The First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones officially opened the £12 million tourist attraction – Cardigan Castle.
Cardigan Castle is an ancient monument and situated in the heart of the town in Cardigan. The 900 year old site is the birthplace of the Eisteddfod in 1176, it has been restored as a multi functional facility for community and recreational use as well as for learning. There will be luxury accomodation for hire, a heritage centre with education facilities and a restaurant.
Cyfle is proud to announce that a number of Cyfle Shared Apprentices worked on the restoration with Major Contract Holder Andrew Scott Ltd, Andrew Scott Ltd is based in Margam and is Wales’s oldest Construction Company.
Pictured in the photo from left to right Chris Roles, Business Development Manager at Andrew Scott’s, Mark Bowen, Managing Director of Andrew Scott Ltd, Thomas Reed, Plumbing Cyfle Shared Apprentice, Paul Falzon, Placement Co-ordinator Cyfle Building Skills, Carwyn Jones, The First Minister of Wales, Anthony Rees, Regional Manager Cyfle Building Skills, Joshua Lloyd Roby, Bricklaying Cyfle Shared Apprentice, Gareth, Andrew Scott and Mark Davies, Andrew Scott Ltd