Welcome to
Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli

Llandysul is the most southerly town in Ceredigion, with the river Teifi forming it’s southern border. On the opposite bank, Pont-Tyweli is one Carmarthenshire’s most northerly villages.  Although the county boundary separates these two settlements, the River Teifi is also what joins them as one community.

Visit Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli

Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli are at the heart of the Teifi Valley, famous for fishingwater sports, and for walking.  Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli achieved Walkers are Welcome status in 2009.  There are hotels, B&Bs and self catering cottages in and around Llandysul.  We are within an easy drive to the beaches of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire, and Carmarthenshire. This is a great spot to explore West Wales.
 

Business Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli

We have a wonderful, eclectic collection of award winning shops, artisans, cafes, and businesses who are essential to our local economy.  See the directory of shops and businesses. Buy Local! 

We are updating our Business Directory, if you would like your business to appear on the website, please go to the Business Directory Contact Form.  The Llandysul & Pont-Tyweli Ymlaen and the Business Group welcomes all members of our business community and currently meets online once a month whilst juggling business with volunteering time to make a positive change to our community.  Email info@dolenteifi.org.uk for details.
 

Be a part of the Community

The community is very active and you can join various clubs, and societies, take part in various sports activities, join art groups, and singing groups. 
 

Volunteering

If you have free time and want to become an integral part of the community, there are plenty of opportunities to volunteer to help with anything from the annual carnival to stewarding at events, to driving the community bus.  There is something to suite all ages and abilities, contact us for details.

If you would like your organisation to appear on the website, please go to the Organisation Directory Contact Form.
 

Youth Activities

The future of our community is our youth and there are many activities in the community from Scouting to Sports, as well as two youth clubs.  Our school is Ysgol Bro Teifi which caters for children from nursery age through to A-levels and was opened in 2016. It was the first purpose-built Welsh-medium all-through school.

We are very proud of our community, it is a great place to live, to work and to visit.
 

Image showing a map of Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli. Click to download PDF and print out.Download the map of Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Here.


 

 


What's On?

19/06/2024: Christmas Fair Organisers' Meeting

Ffair Nadolig LlandysulCyfarfod i drafod Ffair Nadolig Llandysul a'r cylch yn Gwesty'r Porth Nos Fercher Mehefin 19th am 7...

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26/06/2024: Llandysul Memory Cafe

For people with memory problems or dementia, and their carers.
If you do not have a diagnosis but are concerned about your memory, come along and join us for a chat...

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26/06/2024: Llandysul and District Local History Society Meeting

Llandysul Local Histoyr Society logoCymdeithas Hanes Llandysul a'r Fro
Llandysul and District Local History Society

Wednesday 26 June : Farming records of Anne Evans, Highmead, and Joseph Jenkins, Tregaron...

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26/06/2024: Drop in to Learn About Men's Sheds

Men's sheds are a vibrant community space bringing men together to take part in practical activities, learn new skills or simply have a laugh and a chat!

Come along and see what you think
  • Speak to men already involved
  • Have a go at a new skill!
  • Tell us your ideas for a Shed in Llandysul
  • Or just pop in for a cuppa and a slice of cake!
Neuadd Tysul Hall
3pm — 8pm
Wednesday 26 June

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30/06/2024: Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Carnival 2024

Carnival logo Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Carnival

Follow Llandysul and Pont-Tyweli Carnival on Facebook @CarnivalLlandysulCarnifal/

Carnival week will commence on Sunday 30th June with various activities each evening leading up to Carnival Day , which is being held on Saturday 6th July in the Memorial Park...

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Go to the What's on page for all events


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