Get daily updates directly to your inbox Subscribe Thank you for subscribingWe have more newsletters Show me See our privacy notice Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Three decades ago, the lives of more than men changed forever. Back row left to right: We remember the good times. It was one of six pits in the valley. In the s, it merged with the Ffaldau Colliery in Pontycymmer, which saw the closure of the Pontycymmer access shaft. But the seam was still mined, meaning workers going underground at Blaengarw endured a one to two-mile walk to reach the coal face.
Excavations have been undertaken on Iron Age settlements close to the parish. A Roman road is thought to have existed between the villages of Harrold, Carlton and Stevington, and various pieces of Roman pottery and rare, enamelled Roman brooches have been discovered in the fields. Our village of Carlton is the most southerly in England bearing the name and therefore indicates how far south the Vikings came.
Carlton is mentioned in the Domesday Book as Carletone. William the Conqueror gave land in the parish to his niece, Countess Judith, and a deer park to his stepbrother, the Bishop of Bayeux.
BUGTER GRABS FINAL OVERALL VICTORY, GHYS WINS DRAMATIC LAST STAGE OF RÁS TAILTEANN. On what was a highly dramatic final lap of racing in Skerries, Robbe Ghys (Belgian National Team) won the last stage in the Rás Tailteann, while Luuc Bugter (Netherlands Delta Cycling X) snatched the yellow jersey from longtime leader Cyrille Thiery (Switzerland National Team).
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He met his wife, Ladene, while at Berkeley and they were married in Upon graduation, he attended dental school in San Francisco. It was at this time that Hudson got involved with Cal Rugby, first as a player, and then as their freshman coach. He went on to be the head coach of the Cal Golden Bears for 36 seasons, His record was unprecedented and remains unrivaled, with wins, 84 losses and 23 ties. In addition to competing against domestic clubs and collegiate teams, Hudson led the bears to competed against some of the greatest international competition.
A derelict, short upriight tower stands near Mount Pleasant Farm of the edge of an escarpment at an elevation of feet. This is the remains of a type of primitive, shorter, parallel-sided windmill (similar to ones across the channel in Somerset).
Top of tower of Caledonia Road Church, Gorbals A very early reference to Gorbals is contained in a charter dated referring to a wooden bridge opposite Stockwell Street, then known as Fishergate. The original small settlement in the lands of Gorbals was named “Bridgend”, derived from its proximity to the bridge. The bridge fell into decay around and was pulled down a decade later to be replaced by the first stone bridge.
The ‘lands of St Ninian’s Croft’ in Gorbals had a leper hospital dedicated to the saint of that name dating back to Gorbals was acquired by the Elphinstone family in , and the district was made into a “Burgh of Barony and Regality” in On his death, the lands passed into the hands of Lord Belhaven. In an Act of Parliament was passed, annexing the lands of Gorbals and town of Bridgend to the city for ecclesiastical purposes.
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How it played out: The platforms for attacks were five category three climbs, namely the Hill of Allen km He was caught very soon afterwards, but soon afterwards three others started chasing. After 21 kilometres the chasers were 30 seconds back, with the peloton close by. They were caught soon afterwards. The main field was 58 seconds behind then.
Jeffers realised that it was impossible to catch eight riders solo and sat up. He was caught after several minutes and, in Kilcock after 42 kilometres, the break was two minute and forty seconds ahead. This gap remained constant for a long time afterwards. White took the category 3 climb of Plukhimin km Four kilometres later, at kilometre 92, the gap was two minutes and ten seconds, and this dropped to one minute 57 seconds.
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It features a bandstand , pitch-and-putt golf course, a lido swimming pool dubbed the National Lido of Wales , tennis courts, lawn bowls greens, a football pitch , a cricket pitch , and memorials to the war dead of Pontypridd and to the composers of the Welsh national anthem. It has also hosted festivals and music concerts, including the annual Ponty’s Big Weekend festival. Pontypridd is home to Pontypridd Rugby Football Club , one of Wales’ most notable rugby union clubs, with a successful junior rugby and Age-grade sections that frequently contributes players to the national team.
Pontypridd Bowls Club play in the top division in the Cynon Valley, Mid Glamorgan and the Cardiff League having been promoted in all 3 divisions following the season.
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Transport Links Swansea is approximately 45 minutes from Cardiff Wales’s capital city which is easily accessible via the M4. Bus and train transport is excellent Cardiff less than 1 hour and London less than 3 hours by rail – the train stops at Neath and Port Talbot and Bridgend en route. There is an international airport at Cardiff.
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Every prisoner of war camp in the UK mapped and listed
Norman invasion of Wales and Wales in the Late Middle Ages The southern and eastern parts of Great Britain lost to English settlement became known in Welsh as Lloegyr Modern Welsh Lloegr , which may have referred to the kingdom of Mercia originally and which came to refer to England as a whole. His sons in turn would found three principal dynasties Aberffraw for Gwynedd, Dinefwr for Deheubarth and Mathrafal for Powys.
Rhodri’s grandson Hywel Dda r. Maredudd’s great-grandson through his daughter Princess Angharad Gruffydd ap Llywelyn r.
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Moriah Chapel, Kenfig Hill c. In there was a 6 month coal stike which was only brought to a halt when the miners were literally starved back to work. The game of Rugby Football proved a welcome respite from such problems and by the end of the 19th century it occupied in inductrial Wales the same position as Associated Football did in indutrial England.
An official Cornelly Rugby Football Club was founded c. They played their home matches on a field also situated along Stormy Road called “Cae Eithyn” or “The Gorse Field” which was an apt description of the area. It was said that a converted player stood in one of the local chapels at Kenfig Hill and cried “I used to play full back for the devil, but now I’m forward for God. It was the custom of many teams of the early ‘s to have their Head Quarters established at a local hostelry.
National Coal Strike – During the early months of there was a National Coal Strike when mines came out for a minimum wage. In the face of the colliery owners’ refusal to concede to a minimum wage the Government brought in it’s own Bill finally ending the strike. Despite these hardships there were many enjoyable times to be had in Kenfig Hill during this era – a feature of one of these hardships was the distances that players had to walk from the changing room to meet their opponents on the playing fields.
Leading club administrators were: Joe, along with Jack Jenkins combined their administrative duties with the playing side of the club as both were regular members of the team up to the outbreak of the First World War. Duties of trainer to the team were carried out by D.