Synonyms for pentyrch or Related words with pentyrch
Examples of "pentyrch"
Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union club based in
RFC is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for the Cardiff Blues.
Before manufacturing tinplates, Melingrifﬁth was a forge, with tin plates, iron plates, wire, and other specialties added later. Eventually, the business was worked in conjunction with the "
Iron Forge, Blast Furnaces, Collieries and Mine Pits", located at
Forge (a scheduled monument), and
Iron Furnace (a scheduled monument), both being parts of
Ironworks, were connected with Melingriffith by the narrow gauge Melingriffith and
Railway (a scheduled monument). Melingrifﬁth's mills held names as "Princess," "Volunteer," "Old Forge," "New Forge," "Fly," and "Turbine,", but were later referred to by numbers.
() is a village and community located on the western outskirts of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales. The village gives its name to a Cardiff local authority electoral ward,
, which covers the village and surrounding area.
At the 2001 census,
contained 3,535 individuals, in 1,358 households.
The access road to
village, Heol Goch, runs between the main and lesser Garth.
Bridgend Town | Cardiff | Croesyceiliog | Newport | Panteg | Penarth |
| St Fagans | Sudbrook | Sully Centurions | Tondu | Usk
Cardiff West: Caerau, Canton, Creigiau/St Fagans, Ely, Fairwater, Llandaff,
, Radyr, Riverside.
Gwaelod-y-garth (Welsh for "Foot of the Garth") is a village in the parish of
, Cardiff in Wales.
2010–present: The Cardiff electoral divisions of Caerau, Canton, Creigiau and St Fagans, Ely, Fairwater, Llandaff,
, Radyr, and Riverside.
hosted its first National/Sunday League Cricket Match, as Glamorgan lost to Northamptonshire, becoming the country's smallest village to do so.
The ward covers the village of St. Fagans and a part of the village of
and the surrounding rural areas.
became the newest addition to the Cardiff unitary authority in 1996. The electoral ward of
falls within the parliamentary constituency of Cardiff West. It is bounded by Rhondda Cynon Taf to the north; and by the wards of Whitchurch & Tongwynlais to the east; Radyr & Morganstown to the southeast; and Creigiau & St. Fagans to the southwest.
was represented by Conservative councillor Craig Williams on Cardiff Council until he stepped down in 2015 following his election to Parliament. A by-election took place on Tuesday 30 June 2015 which despite a 27% swing to Plaid Cymru's Hywel Wigley resulted in a narrow win for Conservative candidate Gavin Hill-John by 18 votes.
ward is part of Cardiff West constituency and represented by the Labour Party in the Houses of Commons and the National Assembly.
In local domestic cricket, the ground is the home venue of
Cricket Club who play in the South Wales Cricket League.
Sport in the village is centred on the
Rugby Football Club. There is also a cricket pitch and other facilities at the club.
The first recorded game took place at
RFC, which Taffs Well RFC duly won by two goals, four tries and seven minors to nil.
In 2007, Davies was awarded an Honorary Fellowship at Cardiff University, the university where he had graduated from. He is the President of
RFC, a rugby club located in the village of
where he now lives. Davies was offered to be appointed to the Order of the British Empire (MBE) but declined because he felt that accepting it would be "against his principles and upbringing".
The school serves a wide area of western Cardiff that includes Culverhouse Cross, Ely, Caerau, Grangetown, Butetown, Riverside (including Pontcanna), Canton, Fairwater (including Pentrebane), Llandaff, Radyr, Creigiau,
, and Gwaelod-y-Garth.
Parc-y-Dwrlyn Ground is a cricket ground in
, Glamorgan. The first recorded match on the ground was in 1993, when Glamorgan played Northamptonshire in a List-A match in the 1993 AXA Equity and Law League.
Williams had represented
ward on City of Cardiff Council from 2008, and had unsuccessfully contested the Cardiff South and Penarth by-election in 2012, coming second to Labour's Stephen Doughty.
The district was abolished in 1996 by the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994, when it was reconstituted, with the addition of
, as the City and County of Cardiff.
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