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This was seven times as many vessels as Cardiff and three times as many as Swansea. By mid-century, it was connected with the Welsh rail network but its harbour was obstructed by a sand bar that made it dangerous for vessels over tons burden except during the high spring tides. Rural industries and craftsmen were an important part of life in a country town. Information recorded in Trade Directories show that in there were Thirteen boot makers , three bakers , one miller , four blacksmiths , seven carpenters , two coopers , six tailors , five dressmakers and milliners , two straw hat makers, two weavers , three curriers , three saddlers , two whitesmiths , four glaziers , five maltsters, two printers , two tanners and one stonemason.
The Guildhall with open ground behind was built during —60; erected on the site of the old grammar school, a house and a coach-house owned by Abraham Morgan. The decline of the port was hastened by the coming of the railway in Plans for dredging came to nothing.
A new jeans manufacturer opened in , employing some of the original staff  and in became globally recognised for its connection with Meghan Markle. In , Cardigan Castle became the site of the first competitive Eisteddfod.
Cardigan also hosted the National Eisteddfod of Wales in and The castle was for many years privately owned and became run down and derelict. The town council itself showed little interest in saving it. However, a group of volunteers and the local Catholic priest, Seamus Cunane, working separately, did raise its profile. Ceredigion County Council bought it in The castle underwent restoration in The castle is open to the public.
Cardigan is predominantly a Welsh language speaking community. In the community, together with the Welsh Language Board , set up a language action plan designed to provide opportunities for people of all ages to get together to speak Welsh.
Cardigan is the second largest town in Ceredigion with 4, inhabitants ,  reducing slightly to 4, at the census. Cardigan is an ancient borough which had its own municipal council from the early nineteenth century. In , Cardiganshire County Council was formed although the former county town was rarely the venue for its meetings. Levi James, one of the town's two inaugural county councillors, was immediately made an alderman and became the second chairman of the Council.
Cardigan is a significant regional administrative centre for West Wales. Cardigan Town Council comprises thirteen councillors who represent the local community. Following the election the Council was unique in Wales for having a female majority seven women, six men. Until , traders in Cardigan were represented by the Chamber of Commerce. Cardigan Traders' Group was set up in that year, attracting half of the members of the Chamber of Commerce.
In and , the town undertook a coordinated programme of building works sympathetically restoring many of the shop facades in the town centre.
The quayside has been rebuilt with a new civic area and landing stage. Cardigan was named one of the best places to live in Wales in The town has a hospital, college, modern arts centre with three-screen cinema , theatre and recently refurbished 19th century guildhall housing market stalls; for shopping there are supermarkets and town centre shops and several trading estates. Cardigan's college, Coleg Ceredigion , is located north of the town centre and educates full-time and 2, part-time students in both Welsh and English languages, and is Ceredigion's only further education college.
The school educates more than pupils. There is a leisure centre in the grounds of the college offering sport and fitness facilities, and a swimming pool and leisure complex a registered charity opened in  in Napier Street. There is also a very well equipped public library that stocks new books, magazines and newspapers in various formats. It has free wifi and access to computers. The library is situated in 'Canolfan Teifi' near the guild hall and corn exchange. Cardigan Golf Club is a 6,yard 18 hole clifftop course at Gwbert , north of the town.
The current clubhouse was opened in but the links course originated with 9 holes in Moorings in the River Teifi are under the control of Afon Teifi Fairways  and there is some deepwater mooring on the south bank downstream of the old bridge. Other midstream moorings exist from Cardigan downstream to the estuary and there are occasional slipways on both sides of the river. There is an activity centre by the old bridge for kayaking in the river when tide and river conditions permit.
Cardigan Lifeboat Station is situated on Poppit Sands in the Teifi estuary, having been operational since apart from the period Its boathouse and shop are open to the public during the summer months. Barley Saturday, an agricultural event, has been held in the town on the Saturday following the last Friday in April since the 19th century. Historically the farmers from the surrounding area would come to the town to hire workers and to inspect stallions that are put out to stud.
In modern times the horses have become the centre of attention. After judging, the horses are paraded through the town followed by vintage tractors, cars and motorbikes. The A provides links to the northeast and southwest; the A south to Narberth and Tenby and the A southeast to Swansea. A bypass was constructed to the southeast of the town in —90, including a new concrete bridge Priory Bridge over the River Teifi.
Bus services link Cardigan with most nearby towns and villages in Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire. Cardigan railway station was the terminus of the Whitland and Cardigan Railway , opened on 31 August The line, previously known as the Whitland and Taff Vale Railway, and later familiarly as the Cardi Bach, was built between and With the extension to Cardigan opening in , operations were taken over by the Great Western Railway.
The railway station closed to passengers prior to the Beeching Axe on 10 September but remained open to goods traffic until 27 May After that, the station remained open as a coal depot until April , staffed by British Railways staff until November Bundle Up For Her.
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