1 - 2 of 2 businesses for sale

Children's Home - Medical and Educational - Dyfed

Asking Price: £1,200,000
Turnover:  £520,000
Location: Wales

Very successful residential children's home for sale, registered with CSSIW for three young people between ages of 10-18, with weekly fees of £3,500. Large three-bedroom house (with separate office and staff sleeping in rooms) in 2.5 acres of surrounding land, set in a semi-rural location with good..

Ready Mixed Concrete, Aggregate & Sand - Building and Construction - Carmarthenshire

Asking Price: £700,000
Turnover:  £1,700,000
Location: Wales

Founded more than 30 years ago by the current owner and specialises in supplying ready mixed concrete, building aggregate and sand to both domestic and commercial customers within a delivery radius of circa 30 miles of its Carmarthenshire premises. Over the years, it has gained a reputation for prov..

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Local information: Dyfed, Wales

Dyfed was one of the ancient kingdoms of Wales prior to the Norman Conquest. It was united with the neighbouring kingdom of Seisyllwg in the 10th century, under the rule of Hywel Dda, the boundaries of the new kingdom roughly corresponding to the modern preserved county of Dyfed.

The modern county was created by the Local Government Act 1972 on 1 April 1974 and covered the former counties of Cardiganshire, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, being divided into local government districts. In 1996 the county was broken up once again, under the Local Government Act (Wales) 1994, and the ancient counties of Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire were restored. The name Dyfed was retained for purely ceremonial purposes such as Lieutenancy and is not used for geographical or postal purposes.

The region is famous for the rugged coastline of Pembrokeshire, and the fertile agricultural lands of Carmarthenshire, which have led to its being known as the ‘Garden of Wales’.