01 October 2013
'Remarkable' donkey raised the alarm!
By Cambrian News 2nd October 2013
By BBC News 11th July 2013
Congratulations - Alan Cole
By Village News June 2013
Manic Street Preacher composes art-house film soundtrack
By Nathan Blake 3rd May 2013
Volunteers are needed to help the RNLI save lives at sea in Borth, Ceredigion.
By RNLI Borth 24th March 2013
Borth: Flood defence second phase work set to begin
By BBC News 26th March 2013
Borth in Spar Two bid
By County Times
Published by: Gavin Grosvenor 14th February 2013
Big Lottery Fund Wales
By Big Lottery Fund 21st January 2013
Government grant approved for Welsh coastline protection
By The Engineer 21st September 2012
Local communities donate £2,126.75 in Borth RNLI Flag Week
Lifeboats News Release 18th September 2012 By Dave Reynolds
Shropshire body boarder, 16, rescued from sea in Borth
By BBC 28th August 2012
Borth and Aberdovey RNLI lifeboats rescue dinghy sailor two miles off shore
Lifeboats News Release 13th August 2012 By Dave Reynolds
Olympic Torch Relay Times
By BBC19th May 2012
Wildlife Explorer weekend in Wales
Press Release 16th May 2012
Two women go on a thousand mile bike ride for Amnesty international
Press Release 4th May 2012
Ceredigion County Council Election 2012 - Results
By Ceredigion County Council 4th May 2012
Peace of mind for Borth residents as flood defence opens
By Royal Haskoning 14th March 2012
Ancient footprints found in peat at Borth beach
By University of Wales Trinity St David 15th March 2012
Minister opens new £13m flood defence scheme at Borth
By Welsh Government 8th March 2012
Borth Coastal Defence Progress
By ASR 16th February 2012
Providing Coastal Protection for Borth, Wales
By Alice Johnson
The Chapman Family Cover Morrissey "Everyday is like Sunday"
By Clashmusic 20th December 2011
Borth coastal defences 'already preventing floods'
By BBC NEWS 9th December 2011
Extra £2m announced for Welsh flood defence schemes
Borth Community Council's Dog Fouling Campaign
New artists show at Albany Gallery’s Christmas exhibition
Parking ‘free-for-all’ in Aberystwyth to end
By Daily Post North Wales
Village’s £12m coastal defence project puts surfers on the crest of a wave
By Rachael Misstear, Western Mail Monday 14th November 2011
Rhyder Cup Legacy Course
By Clwb Borth & Ynyslas Golf Club
Success of Rachel’s Organics based on belief and commitment says firm’s founder
by Rachael Misstear, Western Mail Thursday 13th October 2011
Welcome to Borth the best place in Wales to raise children
by Clare Hutchinson, Western Mail. Monday 26th September 2011
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Lifeboats News Release.
By Dave Reynolds, Volunteer Press Officer. Monday 19th September 2011
PLAYING FIELDS DOG BAN.
By BSPFA & BUFC Monday 19th September 2011
There are very good reasons for the ban on dogs anywhere on the Playing fields grounds. We know that most dog owners are conscientious about picking up after their dogs, but unfortunately there are a few people who won’t, so we have to ban all dogs.
Health & Safety
Dog faeces carry germs/parasites which can affect children’s brains and even make them blind. Also if someone gets dog faeces in an open wound it can very easily cause Septicemia, which can kill if not attended to early enough. In the Borth Football Team, we know this all too well as a few years ago one of the team was lucky not to lose his leg to Septicemia after he fell in dog mess on the field.
Football League Rules
The Referee inspects the pitch and surrounding area before every game. If he/she finds any dog faeces the game will be cancelled immediately. Since the members of Borth Football Team are serious about their game, we therefore do not wish to risk missing out on games and points.
For these reasons we have ‘No Dogs’ signs at the entrances to the Playing Fields, so would whoever keeps defacing/removing the signs kindly desist? It is costing the rest of the village money to keep replacing them.
Issued On behalf of Borth Sports & Playing Fields Association and Borth United Football Club
Sand lizards bred at Chester Zoo return to Ynyslas
Fri 2nd September 2011
Cambrian Mountains Society
30th August 2011
Borth Beach, Paramotoring April 2011
Breathtaking views of Borth & Ynyslas Beach from the air. By Aquanautical
Bridging the rural digital divide in Borth and Ynyslas
Borth and Ynyslas is the site of a new project that aims to develop digital services such as Google Maps used in urban settings for rural locations. The £935,000 Bridging The Rural Divide initiative will allow locals and visitors to upload and download data about the area. This information will then be accessed by people through mobile phones, on-line or on visitor centre displays. The 18-month programme includes local groups taking part in workshops.
If anyone is interested in getting involved, or finding out more please get in touch
Alan Chamberlain, Bridging the Rural Divide Project.
BOTTLE & PAPER BANK
There is now a Bottle and Paper Bank on the Car Park opposite Brynowen Holiday Park.
JIMI HENDRIX'S WELSH EXPERIENCE
Borth – a tiny fishing village for which the phrase ‘one-horse town’ would be pushing it – was surely too far off the beaten track even for him.
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