Abertillery


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Abertillery

(ăb'ərtĭlâr`ē), town (1991 pop. 12,091), Blaenau Gwent, SE Wales. The town, an agricultural market, produces tin plate and has a brewing industry.
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Blaenau Gwent council said asbestos was discovered in the walls of Abertillery Leisure Centre on Vivian Street after work began to demolish the building.
Jones, who died in Hammersmith in 1971, was a convicted murderer from Abertillery, in South Wales.
one east 2 September 2017: Risca v Penallta, Dowlais v Ynysybwl, Nelson v Pontypool Utd, Blaenavon v Brynmawr, Croesyceiliog v Abertillery BG, Caerleon v Brecon.
In the battle of the division's bottom two sides, basement boys Abercarn recorded a thrilling onerun home win over Abertillery - courtesy of a dramatic last-wicket run-out.
I'm from a family of Abertillery miners but at the time was working at Chislet Colliery, Kent.
In the final of the tournament in Abertillery on Saturday, they thrashed the host team -who have not lost a game in four years -with a whopping 52-0 win.
He was travelling at two-and-a-half times the 60mph speed limit on the A465 towards Abertillery in south Wales when he was caught by police.
At the bottom of the table ABERTILLERY kept their slim chances of avoiding the drop alive beating BONYMAEN 28-11 at Parc Mawr.
There were surprises among the lower order teams with Division Three sides beating Division One opposition - VARDRE 29-14 at ABERTILLERY and BUILTH WELLS 16-10 at LLANHARAN.
Plans to raise thousands of pounds have been put in place more than 90 years after the murders of Freda Burnell and Florence Little in Abertillery in 1921.
Abertillery Ladies Orpheus Choir are performing at St Michael's Church in Abertillery on Saturday, October 8, at 7pm.
ABERTILLERY BG, Glyncoch and Cambrian Welfare were all celebrating winning league titles yesterday in another thrilling day of rugby across Wales.