100 year old tradition revived

A near 100 year old tradition has been revived as Aberporth celebrated Dydd Iau Mawr today.
In 1929 a bilingual declaration was written, confirming that village Welfare Park belongs to the people of Aberporth.
The handwritten proclamation is meant to be ready out each year on Dydd Iau Mawr - the second Thursday in August.
But over the years the tradition has lapsed - until today when local county councillor Clive Davies read it out at the start of the Dydd Iau Mawr festivities.
Village Hall chairman Mike Harwood said: "It's important to remember the long history of the village hall and welfare council - especially as we are now on the verge of building our new village hall."
Mr Harwood is pictured with Cllr Clive Davies.