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History in Vale of Glamorgan
4 sites in this category


Narrow SubjectAntique Furniture [1], Local History [3]

Narrow AreaCowbridge [2], Llantwit Major [2]

Widen SubjectArt & Culture / History

Widen AreaWales / South Wales / Vale of Glamorgan

Cowbridge
http://www.cowbridge.co.uk
Cowbridge is a picturesque market town situated in the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan. This Cowbridge site offers information on local shops, events, organisations, attractions, history and location. The web site has more than 100 pages of interesting and informative areas designed for the residents of the Vale of Glamorgan, and the many thousands of visitors to the area.


Llantwit Major & Vale
http://www.llantwit-major-vale.co.uk
In the middle of the Vale of Glamorgan lies a small coastal town of Llantwit Major (or, in 0Welsh, Llanilltud Fawr). Llantwit Major has been often called \"the most beautiful of places\". It is a quaint old town four and a half miles south-west of Cowbridge.


Llantwit Major
http://www.llantwit-major.net
Llantwit Major, or Llanilltud Fawr, is a small Town along the Heritage Coast in the Vale of Glamorgan, South Wales. It is situated about 20 miles South-West of Cardiff, the capital of Wales. It is an historic town with many hidden features and scenic areas. This site exists to inform residents and visitors to Llantwit Major of the ghost stories, local businesses, local scenery, transport, places to visit, history and the beach.


Havard and Havard
http://www.havardandhavard.com
Our stock reflects our own rather varied tastes. We have a particular love of Welsh country furniture. The majority of the Welsh pieces that we stock date mainly from the mid 18th through to the mid 19th century. Welsh country antique furniture is an important part of our history, each piece is utterly individual, reflecting the hand of its maker.


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