Cumbran

Cumbran

 

a city in Great Britain, in southern Wales. It was established in the 1950’s. Population, 40,900 (1971). It is a center for machine building, including the manufacture of automobiles.

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CARMARTHEN went through 4-0 against BRITON FERRY and CUMBRAN beat ELY RANGERS 4-1.
Over 60 officers were involved in the operation, which also involved searching properties in Manchester and Cumbran, Gwent.
He went to Wales where he served at Mold, Saltney, Pontypool, Blaenavon and Cumbran. As already mentioned he was main celebrant of the Eucharist at the dedication of St Mary of the Angels Church, Cumbran, on New Year's Day 1876, while Father Torreggiani was the sub-deacon and Prior R.
Welsh Cup quarter-final draw: Cumbran Town v Ewic, Afan Lido v Rhyl, Newi Cefn Druids v Port Talbot, TNS v Welshpool - all ties to be played on Saturday March 6.
Last Thursday, wearing his other suit, Davis had the pleasure of Tony Blair's company at his new offices in Cumbran. The PM popped by to officially open the plush Welsh home of Sandwich Supplies, the company owned by Davis and partner Piers Thomas.
CUMBRAN went on the rampage at OSWESTRY scoring five goals without reply to move into third place.
Third-placed Cumbran Town also won, beating Connahs Quay 2-1 thanks to goals from Chris Summers and Mattie Davies.
Simon Dyer fired CUMBRAN into the lead before Ryan Nicholls equalised for ABERYSTWYTH.