Lampeter, known in Welsh as Llambed, which is an abbreviation of Llanbedr Pont Steffan (St Peter's by Stephen's Bridge). As a university and market town,
Lampeter has an interesting history. Until the 1970s it was a centre for
religious training for priests and today it is the smallest university town in the
with around 1,500 students.
beautiful Ceredigion countryside – places to visit include Denmark Farm
Conservation Centre with wildlife trails, birdhides plus craft and eco
The Romans once mined for gold at Pumpsaint, near Lampeter at a site now managed by the National Trust and open to visitors who can try their hand at
panning for gold.