Some ten miles further downstream, the River Teifi divides Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion (formerly Cardiganshire) as it winds its way into Cardigan Bay and the Irish Sea. On the Pembrokeshire bank is the large village of St.Dogmaels. Here there is a statue of a mermaid, recalling the tale of a local fisherman, Peregrine, who managed to capture her in his net one day. The mermaid was so upset at being caught that she begged Peregrine to let her go, but he only did so after she promised to give him three warning shouts if his life was ever in danger.
Yes, the 'fish ladder' was provided a few years ago.Interesting architecture and weir there Brian. Is that part in the middle of the weir to help fish get upstream?