Clonc-edigion - The Touring Ceredigion Meet Up


Hi Ingrid,

Just bring yourself!


will do… :slight_smile: thank you!


Hi Ingrid,

Excellent news! The cafe is about a minutes drive out of Tregaron town. It’s a great place and a superb find by Huw!




@Ingrid.L - see my offer of a lift on your other thread :slight_smile:


We now have participants from Italy, Germany and Sweden for our Cloncedigion birthday! There’s still time for people to plan their travel from other countries to get in on the act…


I will be travelling up from Pembs and through Cardigan for this SuperClonc. If anyone would like a lift on route or off route just ask, it won’t be a problem. :black_flag:󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿


We now have participants from Italy, Germany and Sweden

That delights me (on this of all days).


Seeing other threads, it seems there’s an interest to speak also a little bit of Italian and Beaufort, in the occasion (besides the one and only official language, Cymraeg of course) :smiley::wink: @sabine @Ingrid.L @HuwJones


Mi piacerebbe siarad Beaufort-ese tidy like. :laughing:


Benissimo! Dw i’n barod a imparare il Beaufortese! :smiley:


Excellent news.

Italian - I know about enough to buy a coffee!
German - I know about enough to get drunk with them!
Swedish - I learned a fair bit of it as part of a weird “Learn Swedish in 1 week” YouTube video!!

Looking forward to this!


No German, :face_with_hand_over_mouth: does dim cofi German!!! Italian not much better but spend many happy hols in your home land!


Same here, I live of the Horeb to Lampeter road, near Drefach, and will go through Lampeter up to Tregaron, not the A478!!! Never liked that road…….


I am really sorry that I won’t be able to come to Tregaron after all.
My husband was taken into Glangwili hospital on Sunday night with pneumonia and although he is improving, obviously I will need to be with him…
Have a great Birthday Meet up. Very
Best wishes


Very sorry to hear that - I hope he makes a full recovery very soon. I was looking forward to meeting you - but next time, hopefully!


Diolch Bronwen ,I was looking forward to meeting you too. My husband was a rugby player and former P E teacher. He is not used to being ill,but he is having very good treatment in Glangwili. He said he had so many needles in his arms, he felt like a voodoo doll.
Hwyl am y tro


Sorry to hear that, but good to know he’s getting better!


Sorry to hear that Beth. I hope he soon makes a full recovery. If you need anything, just shout :slight_smile:


I’m very sorry to hear about your husband’s illness and wish him a speedy recovery.