Lampeter is a historic market and University town at the western edge of the Cambrian Mountains and in the heart of the Teifi Valley, Ceredigion, Wales. We are a small town, with a population of 2,970 in 2011 and home to the University of Wales Trinity St David, the Welsh Quilt Centre and one of Wales’ oldest rugby clubs. We are part of Y Fro Gymraeg, meaning that Welsh is a community language here with an Eisteddfod and our own papur bro, Clonc.


  • Lampeter Stallion Show – Saturday 22nd Aprill
  • Lampeter Agricultural Show – Date to follow
  • Lampeter Food Festival – Saturday 29th July
  • Eisteddfod Pantyfedwen – August 26, 27 & 28

Community Information (external)

Public Notice

  • If you have any issues or complaints that you need to raise with Ceredigion County Council, please use the following contact details: 01545 570881 clic@ceredigion.gov.uk

Lampeter Warm Spaces


4 Drovers Road,


SA48 7AT

Unlimited tea and coffee throughout the day. A variety of activities and access to the internet.  

Monday to Friday

9.30 -15.30

Louise Jenkins
St Thomas’ Methodist Church,

St Thomas’ Street,


SA48 7DQ

Coffee morning, tea, coffee and biscuits. A warm and welcoming and social space. Tuesday 10.00 – 12:00 Revd Flis Randall
Longwood Community Woodland

Longwood Centre

Llanfair Clydogau


SA48 8NE

Longwood community woodland visitor centre is open and heated during the opening times below.

On Tuesdays there is a wellness session held on the Forest School site, a warm lunch is cooked on fire.

Monday Wednesday, Friday and Saturday

10:00 – 16:00

Robert Joyce
Lloyd Thomas Hall

Trinity Saint David University


SA48 7ED

Free tea and coffee. Users will be asked to register during their first visit to the Space so that we can provide a warm food voucher at a discount for them to use in Cafe 1822 on the campus. Open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday 10:00 – 15:00