Bridgend


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Bridgend

a county borough in S Wales, created in 1996 from S Mid Glamorgan. Administrative centre: Bridgend. Pop.: 129 900 (2003 est.). Area: 264 sq. km (102 sq. miles)
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Sian Lloyd with Busnes Pen-y-bont ar Ogwr y Flwyddyn 2016/ Bridgend Business of the Year 2016 winners, The Food Shed CIC and Warren Dudding, Rockwool and Sian Lloyd
The event has been described as a "rallying cry" and has been organised by the Bridgend Business Forum with support from Bridgend County Borough Council.
With Bridgend matching them for tries, the difference came in the kicking, Thomas landing two penalties and a conversion.
Despite their big-money captures during the summer, Bridgend remained subdued and it was hardly a surprise when Llanelli increased their lead through Jones.
Owen Howe slotted Bridgend's second penalty from half-way nefpre Bedwas finally registered some points as Richard Powell made it 13-3 at half-time.
The research has now been received by Bridgend County Borough Council and will shortly be available to view at the Local and Family History Centre at Ty'r Ardd, Bridgend, where a commemorative plaque for the HMS Urge already resides, together with information regarding the submarine up to its disappearance.
SEPTEMBER 14: WRU Specsavers Cup round one: RGC v Cardiff; Aberavon v Bargoed; Cardiff Met v Ystrad Rhondda; Newport v Carmarthen; Llandovery v Ystalyfera; Neath v Trebanos; Tata Steel v Bedwas ; Ebbw Vale v Narberth; Pontypool v Swansea; Beddau v Bridgend; Merthyr v Pontypridd; Maesteg Quins v Llanelli; Cross Keys v Glamorgan Wdrs.
October 19: Cardiff v Carmarthen Quins; Llandovery v Bridgend;Llanelli v RGC; Merthyr v Aberavon; Pontypridd v Ebbw Vale; Swansea v Newport.
December 28: Llanelli v Swansea; Aberavon v Bridgend; Pontypridd v Cardiff; Newport v Ebbw Vale; Llandovery v Carmarthen; Merthyr v RGC.
Former Wales under 20s outside half Billy McBryde also contributed 11 points from the kicking tee to condemn Bridgend to their first defeat in three games.
Organised by Bridgend Business Forum and supported by Bridgend County Borough Council, the awards celebrate excellence amongst local businesses and provides a fantastic opportunity to showcase their business, and celebrate their achievements.
According to the paper, the parties - both football clubs in Bridgend - have been conducting negotiations for months.