£743,345 has been given to breathe new life into Cardigan Castle, which has been run-down in recent years. The money will be spent on exhibitions, shops, a restaurant and education activities.
It's the last piece of funding for an £11 million refurbishment of the castle. Jann Tucker, chair of Cadwgan Building Preservation Trust, said: “This award fires the starting gun for what will be the most important development in the town for centuries. It is great news for the castle and the town."
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