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Prifysgol Cymru Y Drindod Dewi Sant

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) was formed on 18 November 2010 through the merger of the University of Wales Lampeter and Trinity University College Carmarthen, under Lampeter’s Royal Charter of 1828. On the 1 August 2013, Swansea Metropolitan University became part of UWTSD.

The University’s Royal Charter is the oldest in Wales and England after the universities of Oxford and Cambridge. In 2011 HRH the Prince of Wales became its Royal Patron.

The aim of the Menter is to encourage and support community, linguistic and economic development for public benefit and create sustainable communities that are naturally bilingual and prosperous.

We operate in an area that extends from Llanybydder to Newcastle Emlyn, to Carmarthen, St Clears and Whitland.

The Menter has been operational in the current format since 2007 when Menter Taf Myrddin and Menter Bro Teifi were amalgamated to form one entity across the area. Whilst the head office is located in Newcastle Emlyn, the Menter has a second office in Carmarthen and we operate as part of a network of Mentrau Iaith (Language Initiatives) across Wales.

Menter Gorllewin Sir Gar
Llywodraeth Cymru

We are working to help improve the lives of people in Wales and make our nation a better place in which to live and work.

The Welsh Government consists of:

The First Minister
Welsh Ministers
The Counsel General
Deputy Ministers.
They are supported by civil servants who work across devolved areas that include key areas of public life such as health, education and the environment.

We aim to be open and responsive to the needs of citizens and communities and are one of the few governments in the world that publishes Cabinet minutes and papers. Responsibility for most key areas of public life including health, education and environment is devolved.

With offices across Wales, including Merthyr Tydfil, Aberystwyth and Llandudno Junction, we are getting closer to the people we serve.

Cymru FM

Cymru FM is a 24/7 online radio platform which allows users to contribute and broadcast their very own radio shows. It’s mainly aimed at Welsh speakers, Welsh learners and those with a keen interest in anything Welsh. It’s open to anyone who’s up for the challenge really.
So, if you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to present your own radio show, why not give it a go? Perhaps you already have an idea for a programme, or want to promote an event in your area. You may even fancy shining a light on your school or college. Now is your chance.
For further information and advice on how to get started, contact Cymru FM.