Gelligaer


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Gelligaer

(gĕlĭgär`), town (1985 est. pop. 16,900), Caerphilly, S Wales. Manufactures include automobiles and rubber products.

Gelligaer

a town in S Wales, in Caerphilly county borough. Pop. (including Ystrad Mynach): 17 185 (2001)
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Ron Jones, chairman of the Gelligaer and Merthyr Commons Association, said the organisation was working with Caerphilly County Borough Council to solve the problem but the situation had reached crisis point.
25m Gelligaer Medical Centre which in itself followed on from our successful completion of similar schemes in Barry and Porth this time on behalf of Matrix Realty.
Our gratitude also extends to organisations such as the Newport branch of the Campaign for the Protection of Rural Wales, Gelligaer and Merthyr Commoners Association, Brecon Beacons National Park, supporting Assembly ministers and community councils, Friends of the Earth, the Country Land and Business Association and all others who recognised the dangers of such a huge incinerator in our midst and did something about it.
Soniodd ei fod newydd ymweld a Charreg Cattwg ar gyrion Gelligaer.
Opco, based in Cardiff, has secured the contract to build the new centre at Gelligaer, near Blackwood in Caerphilly, on behalf of the Aneurin Bevan Health Board, in a scheme backed by the Welsh Government.
Mr Ross had been staying with his daughter in the village of Gelligaer, Gwent, and was looking forward to decorating his new home nearby.
This follows a breach in its permit conditions which resulted in strong odours affecting people living in the Gelligaer and Nelson areas.
SIR - In the "Sustainable Construction" Summer 2010 supplement the Western Mail published recently you carried an article about the Bryn Quarry Group based near Gelligaer in the Caerphilly borough.
SCHOOLCHILDREN are getting the chance to be part of an exciting archaeological excavation in Gelligaer.
This gave an added interest to the annual Gelligaer and District Sheep Shearing Match at Church Farm, Mynyddiswlyn on June 6, with more than 50 entries.
BRIAN LEE tells us that a lane between Gelligaer Street and New Zealand Road was known in wartime as "Burma Road" (You Say, June 24).
In election literature distributed in Caerphilly, Maria Caulfield says she lives in the constituency at Gelligaer.