Bridgend


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Bridgend

(ˌbrɪdʒˈɛnd)
n
(Placename) 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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Gwobr Diwydiannau Creadigol/Creative Industries Award: Sian Lloyd, David Banner, Wales Interactive Ltd with Robert Evans, Bridgend College
It will take place in the council chamber at the civic offices in Angel Street, Bridgend, on July 29.
BRIDGEND - Tries: R Howley, G Thomas; Con: L Griffiths; Pen goal: L Griffiths.
Bridgend were tiring badly and moments later their defence was shredded again as Boobyer went over for try number three.
Bridgend's Howe, re-established their lead through his second penalty but Harley Thompson crossed for Bedwas and further tries were added by Lewis Hudd and Stuart Davies as the home side sealed the bonus-point.
A SUBMARINE funded by the people of Bridgend during the Second World War has finally been found 73 years after it sank.
SEPTEMBER 7: Bridgend v Aberavon; Carmarthen Quins v Llandovery; Cardiff v Pontypridd; Ebbw Vale v Newport; RGC v Merthyr; Swansea v Llanelli.
September 14, WRU Specsavers Cup round one: RGC v Cardiff; Aberavon v Bargoed; Cardiff Met v Ystrad Rhondda; Newport v Carmarthen Quins; 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 W.
October 26: Aberavon v Llandovery; Bridgend v Pontypridd; Carmarthen v Swansea; Ebbw Vale v Llanelli; Newport v Merthyr; RGC v Cardiff.
15 BRIDGEND Tries: J Murphy, C Tantum; Con: C Evans; Pen: C Evans RGC1404 put Bridgend to the sword in brutal fashion with a bonus-point victory at Stadiwm Zip World to move into the top half of the Principality Premiership.
The Bridgend Business Forum Awards 2018 have launched, giving businesses across Bridgend County Borough a chance to shine a light on their success.
17 January 2013 - Welsh football clubs Bridgend Town and Bryntirion Athletic are nearing a merger, the Glamorgan Gazette reported today.