Cardiganshire


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Cardiganshire,

former county, W Wales: see CeredigionCeredigion,
county, 694 sq mi (1,797 sq km), W Wales. Ceredigion, corresponding to the former county of Cardiganshire, was established in 1996 when the nonmetropolitan county of Dyfed was dissolved.
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Cardiganshire

a former county of W Wales: became part of Dyfed in 1974; reinstated as Ceredigion in 1996
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Last December Eifionydd met Carmarthen & Pumpsaint Farmers, as well as Clynderwen & Cardiganshire Farmers, to discuss possible merger.
Morfudd Lewis, of Talybont, Cardiganshire, was half expecting to get the boot - she's been on the short-list in the last two shows.
David Sturgess, 53, allegedly hid four cameras in fake smoke alarms on the ceilings and walls of the country cottage in Llandyssul, Cardiganshire in Wales.
Brewer Mr Samociuk and wife Penny rear pigs on brewer's grains at their business, Penlon Cottage Brewery in Llanarth, Cardiganshire, west Wales.
CLIFFORD Pearce from Cardiganshire recently bought an 04-plate Rover Streetwise with just under 20,000 miles.
MASSEY FERGUSON veteran Dave Phillips ran a ten-year best of 50-44 in the 10km Ras Y Ddau Sant (Race of Two Saints) at Tregaron, Cardiganshire over an undulating out-and-back course.
The Dyfed Family History Society - which has a branch in Haverfordwest itself - can point you in the direction of their records, which cover the old counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire Write to Beti Williams, 12 Elder Grove, Llamgunnor, Carmarthen SA31 2LQ, or e-mail secretary@dyfedfhs.
This is the first time that the Cardiganshire singer and composer Brychan Llyr has presented from the International Eisteddfod and he's relishing the prospect.
I AM currently engaged in researching the history of the village of Aberarth that was previously in the old country of Cardiganshire, Wales.
Appeal, who is out of a Monksfield half-sister to Grade 1-winning chaser Scotton Banks, was seven and about to enter training with Peter Bowen when she was knocked down by a van while exercising on a single-track public road close to Wall's Coedfoel Uchaf Stud in Cardiganshire, West Wales, in September 1997.
Mr Bernard Harris, managing director of Wynnstay Farmers, based at Llansantffraid, said the formation of Welsh Feed Producers by Wynnstay Farmers, ABN and Clynderwen and Cardiganshire Farmers in 1988 was an important initiative.
Linda Whitby, of Hoylake, Merseyside, and Nancy Evans, of Llandyssul, Cardiganshire scooped pounds 100.