Halloween Tea Party Extravaganza, 29th October

Halloween Tea Party Extravaganza, 29th October

Come and join us for a spooky tea party in the tipi in the yard at the Ceridwen Centre. The entry price of £5 for adults and £3 for children covers unlimited tea, coffee, soft drinks and – most importantly- delicious home baked cakes. There will also be a free bouncy castle, childrens craft activities, a table top baby clothes sale, Halloween glitter tatoos and a raffle. Like dressing up? There will be a prize for best adult and best child fancy dress.

Please book by contacting us asap

All money raised will go towards Y Cwtch Llaeth – Newcastle Emlyn Breastfeeding support group.

Fully Booked Pizza Afternoon, on 21st Oct

Fully Booked Pizza Afternoon, on 21st Oct

To those that have booked in,

Saturday’s Pizza party is from 3-8pm. It’ll be held in the Yard Tipi.

Please remember to bring cash and park up in the Wedding car park, further up the hill.

No parking outside Ceridwen and please don’t go near the hot tub platform as we have private bookings in both.

Looking forward to seeing you all! 

Croeso i Gymru (Welcome to Wales)

For a small country we have a varied and dramatic landscape. It is only 274 km (170 miles) from north to south and 97 km (60 miles) east to west at its shortest points.

There are over 1,200km (750 miles) of coastline – in the south and west Gower, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Cardigan Bay all have wonderful, clean beaches and some surprising marine life.

Visitors to our shores include dolphins, porpoises, basking sharks, Atlantic grey seals and leatherback turtles. Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion are seen as an area of international importance for bottle nosed dolphins, and New Quay in Cardigan Bay has the only summer residence of bottle nosed dolphins in the UK.

The Gower Peninsula was the first area in the whole of the UK to be designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in 1956. There are also several islands off the Welsh mainland, the largest being Ynys Môn(Anglesey) in the northwest.

Shaped by the last Ice Age, some 10,000 years ago, our landscape is mountainous, particularly in north and mid Wales. The highest mountains are in the dark and craggy Snowdonia range in the north, and include Snowdon (Yr Wyddfa), which, at 1085 m (3,560 ft) is the highest peak in Wales.

As you travel south you will notice the landscape becomes much softer, though the hills remain of course. In mid Wales we have the Cambrian Mountains and then moving further south the Brecon Beacons (highest point Pen-y-Fan 886m (2,907ft).

South Wales, where the industrial revolution really took hold, has a very different feel from the rest of Wales, which is generally more rural. Here you will find the steep-sided valleys once home to our coal mines, carved up by rivers like the Rhondda, Taff, Rhymney and Cynon.

Useful links

Welsh Geology and Geography

Welsh (or Cymraeg) is a Celtic language, closely related to Cornish and Breton. The Welsh spoken today is directly descended from the language of the sixth century, and is one of Europe’s oldest living languages.

Basic Welsh Language Phrases

  • – Bore da (Pronounced: Boh-reh dah): Good morning
  • – Prynhawn da (Prin-houn dah): Good afternoon
  • – Nos da (nohs dah): Good night
  • – Croeso i Gymru (Croesoh ee Gum-reeh): Welcome to Wales
  • – Iechyd da! (Yeh-chid dah): Cheers!
  • – Tafarn (Tav-arn): Pub
  • – Diolch (Dee-olch): Thanks
  • – Da iawn (Dah ee-aw-n): Very good

Other Useful Links

BBC Big Welsh Challenge
S4C Welsh learner’s pack
Cardiff University’s Welsh for Adults Centre
Say something in Welsh