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Show and tell: Inside Cardigan Castle after restoration

Cardigan Castle will reopen to the local community on Tuesday following a four-year, £12m restoration.

The Ceredigion community campaigned for 15 years to save the site which has been restored into a heritage attraction and events venue, with holiday accommodation and a restaurant.

Restoration work included roof repairs, landscaping and reconstruction of the castle's walls.

The site will open to the general public on Wednesday.

BBC Wales' Matt Murray was shown around the castle by trustee and local historian Glen Johnson.

  • 14 Apr 2015
  • From the section Wales