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Aberdare

(ăbərdâr`), Welsh Aberdâr, town (1991 pop. 31,619), Rhondda Cynon Taff, S Wales. Originally a processing center for iron and coal, Aberdare has become the service center and purchasing hub of the Cynon Valley. Industries include the production of cable and electrical goods.

Aberdare

a town in South Wales, in Rhondda, Cynon, Taff county borough. Pop.: 31 705 (2001)
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It was great to see so many spectators also lining the route, cheering the riders on as they made their way out of Aberdare and through to Mountain Ash and Abercynon.
Joining Tomlinson in Aberdare will be Tony Barton (Coronation Street & Emmerdale) and Eddie Archer (The Comedians) plus the comedy show band The Black Onyx.
5 million investment is proposed, which hopefully will stimulate confidence in the town centre, and help Aberdare to become stronger during the current economic climate.
Mrs Singh said the family was disappointed Aberdare Girls' School had not contacted them since the court case.
The Aberdare RFC group are currently in training for the event, being put through their paces by trainer Karl George.
The area of Aberdare covered by the Townscape Heritage Initiative (THI) grant has 33 listed buildings.
The fishmongers business was started by his father Edward Webber in 1946, initially in Mountain Ash, and the Aberdare shop was opened two years later in 1948 and is still trading today.
This should make developer Redrow's range of two, three and four-bedroom homes at Three Oaks, in Cwmbach an appealing investment - especially as this is the only large scale private residential development to be built in the Aberdare area for six years.
The business was started by his father, Edward Webber, in 1946, initially in Mountain Ash, and the Aberdare shop was opened two years later and is still trading today.
Incidentally Torquay, who replaced Aberdare in the Third Division South in 1927-28 (but ended up bottom of that league in their first season), now seem most likely to drop into the Conference this year - what a pity neither Newport or Merthyr are yet in a position to rejoin the Football League in their place.
Mr Jones said: "It gives me great pleasure to cut the first turf of what will, in time, turn into an ultramodern, highly-efficient learning centre right in the heart of Aberdare.
Then, on another morning from Aberdare, the first train didn't turn up and the second train couldn't start its engine, which meant that we left 10 minutes late - again