Synonyms for pontyberem or Related words with pontyberem

trimsaran              waunarlwydd              llandybie              ystradgynlais              penygroes              pencarreg              skewen              pontardawe              cwmllynfell              ystalyfera              resolven              rhydcymerau              tylorstown              llangennech              llansawel              felinfoel              llangadog              beddau              alltwen              llandyfaelog              cwmavon              glyncorrwg              llanybyther              pentyrch              ammanford              tycroes              bettws              penrhiwceiber              llanharan              cilfynydd              trebanos              cilycwm              penllergaer              bargoed              pontarddulais              llannon              glynneath              kidwelly              abercarn              llanon              penclawdd              conwil              garnant              glyncoch              ynysybwl              fardre              penyrheol              ynyshir              pontyclun              dunvant             



Examples of "pontyberem"
Pontyberem Rugby Football Club is a Welsh rugby union team based in Pontyberem, Carmarthenshire. The club is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for the Llanelli Scarlets.
Both primary schools in Pontyberem, Pontyberem Primary School and Bancffosfelen Primary School, are Category A schools where the majority of the curriculum is taught through the medium of Welsh.
He was brought up in Pontyberem and attended Gwendraeth Grammar School.
The community is bordered by the communities of: Llanarthney; Gorslas; Pontyberem; Llangyndeyrn; and Llangunnor, all being in Carmarthenshire.
Arthur Harper Daniels (4 September 1922 – 4 October 2001), born in Pontyberem, was a rugby league footballer.
The name Pontyberem originates from three separate Welsh language words, pont meaning bridge, aber meaning mouth of a river (into the sea), estuary, confluence of a lesser with a larger river and Beran after Nant Beran the river that flows through Pontyberem .
The renowned Pontyberem safety lamps were made by John Jones (1879–1976) who worked as Colliery Chief Mechanic at Pentremawr Colliery.
The constituency includes the whole of 9 Carmarthenshire communities (Kidwelly; Llanedi; Llanelli; Llanelli Rural; Llangennech; Llannon; Pembrey and Burry Port Town; Pontyberem; and Trimsaran).
Llanelli: Bigyn, Burry Port, Bynea, Dafen, Elli, Felinfoel, Glanymor, Glyn, Hendy, Hengoed, Kidwelly, Llangennech, Llannon, Lliedi, Llwynhendy, Pembrey, Pontyberem, Swiss Valley, Trimsaran, Tycroes, Tyisha
The constituency includes the whole of 9 Carmarthenshire communities (Kidwelly; Llanedi; Llanelli; Llanelli Rural; Llangennech; Llannon; Pembrey and Burry Port Town; Pontyberem; and Trimsaran).
The community is bordered by the communities of: Llangunnor; Llanddarog; Pontyberem; Llanelli Rural; Trimsaran; Kidwelly; and Llandyfaelog, all being in Carmarthenshire.
Born as Edna May Squires in her parents' carnival caravan in Pontyberem (about 12 miles from Llanelli), Carmarthenshire, Wales, to a steelworker, Archibald James Squires and his wife, Emily, she wanted a piano as a child. Her mother bought her a ukulele. While working in a tin plate factory, she began to perform professionally as a singer at the age of 16 in the working men's club of Pontyberem.
Amy Rose Roberts (born 24 December 1994) is a Welsh racing cyclist from Pontyberem, Carmarthenshire, Wales, who rides on the track for the Welsh Cycling backed Team USN, and is also sponsored by .
Felinfoel were named champions after a perfect season and were promoted to Division One West along with second placed Carmarthen Athletic. Tumble, Nantymoel and Pontyberem were relegated after finishing in the last three places.
Lee Williams (born 27 October 1986 in Pontyberem, Wales) is a Welsh rugby union footballer who plays at scrum-half for the Scarlets and Wales Sevens, although he played on the wing during the Scarlets' injury crisis in 2008–09.
Pontyberem is a village and community situated in the Gwendraeth Valley halfway between Carmarthen and Llanelli in Carmarthenshire, Wales. As of the 2001 Census, the population was recorded as 2829, reducing to 2,768 at the 2011 Census.
Mynydd Llangyndeyrn and the SSSI are located west of Drefach and north of Pontyberem. The SSSI is approximately east-west and north-south, taking the approximate shape of a horns downwards shallow crescent.
Williams signed for the Scarlets on a professional development contract in March 2006, having previously played for his hometown club, Pontyberem RFC, and UWIC RFC. Williams attended UWIC, studying for a Business Studies degree.
The community of Llannon, contains Llannon village, Tumble and Cross Hands. The community is bordered by the communities of: Gorslas; Llandybie; Llanedi; Llangennech; Llanelli Rural; and Pontyberem, all being in Carmarthenshire.
In 1843 Sguborfawr went before the Merthyr Magistrates for being drunk and disorderly and brawling in the streets. He escaped a prison sentence, but he was soon in front of the Swansea Magistrates on an identical charge. After these encounters with the magistrates Sguborfawr found work in the village of Pontyberem where he was then hired to take part in the Rebecca Riots. His main acts during the riots were the destruction of turnpike gates, and on 25 August he was involved in drunken brawling in Pontyberem. After the riots Sguborfawr began using extortion to gain money from several farmers, stating he would reveal them to be Rebecca Rioters. He was arrested in Tumble in September for shooting a man at the New Inn in Pontyberem, and in December was sentenced to be transported from Britain. Though after his sentence was read, he laughed and revealed the names of some of his criminal associates.