News from Trefeurig
Queen's Anniversary Prize to 'IBERS' (20-11-2009)Aberystwyth University has been awarded the Queen?s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education. The announcement was made on Wednesday 18 November at a special reception at St James?s Palace by the Founder and Chairman of the Royal Anniversary Trust, Robin Gill CVO.
The Award acknowledges the work of scientists at the Institute of Biological, Environmental and Rural Sciences (IBERS) who have successfully combined fundamental research on plant genetics with plant breeding techniques to develop commercially viable plant varieties that go some way towards meeting the challenges of food supply, water and energy security, and environmental sustainability which are facing communities across the world.
Local success at Bala Eisteddfod 2009 (09-08-2009)Congratulations to Mared Emyr Pugh-Evans on winning the Harp Solo under 16 and to Lisa Healy for coming second in the Elfed Lewys Memorial Competition.
Click on 'more' in order to listen to Lisa's performance on the BBC website.
Traffic queues (13-07-2009)A bus tries to turn right towards Bow Steet and creates traffic chaos 5.00 p.m. Wednesday 1 July 2009.
Ceredigion Sports Council (1) (09-07-2009)Jonathan Evans won his award for his contribution to football.
Debbie Jenkins has been coaching with Penrhyn-coch club for 5 years, and runs 3 teams - the under 14s, under 16s girls, and Penrhyn-coch thirds men's senior team.
Ceredigion Sports Council (2) (09-07-2009)Derfel Reynolds, Jonathan Evans and Debbie Jenkins won awards in a special ceremony at Cardigan recently.
Congratulations to Derfel Reynolds for winning his award for outstanding contribution to sport for the disabled.