A hidden cove after Llangrannog © Cerys Symonds

Happy St David’s Day from Ceredigion!

Happy St Davids Day! There’s not a day of the year that we don’t love this country of ours, but today we’re feeling particularly proud! Here are five reasons why we love this little corner of Wales… 1. We’ve got dolphins! That’s right, we’re home to Europe’s biggest population of bottle-nose dolphins, as well as…

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A spotlight on: Denmark Farm

From luxury eco lodges to countryside conservation, Denmark Farm offers something for all kinds of visitors in Ceredigion. Read on to find out more… Denmark Farm Conservation Centre has been dedicated to conserving the countryside – its plants and wildlife – for more than 25 years, so it should come as no surprise that the…

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Vale of Rheidol Railway Restored

A period of winter restoration has seen Devil’s Bridge Station restored to return it closer to its Edwardian appearance, including traditional station lighting. Winter maintenance at Devil’s Bridge Station along the Vale of Rheidol Railway has seen it lovingly conserved and certain features restored to return it closer to its Edwardian appearance. The most novel feature…

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A Wanderer Returns – Aberystwyth Arts Centre

A former wandering rough-sleeper, who roughed it in among other places Aberystwyth, returns to tell what he has been up to since in… The World According to John Bird, 7.30 pm, Tuesday 25th February at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.   John Bird’s name was written with poverty’s pen. He first enters the records born into a…

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Tree of Leaf and Flame, Aberystwyth Arts Centre

 TREE OF LEAF AND FLAME, Tales From The Mabinogi will be coming to Aberystwyth Arts Centre on February 22nd. Spellbinding storytelling and dazzling musicianship combine in this unique retelling of The Mabinogi – the oldest stories of Britain. Haunting and dreamlike, these tales link two worlds: the everyday world we all inhabit, and Annwn, a…