Go to: http://www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk Crowed sings national anthems before the game betweem Wales Vs Australia, November 2008. Wales defeated Australia for the second time in three years, with a score of Wales 21-18 Australia.
Go to: http://www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk Delilah sung by the Welsh crowed before the game betweem Wales Vs Australia, November 2008. Wales defeated Australia for the second time in three years, with a score of Wales 21-18 Australia.
Go to: http://www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk Crowed sing Land Of My Fathers at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on November 29th 2008. This was one one of the pre match warm up songs for very one to enjoy and sing along to.
Go to: www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk/museum.shtml Filmed in a reconstruction of a cardiganshire cottage of about 1850. Related links: museum.ceredigion.gov.uk The museum displays objects of all ages from the county of Ceredigion (Cardiganshire). Displays are of the Victorian period and later and include: Virtual tour, Plans of the coliseum, Agriculture, Archaeology, Ceramics, Chemist's, Clocks, Coins, Coliseum museum aberystwyth, Conservation and restoration, Costume, Cottage, Dairy, Death in victorian times display, Dentist's, Domestic, Education, Eisteddfod, Furniture, Geology, Hafod house, Hunting, shooting and fishing, Lapidary, Lead mining, Lighting, Mementos, Natural history, Quilts, Radio and television, Reconstruction of a cardiganshire cottage about 1850, Religious objects, Seafaring, Slate enamelling, Taxidermy, Tourism, Toys, Transport, Treen, Victorian costume, Weaving, Weights and measures, Worthington pictures
Go to: http://www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk Raglan Castle built in the fifteenth-century by Sir William ap Thomas and his son William Herbert, later remodelled by William Somerset the third earl of Worcester, 1549-89. Despite attempts of demolition during the Civil War, much of the hexagonal-shaped Great Tower and state apartments still survive today. View more picture of Raglan Castle here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aberystwyth-online/sets/72157606903583898/
Go to: http://www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk Castell Coch is a late nineteenth-century 'fairytale'-style castle, whch was built on medieval remains. Castell Coch was designed for the third marquess of Bute by William Burges. The interior is lavishly decorated and furnished in the Victorian Gothic style; a Romantic vision of what a castle in the Middle Ages would have looked. View photos of Castell Coch here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/aberystwyth-online/sets/72157606862533491/
Go to: http://www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk One of the largest medieval fortresses in Britain certainly Wales. The immense size of this castle covering (1.2 hectares), makes it the largest in Britain after Windsor. Begun in 1268 by the Anglo-Norman marcher lord, Gilbert de Clare. Concentrically planned, the rings of stone and water defences are formidable. The Castle is famous for its 'leaning tower', standing at 15 metres high and leaning 10 degrees out of true vertical, after being blowen up in the Civil War. The impressive Great Hall is now used for various functions and weddings.
Caer Gybi a small Roman fortlet located at the centre of Holyhead within the county of Anglesey, which was once in the Roman province of Britannia. The three-walled fort, with it's fourth side fronting the sea is probably the site of a quay, thought to be part of a late 4th century build, associated with Segontium in Caernarfon, which was formed to defend the west coast of Wales against Irish sea-raiders. In the 6th century, the fort was given to Saint Cybi who founded a monastery on the site. The Church of St Cybi stands within the walled fort today. Holyhead (Welsh Caergybi) is name after the fort.
Beaumaris Castle, located in Beaumaris, Anglesey, was built as part of King Edward I's campaign to conquer North Wales. It was designed by James of St. George and work begun in 1295, but was never completed. Beaumaris has been designated as a World Heritage Site, regarded by some to be the most architecturally perfect castle in Britain. Produced by: www.aberystwyth-online.co.uk
The annual one day event took place on the 13 July 2008 at Rheidol Riding Centre, riders from the local area came to the livery early in the morning to prepare there horses. The one day event included dressage, show jumping and cross-country for all ages and abilities, points, penalty points and timed sections in each of the disciplines decided the over all winner for beginner, novice and intermediate classes, where rosettes were given to 1st 2nd and 3rd place.