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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Linda Whitby, of Hoylake, Merseyside, and Nancy Evans, of Llandyssul, Cardiganshire scooped pounds 100.
Mrs Buttle, a semi-retired hill farmer from the tiny village of Cwmann, near Lampeter, Cardiganshire, gave birth to Joe last November.
Born in Anglesey, Lewis Morris settled in Cardiganshire in 1742 and soon became involved in the disputes between the Crown and local landowners over mineral ownership, when he prepared a detailed report on the mines in the hill country to the east of Aberystwyth.
Legend relates that David was son of Xantus, Prince of Cereticu, now called Cardiganshire.
Snowcem Plus masonry paints are stocked by Clynderwen & Cardiganshire Farmers at its depots in Gaerwen, Llanbedr, Machynlleth, Llanuwchllyn and Blaenau Ffestiniog.
Haverfordwest Magistrates' Court heard the employee was working for Clynderwen and Cardiganshire Farmers Limited (CCF) and had entered a wheat silo to clear a blockage.
Mr James is originally from Aberystwyth and much of his comedy pokes fun at his fellow Cardiganshire natives - known as "Cardis" - and the perception that they are tight with money.
Fisher, of Solihull, West Midlands, was injured in the crash and arrested at the scene in Aberaeron, Cardiganshire, on Sunday.
There was a noticeable decline in the standard of Welsh I was hearing, even in places you wouldn't expect - Meirionnydd, Eifionydd and Cardiganshire.
Born in 1925, Geraint Howells went to school in Aberystwyth and began his working life as a farmer but was elected a member of Cardiganshire County Council in 1952.
Jane, living in Llandysul, Cardiganshire, is appealing for any more information on the yard.
Phillip McQuaid, from New Oscott, died in August 1996 while learning to swim in a pool at the Quay West holiday centre, New Quay in Cardiganshire.