Cardigan Bay


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Cardigan Bay

an inlet of St George's Channel, on the W coast of Wales
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Mandy said: "My husband Len has been fishing from Cardigan Bay for 30 years.
She said: "I have decided we should not stand in the way of economic activity and I will, therefore, continue with new legislation to introduce a flexible permit scheme within Cardigan Bay.
The consultation followed a two-year programme of wide-ranging research by Bangor University, in collaboration with the fishing industry, within the Cardigan Bay Special Area of Conservation.
Coastguards were also co-ordinating the Cardigan Bay search and a spokesman said: "It was reported two men had been walking when they were cut off by the tide and one fell into the sea.
Bottlenose dolphins are a common sight in Cardigan Bay where they feed and rear their young.
It is the most southerly of a number of Sarnau in Cardigan Bay These Sarnau, together with the sunken forest at Borth may well have been the inspiration for the origin of the legend of the lost land of Cantre'r Gwaelod.
Cardigan Bay has truly secured her place in the history of Operation Telic
One night - I'm sure this is a true memory because I can still see him sweeping round the field as smoothly as if he was on rails - I witnessed the greatest harness horse of all time, the mighty New Zealander Cardigan Bay, who won the Inter-Dominion trotting championship and then went to America and beat the Yanks just as easily.
On their way back home from a regular family holiday seeing dolphins in Cardigan Bay, the lads were called to Redcar beach on June 2 after reports of a seal in distress.
NAVY boat Cardigan Bay was successfully launched at the second attempt yesterday.
Bad weather resulting in a low tide had stopped RFA Cardigan Bay taking to the water on Friday, despite 8000 onlookers braving the cold to watch.
Thousands of onlookers were left disappointed as shipyard bosses kept the RFA Cardigan Bay on the slipway because of high winds.