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Born at Tregaron in the 16th Century, Twm Sion Cati - real name Thomas Jones - had a reputation as a highwayman and outlaw, and is thought to have lived in a cave on a hill above the town. Sometimes described as the 'Welsh Robin Hood', he supposedly only robbed the rich, though he was not known for giving to the poor. This wood statue of Twm Sion Cati, in the centre of Tregaron, was unveiled in May 2009 to mark the 400th Anniversary of his death.

Twm Sion Cati statue, Tregaron
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