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Population 1,310 
Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Ambulance Welsh
EU Parliament Wales
List of places

Troedyraur is a small village, wider rural community and electoral ward in Ceredigion, Wales. The community consisting of several small villages, the population as of the 2011 UK Census was 1,310.

The village is on a minor road about 3 miles or 5 km to the north of Newcastle Emlyn. Other villages in the Community are Rhydlewis, Ffostrasol, Brongest, Capel Cynon, Coed-y-bryn, Croes-lan, Penrhiwpâl and Llangynllo.

The main river flowing through the community is the Afon Ceri, a tributary of the river Teifi.

There is a hillfort, Dinas Cerdin, and the ruined mansion of Bronwydd.

Troedyraur is represented at the local level by Troed-yr-aur Community Council, which consists of ten community councillors.[1] The ward of Troedyraur also elects one county councillor to Ceredigion County Council.[2]


  1. ^ "Welcome to the Troed-yr-aur Community Council website". Troed-yr-aur Community Council. Retrieved 19 November 2018.
  2. ^ "Ceredigion County Council Election Results 1995-2012" (PDF). The Elections Centre. Retrieved 19 November 2018.
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