Llandysul is a small rural town on the River Teifi. Historically, Llandysul, like many other towns and villages along the Teifi, had a booming wool and textile industry and the town hosted a booming livestock market. However, this closed in 2008 since when Llandysul has seen a decline in its high street premises including the loss of its banks.

With a population of around 1400, over 70% are able to speak Welsh. Llandysul is a picturesque town with lots of green spaces and associated recreational and sporting opportunities.

The town is famous for the salmon and sewin (sea trout), and amongst attractions are the Paddlers Canoe Centre, the Welsh Harp Centre and the annual Llandysul Food Fair. Its twin community, Pont Tyweli lies directly across the Teifi River in Carmarthenshire.

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