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MID WALES
SOUTH WALES
ABBEYCWMHIR
ABERBARGOED
ABERCARN
ABERCOED
ABERGYNOLWYN
ABERPORTH
ABERSOCH
ABERSYCHAN
ACTON PARK
AMLWCH
BENLLECH
BLAENAU GWENT
BLAENAVON
BORTH
BUILTH WELLS
CAERGWRLE
CAERSWS
CAERWYS
CARDIGAN BAY
CHIRK
CLWYDIAN RANGE
CNICHT
CONWY
CRIB GOCH
CRICKHOWELL
CWMCARN
CYNON VALLEY
DEGANWY
DINAS POWYS
DOLGELLAU
EBBW VALE
ELAN VALLEY
DOLWYDDELAN
RHAYADER
TALGARTH
VALE OF GLAMORGAN
ABENBURY
ABERAMAN
ABERANGELL
ABERAVON
ABERBEEG
ABERCANAID
ABERCASTLE
ABERCEGIR
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Mid Wales

  1. Mid Wales is the name given to the area of Wales between North Wales and South Wales.
  2. Mid Wales is a magical place with a unique expanse of breathtaking mountains, spectacular coastline and unspoilt countryside.
  3. Mid Wales is a great place to surf.
  4. Mid Wales is an unspoilt area of lowland valleys and rugged uplands, with small market towns and villages.
  5. Mid Wales is one of the least populated regions in Wales and has a distinctive unspoilt splendour hard to find anywhere else in Britain. (Web site)

South Wales

  1. South Wales is a brilliant place to visit, to live and work in, and this site hopes to give you a flavour of that.
  2. South Wales is an area of Wales bordered by England and the Bristol Channel to the East and South, and Mid Wales and West Wales to the North and West.
  3. South Wales was once a very rural area of great natural beauty, famous for its valleys and forests and lauded by poets such as William Wordsworth. (Web site)
  4. South Wales was soon to become the iron, steel making and coal mining centre of Britain.

Abbeycwmhir

  1. Abbeycwmhir is a village in Powys, Wales.
  2. Abbeycwmhir is a village in the Welsh principal area of Powys. (Web site)
  3. Llywelyn is reputedy buried at the Cistercian Abbey at Abbeycwmhir. (Web site)

Aberbargoed

  1. Aberbargoed is a town in Caerphilly, Wales. (Web site)
  2. Aberbargoed is a town in the Welsh county borough of Caerphilly, Glamorgan.
  3. Aberbargoed is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Abercarn

  1. Abercarn is a town in Caerphilly, Wales. (Web site)
  2. Abercarn is a community in south Wales, 10 miles north-west of Newport at grid reference ST216947. (Web site)
  3. Abercarn is a community in south Wales, 10 miles north-west of Newport on the A467 between Cwmcarn and Newbridge.
  4. Abercarn is a community in south Wales, 10 miles north-west of Newport.
  5. Abercarn is a town in south Wales, 10 miles north-west of Newport by the Great Western Railway, at Grid reference ST216947.

Abercoed

  1. Abercoed is a village in the Welsh principal area of Ceredigion.
  2. Frank Abercoed, who is really Lord Abercoed in disguise, has arrived on the island to act as Gilfain's manager. (Web site)
  3. Abercoed resigns, says farewell to Dolores and sets off for England (No. (Web site)

Abergynolwyn

  1. Abergynolwyn is a picturesque village approximately 6 miles inland from Tywyn.
  2. Abergynolwyn is a small village in Gwynedd, Wales, lying on the River Dysyni. (Web site)
  3. Abergynolwyn is a town in the Welsh principal area of Gwynedd.
  4. Abergynolwyn is a tranquil village surrounded by attractive hills and woods and is the terminus of the popular Tal-y-llyn railway. (Web site)
  5. Abergynolwyn is the nearest town or village.

Aberporth

  1. Aberporth is a European designated bathing beach and has held the European Blue Flag award since 2001.
  2. Aberporth is a quiet peaceful village, 7 miles away from the nearest market town, Cardigan.
  3. Aberporth is a quiet pleasant village with nice beaches a coastal path with stunning views and many tourist attractions within easy reach.
  4. Aberporth is a relatively small village with a population of around 2000.
  5. Aberporth is a seaside village on the west coast of Wales.

Abersoch

  1. Abersoch is a busy place with lots of holiday makers and there are plenty of restaurants to suit all pockets. (Web site)
  2. Abersoch is a renowned beach enjoyed by sailing enthusiasts and for wind surfing enthusiasts. (Web site)
  3. Abersoch is a village lying on the south coast of the Lleyn peninsula in north Wales at the end of the A499 road.
  4. Abersoch is the sort of place that people return to year after year.

Abersychan

  1. Abersychan is a large suburb of Pontypool , Torfaen in South Wales .
  2. Abersychan is a large suburb of Pontypool, Torfaen in Wales.
  3. Abersychan is a settlement situated in Wales in the United Kingdom.
  4. Abersychan is a town in Wales, near Newport.
  5. Abersychan is an urban district in Wales, in the northern parliamentary division of Torfaen near to Newport.

Acton Park

  1. Acton Park is a landscaped Parkland with mature specimen trees and gently undulating expanses of grass areas with recent tree planting.
  2. Acton Park is a residential area in the Welsh county borough of Wrexham.
  3. Acton Park is a village in the Welsh county borough of Wrexham, in Denbighshire.
  4. Acton Park was originally the landscaped grounds of Acton Hall.
  5. Acton Park was the chief house of Wrexham, its most famous inhabitant being the notorious Hanging Judge Jeffreys.

Amlwch

  1. Amlwch is a town on the north coast of Anglesey in Wales.
  2. Amlwch is a friendly town, where everybody says please and thank you.
  3. Amlwch is a small village on the North East tip of the Island of Anglesey just off the North Wales coast. (Web site)
  4. Amlwch is the most Northerly town in Wales.
  5. Amlwch was one of the main loading places but was not much of a harbour then.

Benllech

  1. Benllech is a picturesque village located on the east coast of Anglesey along the A5025 Menai Bridge to Anglesey road.
  2. Benllech is a prime spot for long seaside walks where you can find unusual beach flowers.
  3. Benllech is a small town on the island of Anglesey.
  4. Benllech is a village famous for its beach in Ynys M--n ( Isle of Anglesey), North Wales.
  5. Benllech is a village on Ynys M--n ( Isle of Anglesey), North Wales famous for its Beach. (Web site)

Blaenau Gwent

  1. Blaenau Gwent is a constituency of the National Assembly for Wales .
  2. Blaenau Gwent is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. (Web site)
  3. Blaenau Gwent is a county borough and parliamentary constituency in South Wales. (Web site)
  4. Blaenau Gwent is a county borough in South Wales.
  5. Blaenau Gwent is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness. (Web site)

Blaenavon

  1. Blaenavon is a "Members Only" NE site, with an easy take-off and an extensive bottom landing area. (Web site)
  2. Blaenavon is a small town in the green hills of Wales. (Web site)
  3. Blaenavon is a small town with a big history, and is just a few miles to the south of the Brecon Beacons National Park. (Web site)
  4. Blaenavon is a small working class town of 6,000 persons which grew after the Ironworks opened in 1787.
  5. Blaenavon is also a partner in the European Route of industrial Heritage (ERIH).

Borth

  1. Borth is a classic, highly enjoyable, holiday course with the capacity to challenge the best players, and is host to many championship events.
  2. Borth is a classic, highly enjoyable, holiday course with the capacity to challenge the best players.
  3. Borth is a seaside village 5 miles north of Aberystwyth.
  4. Borth is a small Welsh village about 7 miles north of Aberystwyth in the county of Ceredigion.
  5. Borth is a small coastal town in the Cardigan and Slippers county of Western Wales. (Web site)

Builth Wells

  1. Builth Wells - an agricultural town on the banks of the River Wye and home to Britain's biggest agricultural show, The Royal Welsh Agricultural Show.
  2. Builth Wells is a great place to base yourself on a trip to Mid Wales.
  3. Builth Wells is a great place, Our friend Billy Davies still lives at Builth Rd.
  4. Builth Wells is a lovely parkland course.
  5. Builth Wells is a small town with an estimated population of just fewer than 2,500 people.

Caergwrle

  1. Caergwrle is a haunted village.
  2. Caergwrle is a village in Flintshire, Wales.
  3. Caergwrle is a village in the county of Flintshire , in north east Wales .
  4. Caergwrle was begun by Dafydd ap Grufudd in 1277, as part of his short-lived rebellion against the Normans in Wales.

Caersws

  1. Caersws is a small village A village is a human settlement commonly found in rural areas.
  2. Caersws is a small village sitting on the River Severn in mid Wales, at . (Web site)
  3. Caersws is a village and community sitting on the River Severn, at , in the Welsh county of Powys (formerly in Montgomeryshire).
  4. Caersws is a village and community sitting on the River Severn, at grid reference SO0392, in the Welsh county of Powys (formerly in Montgomeryshire). (Web site)
  5. Caersws is a village and community sitting on the River Severn, in the Welsh county of Powys. (Web site)

Caerwys

  1. Caerwys is a village in Flintshire, Wales. (Web site)
  2. Caerwys is a great place in which to live, it has a wonderful community spirit.
  3. Caerwys is a lively and vibrant community in Flintshire, North Wales. (Web site)
  4. Caerwys is a very small town of about 1 000 inhabitants.
  5. Caerwys is one of the most desirable areas to live in the whole of Flintshire. (Web site)

Cardigan Bay

  1. Cardigan Bay is a Special Area of Conservation famous for its resident population of dolphins and porpoise. (Web site)
  2. Cardigan Bay is a designated place of special scientific interest.
  3. Cardigan Bay is an outstanding and internationally important area for marine wildlife. (Web site)
  4. Cardigan Bay is one of two important locations off the British coast for Bottlenose Dolphins. (Web site)
  5. Cardigan Bay is the home and calving ground for one of the only two groups of bottlenose dolphins remaining in British waters.

Chirk

  1. Chirk is a town in north-east Wales between Wrexham and Oswestry.
  2. Chirk is a border country, often occupied by the English.
  3. Chirk is a working class village, with a high percentage of residents living in Council properties, and surrounded by rural agricultural areas.
  4. Chirk was nevertheless besieged and taken by the Parliamentarians in 1659 as punishment for the Myddeltons' support of the Cheshire Rising. (Web site)

Clwydian Range

  1. The Clwydian Range is a 35 km long chain of undulating hills, rising between the Vale of Clwyd to the west and the Dee Estuary to the east. (Web site)
  2. The Clwydian Range is a 35 km long chain of undulating hills, separating the Vale of Clwyd to the west and the Dee Estuary to the east.
  3. The Clwydian Range is a chain of hills between the Vale of Clwyd and the Dee Estuary.
  4. The Clwydian Range is a crossroads, a place where outside influences have always been profound.
  5. The Clwydian Range is a wonderful resource, right on our doorsteps.

Cnicht

  1. Cnicht is a hill in Snowdonia, known as the " Matterhorn of Wales " because of its appearance when viewed from the south-west, i.e. (Web site)
  2. Cnicht is a great viewpoint, which I especially like around sunrise and sunset.
  3. Cnicht is a hill in Snowdonia, known as the " Matterhorn of Wales " because of its appearance when viewed from the south-west. (Web site)
  4. Cnicht is the ideal family mountain; despite its robust appearance even a child can climb it and enjoy the views from Lleyn to Cader Idris. (Web site)

Conwy

  1. Conwy is a convenient place from which to explore the mountains of Snowdonia.
  2. Conwy is a county borough in north Wales.
  3. Conwy is a medieval walled town and Castle with a picturesque harbour overlooking the estuary of the River Conwy.
  4. Conwy is a medieval walled town, the Castle being built by Master James of St. George, between 1283 and 1287.
  5. Conwy is a picturesque tourist town with several notable old structures. (Web site)

Crib Goch

  1. Crib Goch is a knife-edged ar--te in the Snowdonia National Park in the county Gwynedd in Wales.
  2. Crib Goch is a knife-edge ridge, about 2km long, varying in height between 850 and 1000 metres.
  3. Crib Goch is a knife-edged ar--te in the Snowdonia National Park in Gwynedd, Wales. (Web site)
  4. Crib Goch is an insane idea for any child to climb.

Crickhowell

  1. Crickhowell is a busy market town within the picturesque Usk Valley in the east of the Brecon Beacons National Park.
  2. Crickhowell is a paradise for walkers with hotels and restaurants developing an enviable reputation for superb food.
  3. Crickhowell is a picturesque town situated in the south east corner of Powys, with an approx population of 2,800.
  4. Crickhowell is a picturesque town situated in the south east of Powys, with an approximate population of 2,800.
  5. Crickhowell is a pretty, pastel painted town that is well maintained with plenty of facilities for the visitor.

Cwmcarn

  1. Cwmcarn is a village in the Ebbw valley in south Wales that grew significantly with 19th century coal mining.
  2. Cwmcarn is a settlement situated in Wales in the United Kingdom.
  3. Cwmcarn is a small town in the south of Caerphilly County Borough, Wales.
  4. Cwmcarn is a village in the Ebbw valley in south Wales. (Web site)

Cynon Valley

  1. Cynon Valley is a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
  2. Cynon Valley is a constituency of the National Assembly for Wales .
  3. Cynon Valley is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
  4. Cynon Valley is a former mining area and is home to the last deep mine in Wales, worker-owned Tower colliery. (Web site)
  5. Cynon Valley is a parliamentary constituency and area of Wales.

Deganwy

  1. Deganwy is a Welsh town in the county borough of Conwy that owes much of its history to a series of English invasions. (Web site)
  2. Deganwy is a Welsh town in the county borough of Conwy, North Wales, between the towns of Llandudno and Conwy. (Web site)
  3. Deganwy is a fashionable residential village with many interesting antique and curio shops. (Web site)
  4. Deganwy is a large village on the mouth of the river Conwy in Wales. (Web site)
  5. Deganwy is a small town in the county borough of Conwy , North Wales .

Dinas Powys

  1. Dinas Powys is a large village, a community and a refortified hill fort in the Vale of Glamorgan in Wales.
  2. Dinas Powys is a semi-rural village with the common located behind the houses on the right-hand side of the railway.
  3. Dinas Powys is a small rural community, the Parish Hall was once the focal point of the village.
  4. Dinas Powys is a thriving village on the west side of Cardiff, Wales.
  5. Dinas Powys was split into the sub-manors of Cadoxton and Uchelolau (Highlight). (Web site)

Dolgellau

  1. Dolgellau is a handsome and traditional slate built market town at the head of the Mawddach estuary, arguably one of the most scenic estuaries in Wales. (Web site)
  2. Dolgellau - A small market town situated at the foot of the Cader Idris mountain range.
  3. Dolgellau is a lovely riverside town where the weary cyclist can find tea and cakes and relax.
  4. Dolgellau is a market town in Gwynedd, north-west Wales, lying on the River Wnion, a tributary of the Mawddach.
  5. Dolgellau is a meeting point for the Traws Cambria network of longer distance buses making it a good car-free base.

Ebbw Vale

  1. Ebbw Vale is a medium sized town, it is bigger that Tredegar, Brynmawr or Rhymney but not quite as big as Methyr.
  2. Ebbw Vale is a town built on iron and steel.
  3. Ebbw Vale is a town located at the start of the valley carved by the Ebbw Fawr river in southern Wales.
  4. Ebbw Vale is one of the topics in focus at Global Oneness.
  5. Ebbw Vale is the principal town and administrative centre for Blaenau Gwent county borough, and has a populace of approximately twenty five thousand people.

Elan Valley

  1. The Elan Valley is a haven for bird watchers in our delightful countryside, for the dedicated enthusiast or the casual day tripper.
  2. The Elan Valley is a haven for fishermen in our delightful countryside, for the dedicated enthusiast or the casual day tripper.
  3. The Elan Valley is a revelation; the dramatic heart of Wales, meadows and woodlands pierced by the Wye, one of Britain's most famous salmon rivers. (Web site)
  4. The Elan Valley was one of the first areas to gain 'open access', the valley is dammed in several places, providing water to the West Midlands.

Dolwyddelan

  1. Dolwyddelan - The peaceful village of Dolwyddelan is located in the Lledr Valley.
  2. Dolwyddelan is a dispensing practice and prescriptions are dispensed at the end of your consultation. (Web site)
  3. Dolwyddelan is a picturesque peaceful village, and excellent rock-climbing and walking is available in the vicinity. (Web site)
  4. Dolwyddelan is a square castle built about 1200 for Welsh princes. (Web site)
  5. Dolwyddelan is a village and Community in Conwy, North Wales, on the main A470 road between Blaenau Ffestiniog and Betws-y-Coed.

Rhayader

  1. Rhayader - A small historic market town on the banks of the River Wye.
  2. Rhayader is a busy and historic market town in Mid Wales. (Web site)
  3. Rhayader is a busy and historic market town in the north-west of the ancient county of Radnorshire. (Web site)
  4. Rhayader is a busy historic town with plenty to see and do.
  5. Rhayader is a small market town on the banks of the river Wye and is at the gateway to the spectacular Elan Valley in the Cambrian Mountains. (Web site)

Talgarth

  1. Talgarth is a pleasant small market town at the south-western end of the Black Mountains range.
  2. Talgarth is an historical Town connected to the names of Brychan and Gwendoline in the age of the Celtic Saints. (Web site)
  3. Talgarth is a borough by prescription, but without privilege or municipal jurisdiction.
  4. Talgarth is a small town in the traditional county of Brecknockshire, south Powys, mid Wales, with a population of around 1,800 people.
  5. Talgarth is also the name of the rural parish in which the town is situated.

Vale of Glamorgan

  1. The Vale of Glamorgan is an area in the South of Wales, part of the United Kingdom and Europe.
  2. The Vale of Glamorgan is a lowland area where agriculture and sheep farming are important. (Web site)
  3. The Vale of Glamorgan is an exceptionally rich agricultural area in the southern part of Glamorgan, Wales.
  4. The Vale of Glamorgan is one of the Principal areas of Wales.

Abenbury

  1. Abenbury is a community in the county borough of Wrexham in Wales, south-east of Wrexham town.
  2. Under our proposals the Abenbury Community would have 274 electors.
  3. Council has submitted a counter-proposal that takes in an area from Caia Park into Abenbury.

Aberaman

  1. Aberaman is a village found in Aberdare in the Welsh county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taff, Glamorgan.
  2. Aberaman is a community in the heart of the Rhondda mining district about 20 miles southwest Brynmawr. (Web site)
  3. Aberaman is a close knit community and many of our families have been here for generations-- many parents and grandparents attended the school.

Aberangell

  1. Aberangell is a village in Gwynedd in north Wales. (Web site)

Aberavon

  1. Aberavon is a constituency of the House of commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
  2. Aberavon is a constituency of the National Assembly for Wales .
  3. Aberavon is a county constituency of the House of commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. (Web site)
  4. Aberavon is a great place.
  5. Aberavon is a safe Labour seat represented at Westminster by John Morris; it contains Port Talbot steelworks and the Baglan Bay petro-chemical plant. (Web site)

Aberbeeg

  1. Aberbeeg is a settlement situated in Wales in the United Kingdom.
  2. Aberbeeg is the nearest money order & telegraph office, 1 mile distant.

Abercanaid

  1. Abercanaid is a small village in Merthyr Tydfil, os if anyone has seen a stray dog around, I bet the children would have. (Web site)
  2. Abercanaid is a small village in the Welsh county borough of Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan.
  3. Abercanaid is a village in the Welsh county borough of Merthyr Tydfil, Glamorgan.

Abercastle

  1. Abercastle is an attractive little bay with an easy walk to the Longhouse cromlech (pre-historic remain).
  2. Abercastle is a village in the Welsh principal area of Pembrokeshire. (Web site)
  3. Abercastle is a tiny fishing village situated between St. Davids and Strumble Head.

Abercegir

  1. Abercegir is a village in the Welsh principal area of Powys. (Web site)
  2. Abercegir is a village in Powys, Wales. (Web site)
  3. Send your requirements to and register your details with estate agents advertising in Abercegir by completing one simple form. (Web site)

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