Tivyside Advertiser

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Tivy-Side Advertiser
TypeWeekly newspaper
Format Tabloid
EditorSteve Adams
Founded~1866 (as Cardigan and Tivyside Advertiser)
Headquarters Haverfordwest, Pembrokeshire
CountryWest Wales, United Kingdom
Circulation 2,625(as of 2022) [1]
Website Tivy-Side Advertiser

The Tivy-Side Advertiser [2] is a Welsh newspaper that serves the Cardigan, Newcastle Emlyn, the Teifi Valley regions and parts of Pembrokeshire in West Wales. It is published by Newsquest weekly in print with an online edition. The editor in 2018 was Steve Adams, [3] while Welsh post-punk singer Richard 'Fflach' Jones of the band Ail Symudiad used to work at the paper as a printer. [4]

The newspaper was launched in or before 1866 as the Cardigan & Tivyside Advertiser. [5]

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  1. "Tivy-Side Advertiser". Audit Bureau of Circulations (UK). 22 February 2023. Retrieved 10 May 2023.
  2. "latest news, sport and info from Ceredigion". Tivyside Advertiser. 1 January 1970. Retrieved 23 August 2022.
  3. "Tivyside Advertiser - Contact" . Retrieved 27 September 2014.
  4. "'Another very dark day for Cardigan' as death announced of 'Richard Fflach'".
  5. "GENUKI: Cardigan" . Retrieved 27 September 2014.