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South Wales

South Wales

Bridgend, South Wales

Almost equidistant between Swansea and Cardiff lies the bustling town of Bridgend. Although historians suppose that the Romans may have settled on the banks of the River Ogmore, it was the Norman Conquest that established the permanent community that has evolved into the Bridgend of today. Three castles, at Newcastle, Coity and Ogmore, provided a defensive triangle for the area and still serve today as a reminder of a less peaceful past. Coity is undoubtedly the best preserved of the three castles and is a great day out for anyone interested in local or Welsh history. The town of Bridgend in its modern form owes its significance to the mining industries that developed around the town in the 17th century, causing the population of Bridgend to rise steadily through the centuries.
21st century Bridgend has a vast range of activities and days out to suit every taste and budget. Thrill seekers should head to nearby Porthcawl where Adventures Outdoor Activity Centre and Simon Tucker’s Surfing Academy offer pulse racing pursuits and expert instruction, or take a trip to Bridgend’s indoor skatepark. For those who like their leisure a little more leisurely St Mary’s and Maesteg Golf Clubs are both close at hand, whilst there are a number of local trails that can be explored on cycle saddle or horseback. Bryngarw Country Park is an award winning heritage site a short drive from the town centre and the Kenfig National Nature Reserve is a haven for wildlife watchers and walkers alike. Bridgend itself holds several annual events, the most unique of which is the Bridgend Mash Up, an unusual mix of extreme sports and traditional athletic events transposed onto the urban landscape of the town centre.

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