An eleven million pound project to renovate Cardigan Castle took a big step forward today. Work began to remove metal structures which have held the castle walls up for almost four decades.
For many locals they've been an eyesore on the 900-year-old site which was the birthplace of the Eisteddfod. The aim is to turn the castle into a community and education centre.
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