8–14 May

  • 14 1963 (Tues.) Walt Disney’s Nikki Wild Dog of the North (U) on in the Pav
  • 13 1966 (Fri.) New Bowling Green blessed.
  • 12 1897 (Tues.)  Intermediate School: laying memorial stones in the front wall of the new Intermediate School. 5 stones were laid by Mrs Morgan Richardson, Noyaddwilym, Mrs (Dr) Phillips, Bank House, Mrs W Lewis, Lloyds Bank, Mr W J Williams, Mayor, Revd John Williams, Bethania, chairman of school governors.
  • 11 1904 (Wed.) Annie Myfanwy Morris, High St., 12 years old, daughter of M Morris.
  • 10 1687 (Tues.) Good Behaviour of Cardigan took a load of oats, one barrel of ale and one runlet of salmon to London.
  • 9 1994 (Llun.) Dinner in Castle Martin to celebrate Cylch Cinio Aberteifi’s 21 year birthday.
  • 9 1953 (Sat.) Opening ceremony of the Netpool by Roderic Bowen and Col Harewood Williams
  • 9 1860 (Wed.) Borough Surveyor was instructed to put up an oak post to the turnstile beyond Netpool Well. The turnstile was popularly known as Barney’s Gate. Mr Barnaschoni , watchmaker and jeweller lived at top of St Mary’s St., took a daily walk to Netpool.
  • 9 1653 (Mon.) Cardigan Town Council came into operation.
  • 8 1946 (Wed.) Reopening of Capel Mair vestry after refurbishment.
  • 8 1922 (Mon.) First operation performed at Cardigan Hospital by Sir John Lynn Thomas on an 18 year old St Dogmaels man. The operation saved his life.
  • 8 1879 (Thurs.) Hope Chapel foundation stone laid at 3.00 p.m by David Davies MP. Devotional service conducted by Rev Dr Rees, Swansea.

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