A small market town in the Teifi Valley,
Tregaron has a timeless air and was the
birthplace in 1812 of non-conformist preacher
Henry Richard, founder the Peace Union.
He is immortalised by a bronze statue sculpted by Albert Toft.
The town was once a meeting place for sheep drovers and is noted for its annual festival of harness racing.
Nearby lies the Cors Caron nature reserve, a wetland peat bog of international importance.
The Welsh version of Robin Hood - Twm Sion Cati – took his first breath in Tregaron and is reputed to have used local mountain caves as hideaways.