- This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, county of Ceredigion, on the west coast of Mid Wales.
- Ceredigion is a county created as Cardiganshire in 1282, but now named after the former Kingdom of Ceredigion since 1996.
- The county was originally named after the principle town of Cardigan, on the mouth of the Afon Teifi, hence the
- Welsh name for the town Aberteifi. The west bank of the estuary is administered by Pembrokeshire, with the settlement
- and abbey at St Dogmaels.
- Cardigan Island is off the coast in Cardigan Bay, north of the town, but the main road, A487, heads north east inland,
- via Aberaeron, Llanrhystud, to the sea-side resort and major market town of Aberystwyth,
- on the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol.
- North of Aberystwyth the A489 continues north east inland to the boundary with Gwynedd, at Aberdovey,
- and Powys at Machynlleth.
- The boundary then heads inland south east to the Cambrian Mountainsm and at Llyn Brianne, Ceredigion
- meets Carmarthenshire, and the A485 from Aberystwyth leads to the south boundary town of Lampeter
- where the boundary is the Afon Teifi, flowing west , via the Carmarthenshire boundary town of Newcastle Emlyn.
- Here the boundary changes to Pembrokeshire at Abercych and Cilgerran, back to Cardigan.
Age Concern Ceredigion
Charity providing services for older people including information and advice, form filling, shopping, home cleaning, luncheon clubs and exercise activities. Also provides information on volunteering.
Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations
CAVO aims to promote, support and co-ordinate the work of the voluntary sector in the county. Welsh and English.
Ceredigion Community Learning
Offers adult education classes at several centres. Includes a list of centres with courses taught at each, tutor information and fees. [Welsh and English]
The Cooper-Philosopher of Allt-y-Blaca
Account by Gareth Jones, written in 1933, of his meeting with Evan Rees who was a craftsman, singer, preacher and cooper.
A Poet in the Clog-makers Shop of Tanygroes
Account by Gareth Jones, written in 1933, of his meeting with David Thomas who talked of his trade, and his son T. 0. Thomas who, as well as making clogs, had won many chairs at eisteddfodau and one crown.
Spirit of the Miners
Community regeneration project that sets out to create an identity for northern Ceredigion using the legacy of metal mining as a theme. Includes details of approved projects, with photo gallery and area history.
Tweed-makers in a Glen at Talybont
Account by Gareth Jones, written in 1933, of his meeting with Mr. W. L. Morgan who managed the mill, founded in 1809 and powered by water, turning out Welsh tweed.
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