Aberystwyth will be the proud host on the 31st of October to a Victory Shield historic match at 7.45pm in Aberystwyth Football field. Entrance will be free for children and £5 for adult. The event is sponsored by Aberystwyth Town Council.
The Wales squad includes:-
Kelland Absalom (Cardiff City), Rhys Williams (Bury), Aaron Lewis (Swansea City), Jack Challis (Birmingham City), Sam Williams (Cardiff City), Ryan Harrington (Everton), Joe McNulty (Bristol City), Elijah Chilekwa (Bristol City), Nyasha Mwamuka (The New Saints), Nathan Broadhead (Everton), Liam Cullen (Swansea City), Jack Evans (Swansea City), Keiran Evans (Swansea City), Morgan Jones (Crewe Alexandra), Rhys Abbruzzese (Cardiff City), Ben Keating (Peterborough United), Tyler Roberts (West Bromwich Albion), Cameron Coxe (Cardiff City).
This may be your only chance to see these players before they go to the Premiership teams.
Support your country/ Cefnogwch eich gwlad.
Mewn cydweithrediad a : –
Welsh Football Trust
Is-etholiad Bronglais ar y 7fed o Dachwedd. Bydd 3 ymgeisydd a Lucy Huws yn sefyll ar ran y Blaid. Dywedwch wrth bawb!
Bronglais by-election held on the 7th of November. There are 3 candidates and Lucy Huws is standing on behalf of Plaid Cymru. Please tell everybody!
There were a few interesting planning permissions in front of the Town Council last night including plans for development of the bandstand.
The plans are described in the application as, “a new two-storey public performance space and restaurant building”. They include, on the top floor, a 72-seat cafe/restaurant with an outside balcony containing a further 29 seats. The ground floor is a 150-seat public performance space, with room to also walk around the outside and a public toilet. The development will be funded by the Welsh Government as part of Aberystwyth’s Regeneration Area status.
Any objections need to be noted to Ceredigion County Council before the next planning committee meeting will be held on Wednesday 13 of November 2013 at 10am in Penmorfa, Aberaeron.