Most summer visitors to New Quay, enjoying the sun
and the wonderful views across Cardigan Bay's tranquil blue waters,
will not realise how treacherous the seas can become when lashed by
storms. The picturesque coast has jagged cliffs and hidden rocks that
can become very dangerous to sailors when faced with fast changing
weather conditions together with an onshore wind.
Click on the photo for information and news
about the New Quay Lifeboat station, and details of all call-outs since
New Quay Town Council
three months of Council meeting minutes will be
here as soon as they are approved. Council meets on the last
Wednesday of each Month (except August) at the Memorial Hall
7pm. Click on the photo to visit the New Quay Town Council page
The Memorial Hall
The Memorial Hall serves the community in
many ways. Among the activities held there are Council meetings, the
New Quay Country Market, table sales by the Welsh Air Ambulance and
Animal Rescue Ceredigion, Yoga, Dance, Badminton and Snooker. A number
of organisations also hold their meetings there as well as the local
MP's surgeries. Click on the photo for more information.
New Quay Country Market
The New Quay and District Country Market
celebrated twenty five years trading this year. It is a
co-operative organisation enabling local home producers to sell items
directly to the public. These include plants, vegetables, fruit,
flowers, pies and savouries, cakes, eggs, knitted items, card,
photographs and much more. Click on the photo for more information.
Dog / Beach Byelaws
On this page are the local beach byelaws
for allowing dogs on beaches. Click on the photo for more information.
Details of local bus services - 550, X50
and the coastal summer Cardi Bach. Click on the photo for more
The Tides in Cardigan Bay
This page has tables for Cardigan Bay.
Click on the photo for more information.