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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The fridge found dumped in an alley in Gelligaer containing a cannabis plant GWENT POLICE
We must rely ever more on sponsorship and Gelligaer is fortunate to have such a successful sponsorship committee to fund our fixtures.
A build-up of peat had prevented the natural barrier being built in its original location, and the firm began to build the bund further north and closer to Gelligaer.
Soniodd ei fod newydd ymweld a Charreg Cattwg ar gyrion Gelligaer. Doedd y garreg ddim ar fy map OS i, felly gyda chryn ddiddordeb cefais gyfarwyddiadau gan y cyfaill a theithiais yn ol lawr oddi ar y comin a chroesi'r ddau gae nes cyrraedd Carreg Cattwg.
Work on a new bund further away from the quarry, and closer to Gelligaer, started in March 2016 and a retrospective planning application went before Caerphilly council's planning committee last month.
The funeral of Private Gavin Williams at St Cattwg's Church in Gelligaer
It's amazing that anyone survived." Mr Ross had been staying with his daughter in the village of Gelligaer, Gwent, and was looking forward to decorating his new home nearby.
An animal charity ferried bowsers of water from the quarry to take it to the "desperate" horses on the Gelligaer Common near Caerphilly.
Having competed in just a handful of races and riding the six-year-old grey gelding Tenant Farmer at the recent Gelligaer Farmers Hunt Steeplechases, Isabel showed good judgement of pace to romp home a 15 lengths winner of the young horse maiden race.
The scheme followed another medical centre project built by Opco for LSP Developments, at Gelligaer, Caerphilly.
Small charity Welsh Horse and Pony Aid has expressed concern that ponies grazing on Gelligaer and Merthyr Commons could be destroyed to make way for livestock.