberbanc School, Pontsian School, and Capel Dewi School.
VILLAGERS in three Ceredigion villages will get together later this week to raise funds to support the victims of last week's flood disaster.
That is the question every voter in Ceredigion should ask themselves as they enter the polling booth today.
| Aberystwyth and Ceredigion County Show Gelli Angharad Fields, Capel Bangor, Aberystwyth.
I felt obliged to write about the article in the Education Supplement last week (November 18) which referred to allegations made by Rhieni Dros Addysg Gymraeg (RhAG) concerning Welsh-medium education in Ceredigion. I am glad that the article's misleading headline was not typical of the whole piece, since the article itself articulated the factual evidence - reflecting the true extent of Ceredigion's Welsh-medium provision - extremely well.
ON Thursday the voters of Ceredigion go to the polls.
He was also headteacher at a >> number of other primary schools in Ceredigion including Aberbanc School, Pontsian School, and Capel Dewi School.
This year's Eisteddfod chair was made by Iolo Puw, from Parc, near Bala, and for the second year running it was won by Luned Mair, of Llanwennog YFC, Ceredigion.