Clonc-edigion - The Touring Ceredigion Meet Up


#261

I won’t vote because it would unfairly bias the vote towards the northernmost end of the Cloncedigion territory. I’ll leave you mid-Wales natives to decide location and just come along on the occasions when you meet in Aberystwyth or Machynlleth and I’m able to make the date.


#262

Hi all, been meaning to come along to one of these and hopefully October is the one! I’ve made my vote…hopefully see you all soon :smiley:


#263

OK, Results, voting and so forth - closed.

It seems like the rest of 2018 looks like…

Right, so Crwst in Aberteifi/Cardigan next…

Final question, what are Saturdays like for people?

Saturday 6th October
Saturday 13th October


#264

Saturday 6th October
Saturday 13th October

Either is good for me


#265

I’m away for both so don’t worry about me.


#266

6th is better for me, because the Machynlleth meet up is on Saturday 13th (2nd Saturday of the month).

That way we could do Clonc-edigion 6th October, Machynlleth 13th and Cletwr 20th! :slightly_smiling_face:


#267

6th is better for me too.


#268

Saturday 6th October - Crwst, Aberteifi, Cardigan.
11AM! More info to follow shortly.

This will work out great because I’m actually going to be at the Theatr Mwldan all day on the Friday and Saturday for a conference, so popping over for an hour should be easy :smiley:


#269

I am a new member and unfortunately I will be away on Oct. 6th. I am looking forward to your next meeting


#270

Hi Elizabeth,

Looking forward to seeing you.

We usually meet at the end of a month or in the first week of a month. Always on a Saturday and mostly at 11am


#271

Jyst am bympio (translation needed? :slight_smile: )
Looking forward to seeing those who can make it tomorrow (Sat) in Crwst, Aberteifi/ Cardigan at 11-ish in the morning. :slight_smile:


#272

Looking forward also to seeing everyone!


#273

Sending my apologies, but hope to get there next month!


#274

Nice to see everyone yesterday. I will be popping into Crwst again next time I’m in Cardigan. :+1:t2:


#275

What was Crwst like? I’ve heard people saying it’s nice, but any more detail? Worth me taking Welsh-speaking AirBnB guests to?


#276

It was really nice. Pleasant environment. Good deli selection including Pasteis de Nata (Portuguese custard tarts) Mmmmm :yum:. Good coffee (and probably other hot drinks). Pleasant Welsh-speaking staff. Comfortable seats - it was busy but not “Llawn dop”. Like Mackie, I shall certainly go again.
Here’s their website


#277

I also left @Nicky rather hurriedly without saying goodbye or thanks so, let me explain. We left Crwst together and found ourselves at the Theatr Mwldan (which I’d often visited on Bootcamp) where I just wanted to grab a sandwich for the journey. As we walked in, I realised that it had been taken over by Plaid for their conference. I explained at the reception desk that I wasn’t a member but was looking to buy a sandwich. They pointed me towards the counter. I left Nicky at reception and made a bee-line for the sandwich counter where I found the lady didn’t speak Welsh. :laughing::open_mouth: (Brechdan neis iawn oedd e, beth bynnag / good sandwich anyway)

Anyway, sori cyfaill, diolch a da bo’


#278

…to continue the story. I bumped into Leanne Wood, my old Rhondda friend and I went into the conference and.has a grand time.

@dee I can highly recommend Crwst. It was my 3rd visit and they are great. I good range of food and drink and a really nice Welsh welcome


#279

What @HuwJones and @Nicky said. Lovely place, friendly staff, great food, though it was busy! It’s worth getting there early on a Saturday lunchtime, I think. And they do gin ice cream! What more could you want?


#280

When and where will the next meeting be ? I missed the October meeting at Crwst and am looking forward to the next one.

Diolch