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Builth Castle

Builth Castle was a castle built under King Edward I, just outside Builth Wells, Powys, Wales. At one time it was an impressive stone-built castle but all the masonry has been removed over the years and all that remains are the mound on which it ...

                                               

Castle Tump

Castle Tump is an early 11th-century motte and bailey castle at the west end of the village of Trecastle in the county of Powys, Wales.

                                               

Castle Nimble

Castle Nimble was a motte and bailey defensive fortification near Old Radnor, in Radnorshire, Wales. Castle Nimble appears to have had an oval-shaped ditched motte, with a semi-rectangular bailey, and some other enclosures, including possibly a pond.

                                               

Llantrisant Castle

Llantrisant Castle is a ruined castle in Llantrisant, Rhondda Cynon Taf, Glamorgan, Wales. The ruins are on a good elevation, commanding extensive views of the surrounding country. It has the appearance of once occupying a formidable position of ...

                                               

Castell Meredydd

The ruined castle, which is also called Machen, Maghay or Maghhay in historical documents, is in the community of Graig in the historic county of Monmouthshire and the modern authority of Newport. It has been described both as a timber castle and ...

                                               

Penmaen Castle

                                               

Lanolin bush

Franklandias are heathland shrubs found on white or grey sands. They possess a lignotuber, allowing them to recover from bushfire. Several erect branches emerge from an upright stem. The flowers are medium to large and composed of four parts, the ...

                                               

Tawe-Uchaf

Tawe-Uchaf is a community in Powys, Wales. Situated north-east of Ystradgynlais in the upper valley of the Afon Tawe, it includes the villages of Caehopkin, Coelbren, Glyntawe, Pen-y-cae, and Ynyswen. It had a population in 2001 of 1.516, increas ...

                                               

People from Brecknockshire

                                               

Brecknockshire County Council elections

                                               

Brecon

                                               

Hay-on-Wye

                                               

People from Caernarfonshire

                                               

Hywel Dda University Health Board

Hywel Dda University Health Board is a local health board in Wales which was established on 1 October 2009 from the merger of the Hywel Dda NHS Trust, the Pembrokeshire Local Health Board, Ceredigion Local Health Board and Carmarthenshire Local H ...

                                               

Districts of Carmarthenshire

                                               

Sport in Carmarthenshire

                                               

Transport in Carmarthenshire

                                               

Rhymney Valley

The Rhymney Valley is one of the South Wales valleys, with the Rhymney River forming the border between the historic counties of Glamorgan and Monmouthshire. Between 1974 and 1996 a Rhymney Valley local government district also existed. The valle ...

                                               

Geography of Glamorgan

                                               

Glamorgan templates

                                               

Merthyr Tydfil

                                               

Mid Glamorgan

                                               

South Glamorgan

                                               

Sport in Glamorgan

                                               

West Glamorgan

                                               

Merionethshire County Council

The administrative county of Merionethshire and its local authority, the Merionethshire County Council was established in 1889 under the Local Government Act 1888. The first elections were held in January 1889. The county was abolished under the ...

                                               

Meirionnydd District Council elections

                                               

People from Merionethshire

                                               

Banwy

Banwy is a community in northwest Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales, named after the River Banwy and also called Banw in Welsh. The community with the villages of Llangadfan and Foel, also called Garthbeibio. It is a sparsely populated area centred o ...

                                               

Caersws

Caersws) is a village and community on the River Severn, in the Welsh county of Powys 5 miles west of Newtown, and halfway between Aberystwyth and Shrewsbury. It has a station on the Cambrian Line from Aberystwyth to Shrewsbury. At the 2001 censu ...

                                               

Carno

Carno is a village in Powys, Wales. The community, which is also a parish in the historic county of Montgomeryshire, comprises the townships of Derlwyn, Llysyn, and Trowscoed. It is in the geographical centre of Wales.

                                               

Dolanog

Dolanog or Pont Dolanog is an ecclesiastical parish or chapelry that was formed in October 1856. It comprises the townships of Dolwar in Llanfihangel portions of Coedtalog in Llanerfyl, Cynhinfa in Llangyniew and Gwaunynog in Llanfair Caereinion. ...

                                               

Hyssington

Hyssington is a parish in the South-Eastern corner of the historic county of Montgomeryshire and borders Shropshire. It is now within the area of the Church Stoke community council in Powys. It is dominated by Corndon Hill. The church which is in ...

                                               

Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa

Llanfihangel-yng-Ngwynfa was a parish within the former historic county of Montgomeryshire. It now forms a major part of the community area of Llanfihangel in Powys, which covers an area of 5.366 hectares. Llanfihangel yng Ngwynfa Community Counc ...

                                               

Llangurig

Llangurig is a village and community in Montgomeryshire, Powys, Wales, lying on the River Wye. The population is 723 as of the 2011 UK Census. The community includes the hamlet of Cwmbelan. The A470 trunk road passes through the village as do the ...

                                               

Pontrobert

Pontrobert is an ecclesiastical parish that was formed in September 1854. It comprises the townships of Teirtref and part of Nantymeichiaid in the parish Meifod, a portion of Cynhinfa which was in the parish of Llangynyw and portions of the towns ...

                                               

Townships in Montgomeryshire

Townships in Montgomeryshire are divisions of the ancient parishes of the county of Montgomery. In 1539 townships were grouped together in Hundreds. The Townships which were recognised were based on the older Welsh divisions of Tref, or plural Tr ...

                                               

Llanidloes

                                               

Montgomeryshire County Council elections

                                               

People from Montgomeryshire

                                               

Pembrokeshire & Derwen NHS Trust

                                               

Pembrokeshire Senior Cup

The Pembrokeshire Senior Cup is a football knockout tournament involving teams from in Pembrokeshire, West Wales who play in leagues administered and associated with the Pembrokeshire Association Football League.

                                               

Sport in Pembrokeshire

                                               

Transport in Pembrokeshire

                                               

People from Radnorshire

                                               

Lludd Llaw Eraint

Lludd Llaw Ereint, "Lludd of the Silver Hand", son of Beli Mawr, is a legendary hero from Welsh mythology. As Nudd Llaw Ereint he is the father of Gwyn ap Nudd. He is probably the source of king Lud from Geoffrey of Monmouths History of the Kings ...

                                               

White Hart Inn, Llangybi

The White Hart Inn, Llangybi, Monmouthshire is an inn dating from the early 17th century. Located at the a crossroads in the centre of the village, it is a Grade II* listed building.

                                               

Abbey Hotel, Llanthony Priory

Abbey Hotel is a Grade I listed building incorporating a hotel and country inn in Llanthony, Monmouthshire, Wales.

                                               

The Morning Star, Ruthin

The Morning Star, Ruthin was listed as a Grade II building on 16 May 1978. It is directly opposite the Ruthin Gaol, and is claimed to be the oldest pub in Ruthin. Early in 2010 a cache of old documents was discovered in the roof of the Morning St ...

                                               

Sport in Caerphilly County Borough

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