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Ceredigion Division

About Ceredigion

Ceredigion is one of the largest rural counties in Wales. It has a strong and expanding Welsh culture, with over 60% of the population Welsh-speaking. Its resident population currently stands at 71,000 but an estimated 850,000 visitors per summer season boost this figure annually. In addition the county hosts two universities, one at Aberystwyth and the other at Lampeter. These establishments cater for some 10,000 students each year.

The geographical layout of the division comprises of three large centres of population with Aberystwyth in the north, Lampeter at the eastern end and Cardigan in the south. The remainder is made up of towns and villages scattered along the main road systems within the county and large expanses of sparsely populated rural areas.

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Remember – please call 999 in an emergency.
If your enquiry is not an emergency, please call our non-emergency number – 101.

Tue 15 Jul 2014 Theft of Canoe Mwnt Beach Cardigan 09.07.14
Cardigan Rural
Mon 07 Jul 2014 Vulnerable Vehicles - Keep it Hidden
Mon 07 Jul 2014 Fatal road traffic collision Borth 05.07.14
Mon 23 Jun 2014 Road Traffic Collision A487 near Llanarth Ceredigion
New Quay and Aberaeron
Mon 23 Jun 2014 Llangybi Neighbourhood Watch Meeting
Wed 18 Jun 2014 Fatal RTC A44 update
Wed 18 Jun 2014 Update to fatal RTC on the A44 yesterday
Tue 17 Jun 2014 Update - RTC on the A44
Tue 17 Jun 2014 Serious RTC A44