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The Welsh for Adults Centre in Aberystwyth

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 23, 2012 0 comments
Cymraeg I Oedolion yn Aberystwyth
Gall dysgu Cymraeg newid eich bywyd - gall siarad Cymraeg agor mwy o ddrysau yn eich gyrfa - gallwch gynnig cymorth i'ch plant gyda'u haddysg; darganfod mwy am ddiwylliant Cymru; tra hefyd yn gwneud ffrindiau a chysylltiadau newydd!

Cymraeg I Oedolion
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  • Gweithgareddau Cymraeg
  • Cymraeg yn y Gweithle
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The Welsh for Adults Centre in Aberystwyth
Becoming a Welsh speaker could change your life - opening up a wider range of job opportunities, supporting your child with their education, exploring Welsh culture, participating in Welsh cultural events, and even making new friends and acquaintances.

Welsh for Adults
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Welsh Food Month - Who Are The Rising Food Stars of Ceredigion?

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Thursday, October 11, 2012 0 comments

As part of Welsh Food Month top Welsh chefs were asked to nominate their "rising stars" or "ones to watch", several Ceredigion Chefs and food businesses were nominated;

Gareth Johns, head chef at The Wynnstay in Machynlleth noinated several people including Ludovic ‘Ludo’ Dieumegarde, of Ludo at The Coopers, Newcastle Emlyn.
Also nominated is the “The Parry family, at Felin Ganol Mill, Llanrhystud, Ceredigion, who he says are dedicated to their craft, foodies and a real inspiration. The business grinds organically grown grain to produce a high quality range of stoneground flours, just as they did 150 years ago, and the business is committed to supporting organic growers in the UK.

Michelin-starred Bryan Webb of the acclaimed Tyddyn Llan restaurant at Llandrillo near Corwen nominated Andrew Beaumont  of the Hammet House, Llechryd, near Cardigan.

Who are your Ceredigion food heroes or ones to watch?


Extra £10 Million on Mid-Wales Flood Defences

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Wednesday, October 10, 2012 0 comments
An extra £10m is to be spent on flood defences following the devastating rains which caused widespread flooding in mid Wales last summer a lot of which was around and about the Aberystwyth area. The monies are to be spent in 2013-15, but will the money spent in the Aberystwyth area be enough following the devastation to local homes and businesses?

Environment Minister John Griffiths said:
"We were already investing over £140m in flood and coastal erosion risk management over the life of this assembly to reduce risk for over 7,000 properties. Despite severe reductions in its capital budget, the Welsh government was spending an extra £10m on flood and coastal risk management over 2013/14 to 2014/15, taking investment to more than£150m."

What are your memories of the flooding in June 2012?

Is Aberystwyth Royal Pier the Best Bar?

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Thursday, October 04, 2012 0 comments
The Royal Pier in Aberystwyth has been selected as one of the six finalists in the 2012 Best Bar None Awards following its success in the Ceredigion County Council scheme.

“BBN is a national award scheme supported by the Home Office and aimed at promoting responsible management and operation of alcohol licensed premises. It was piloted in Manchester in 2003 and found to improve standards in the night time economy, with premises now competing to participate. It has since been adopted by 100 towns and cities across the UK and is now being taken up internationally.

The aim of BBN is to reduce alcohol related crime and disorder in a town centre by building a positive relationship between the licensed trade, police and local authorities.”

Petition To Re-open the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen Railway Line

Posted by Llanrhystud Childminder On Tuesday, October 02, 2012 0 comments
A petition to re-open the Aberystwyth to Carmarthen railway line has been launched by Mark Worrall from Cadiff University. 1000 people are needed to sign this petition so that the Welsh Government will consider it.

The petition reads;

"We call on the National Assembly for Wales to urge the Welsh Government to re-open the train line from Carmarthen to Aberystwyth.
 

We believe this is vital for the local communities and the Welsh economy as a whole as it will allow the transition of people and services to areas which are otherwise isolated. This will support the local economies and create a more fluid connection between North and South Wales. At present the only rail connections from North to South Wales must divert through England."

Would the reinstated line be usefull for you?

Use this link to add your name to the petition and tell us your thoughts below, can you remember travelling on this line before it was closed in 1965?

e-Petition:Re-opening of the Carmarthen to Aberystwyth Train Line



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