Ceredigion


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Ceredigion,

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 DyfedDyfed
, former county, W Wales. It was created in the 1974 administrative reorganization of Wales from the counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, and Pembrokeshire, but in 1996 the county was dissolved and the unitary authorities of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire, and
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 was dissolved. Cardiganshire (Welsh Sir Ceredigion) had been joined with Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire in 1974 to form Dyfed.

Ceredigion

a county of W Wales, on Cardigan Bay: created in 1996 from part of Dyfed; corresponds to the former Cardiganshire (abolished 1974): mainly agricultural, with the Cambrian Mountains in the E and N. Administrative centre: Aberaeron. Pop.: 77 200 (2003 est.). Area: 1793 sq. km (692 sq. miles)
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On May 9, the learning services scrutiny committee voted to recommend that the cabinet look again at its plans, and consult with music service staff and the Friends of Ceredigion Young Musicians.
A spokesman for Ceredigion council said: "We can confirm that Watkin Bundock was head teacher of primary schools in Ceredigion between 1980 and 2005.
The villages of Llandre, Dole and Dol-y-bont, like other communities in north Ceredigion, suffered huge damage and irreplaceable personal losses as a result of a month's downpour of rain in a single day.
When the national newspapers, the cameras, and the whole media circus has left Ceredigion tomorrow morning - what real changes will I see in my daily life?
July 6 | Lampeter Show Pontfaen Fields, Lampeter, Ceredigion. | Bancffosfelen and District Show Rhydhowell Fawr Fields, Crwbin.
Ceredigion is one of the bastions of the Welsh language and of Welsh identity, and we must make no mistake about that.
And what difference they would make to the lives of the people of Ceredigion if they won.
"There is currently no information to indicate that the charges against Watkin Bundock related to his term of employment in Ceredigion. If that were to emerge the council would co-operate fully with the police in terms of their inquiries." A NSPCC Cymru/Wales spokesman added: "As a former headteacher Bundock held positions of great responsibility over children and would have been aware of the importance of safeguarding.
Overall county winners were Ceredigion, with Pembrokeshire second and Montgomery third.
SET picturesquely overlooking two awardwinning, sandy beaches, the friendly resort village of Aberporth is one of Ceredigion's favourite holiday locations.
The snap election for the Ceredigion Westminster seat will take place on February 3.