Ceredigion County, Wales

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  1. Ten great walks in WalesRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

    Epic coastline and wild countryside combine with a profound sense of history and identity to enrich any walking exploration of Wales. Here's a just of few top picks from the multitude of strolls and hikes on offer.

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  2. Downton Abbey series 6 WILL be the final ever seriesRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | IcNetwork

    We've witnessed births marriages, deaths and a dog called Isis - but we'll retain the Crawley stiff upper lip as we bid farewell to the award-winning drama this autumn Prepare for your final trip to Downton Abbey later this year as ITV and Carnival Films have revealed that series six will be the final season of the worldwide hit TV drama. Starring Hugh Bonneville, Lily James, Michelle Dockery and created by Julian Fellowes, Downton has been a worldwide success and has made the cast stars.

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  3. Number of people in Wales seeking advice from debt charity StepChange grows by 84% over three yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | IcNetwork

    StepChange said household bills were the main problem with arrears on rent, council tax and water bills all increasing since 2011 A debt charity says the number of people contacting it in Wales grew by 84% between 2011 and 2014 - from 5,029 to 9,270. The average amount owed on many of these bills was higher than ever despite the economy growing by 2.6% last year.

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  4. Call for Splott's three councillors to resign is met with firm rebuttal by trioRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    A call for Splott's three Labour councillors to resign has been met with a firm response by the trio who have stressed they are doing their duties as councillors. Last week, it was revealed that Councillor Gretta Marshall has moved to West Wales.

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  5. New date and new secretary for Nevern ShowRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Tivyside Advertiser

    The popular Nevern Agricultural Show has a new date and a new secretary and is looking in fine fettle for the future. The show, located at Parc yr Ynys, Newport will this year be held on the second Wednesday in August rather than on the first, and hopefully this will attract more of a crowd.

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  6. Village green set for rejectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Tivyside Advertiser

    LOCAL residents have vowed to fight on after the disappointing news that their plans to save a piece of land for the community look set to be refused. Their application to register land at Maesglas, Cardigan, as a village green - thereby protecting it from future development - have been recommended for refusal at Thursday's Ceredigion County Council meeting.

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  7. Aberystwyth University's men's rugby team banned from...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    A Welsh university rugby team has been banned over initiation ceremonies where a new player was burnt with a cigarette and had his eyebrows shaved off. The men's rugby team at Aberystwyth University were barred from all competitions after holding the initiations.

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  8. Pupils win big aboard the star ship enterpriseRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Milford Mercury

    Pictured with Youth Enterprise Officer Wendy Harris are Amber Kelly, Ollie Vaughan-Harries, Ella Barrow, and Ruby Kelly. PICTURE: S They won the overall 'Fantastic Foundation Phase' Winners Award, and seven-year-old Ella Barrow also won the individual Star Troopers award.

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  9. Fight is on to save Aberystwyth's iconic Victorian Pier after administrators are called inRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    The owners of Wales' first ever pier cited last January's tidal storms and subsequent poor trading as factors in the move The future of Aberystwyth's iconic Victorian Royal Pier has been cast in doubt after administrators were called in to manage the site's assets, it has been revealed. Managing company Don Leisure Limited, who run the Pier Brasserie restaurant, Pier Pressure nightclub, Inn on the Pier bar, Don Gelato Ice Cream Parlour and the Pier Amusements, blamed last January's tidal storms and the subsequent loss of business as factors in their decision to seek an administration order.

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  10. James Bond can't get into the Senedd and now it seems...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | IcNetwork

    It has been revealed Ceredigion council initially refused permission for the BBC crime drama to be filmed in its empty Swyddfa'r Sir building on Aberystwyth seafront We know James Bond isn't welcome in our Welsh Government buildings - but now it seems that DCI Mathias even struggles to get into a disused Ceredigion council office. Two weeks after revelations that upcoming 007 flick Spectre had been refused permission to film in the Senedd it has emerged Ceredigion council initially refused permission for BBC crime drama Hinterland to be shot from its empty seafront offices.

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  11. Walk your way through Y Gwyll/Hinterland with the other DCI Tom Mathias and DI Mared RhysRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday | IcNetwork

    Walking in the footsteps of the stars is quite a promise, but a new series of walks in Ceredigion is designed to give walkers the opportunity to do just that. Hinterland Walks offers guided walks in the Cambrian Mountains and Cardigan Bay, making the most of an area made world famous by S4C's award-winning Y Gwyll/Hinterland series.

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  12. New EastEnders TV Theme Piano practice AppRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | MacMegasite

    For the first time and just published, the very popular theme tune for UK's EastEnders TV soap drama is now available as a Piano practice App. Learn to play this well known theme on the Piano or Keyboard.

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  13. NFU Cymru's top ten policy asks for the next General ElectionRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Mar 24 | FarmingUK

    Today NFU Cymru's President, Stephen James, has outlined Welsh farmers' Top Ten Policy Asks for the forthcoming General Election. A Government that understands farm businesses, wants agriculture to grow and has the policies that send the right signals to Welsh farmers, will be the key messages to prospective general election candidates today when the NFU Cymru President launches the Union's manifesto.

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  14. 'Radical' schools change on agendaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | BBC News

    Three secondary schools out of 12 are set to close with at least one Welsh medium secondary for Builth Wells. The business case for closing Brecon High and Gwernyfed schools and building a A 50m Brecon campus is being debated.

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  15. Dafydd Tudur: Man killed on Felinheli bypass 'lived life to the full' says judgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | IcNorthWales

    The former headmistress of a man killed after he was hit by a car while walking on a bypass has paid tribute to him as a "model pupil". Dafydd, who lived in Ger y Nant, Y Felinheli, is believed to have been walking was walking from the direction of Caernarfon towards Bangor when the accident took place.

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  16. Chatting about careers in the Royal Navy ReservesRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk

    ON February 26, Barry Comprehensive School's Main Hall was filled with companies, businesses and organisations welcoming students to the annual careers fair. Business visitors ranged from global to local and included the Royal Navy, HSBC, Keepmoat, Dow Corning, CITB, British Telecom and Lafarge Tarmac.

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  17. Tourism in the Valleys -a missed opportunityRead the original story

    Monday Mar 23 | Aberdare Online

    Not a single mention of it on the Council website, not one solitary tweet from whoever is responsible for running the Twitter site. Why? There is a huge missed opportunity around here for tourism with a rich heritage and beautiful scenery.

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  18. Driver involved in fatal Ceredigion crash is namedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | IcNetwork

    Police are appealing for witnesses to the collision on the A4159 Capel Dewi to Lovesgrove road at about 2.30pm on Thursday A DRIVER who died, when his car collided with another in Ceredigion has been named as David England from Llandre, Aberystwyth. The 68-year-old had been airlifted to hospital with "critical injuries" on Thursday but sadly died in hospital on Saturday, police have said.

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  19. Swalec Bowl: In-form Ynysowen aiming to scupper Cambrian Welfare's hopes of reaching last fourRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | IcNetwork

    IT'S also quarter-final day in the Swalec Bowl on Saturday with Division Three East Central B outfit Cambrian Welfare hosting Ynysowen of Three East Central C. Their run to the last eight equals the furthest Welfare have ever got in the Bowl, having also reached the quarter-final stage in 2013 when they went down 11-6 at Cilfynydd. They beat Aberaeron 41-13 in the last 16 having already seen off Dinas Powys 3-0 in a mud bath the round before.

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  20. Luxury chocolate maker Sarah Bunton eyes up Dubai deal as she...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 23 | IcNetwork

    Luxury chocolate maker Sarah Bunton is lining up a new deal in Dubai as she prepares to deliver a masterclass at Wales' first chocolate festival. Bodnant Welsh Food centre is hosting the two-day festival on March 28-29, with everything chocolate-themed from artisan-made treats to sample through to beauty products using cocoa beans.

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