Ebbw Vale


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Ebbw Vale

(ĕb`o͞o), Welsh Glyn Ebwy, town (1981 pop. 24,422), Blaenau Gwent, SE Wales. A former coal-mining town, it is a retail and industrial center with steelworks and tin-plate factories. Labour politician Aneurin BevanBevan, Aneurin
, 1897–1960, British political leader. A coal miner and trade unionist, he served (1929–60) in Parliament as a member of the Labour party. As minister of health (1945–51) he administered and developed the National Health Service instituted by the
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 was born there.

Ebbw Vale

a town in S Wales, in Blaenau Gwent county borough: a former coal mining centre. Pop.: 18 558 (2001)
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Ebbw Vale Labour MP Llew Smith said: "This plant has been the town and it has made a great contribution to British industry.
But the glamorous cup-ties ahead were no distraction as Ebbw Vale did a fine job on fellow title hopefuls Pontypridd to keep their season alive on all fronts.
Quinnell, who came on as a second half substitute 20 minutes after the interval, got his marching orders after being on the field only ten minutes as he tried to break through for a try and was penalised seemingly for holding onto the ball on the Ebbw Vale line.
The game fell away just after the interval, as both sides took wrong options, but Ebbw Vale had most of the play.
The giant winger beat the lumbering forward cover of Ebbw Vale and flying Rhys Williams finished off the spectacular move.
An Army bomb disposal squad was called to carry out a controlled explosion on the package at the car park in Ebbw Vale.
He was also banned from Aldi, Poundstretcher, Home Bargains and Lloyds Pharmacy, which are in Ebbw Vale.
Ebbw Vale are boosted by the return of Welsh international Nathan Budgett in the back row.
Ebbw Vale lacked their customary fire up front and their back row appeared muted by comparison with their explosive efforts of last season.
Instant pressure in the second half resulted in Ebbw Vale centre Gareth Williams grabbing the third try before Connacht finally got into the act.
A SUPERB clash between two excellent sides saw Ebbw Vale just edge Carmarthen Quins to go to the top of the Principality Premiership.
The local Ebbw Vale community are understandably supportive of initiatives to turn their fortunes around, but we need to question the potential success of the circuit.