Cwmbran


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Cwmbran

(ˌkuːmˈbrɑːn)
n
(Placename) a new town in SE Wales, in Torfaen county borough, developed in the 1950s. Pop: 47 254 (2001)
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58am yesterday two burglaries were reported in Court Farm Road, Llantarnam, Cwmbran.
Meritor is creating seventy-five new jobs in Cwmbran the company s global centre of excellence for air disc brakes after securing a major contract with Scania.
Alan Davies, from Trealaw, fished pellets with a long pole to catch a winning 48lb 8oz of carp; Newport angler Mark Guerra was runner up with 36lb 12oz and Gary Thomas, from Cwmbran, third with 21lb 4oz.
Doreen Morgan, 74, and 73-year-old Sylvia Softley, died after being hit by a car on Llandowlais Road, Oakfield, Cwmbran, South Wales, on October 3.
IMPROVING Bridgend Town defeated Cwmbran for the second time in the space of seven days to move smoothly into the third round of the Welsh Cup.
RHYL hammered hapless Cwmbran Town 7-1 in a one-sided romp.
Poor Cwmbran Town couldn't cope with the Parkhead superstars and if this had been a boxing match it would have been stopped long before the end.
CWMBRAN warmed up for their UEFA Cup clash against Scottish giants Celtic with a comfortable victory in front of a small crowd.
A SEVENTH person has been arrested in connection with a fire that destroyed part of Coed Eva Primary School, Cwmbran, on New Year's Day.
PRINCIPALITY Building Society's Cwmbran branch has provided new kit for 30 people at Cwmbran Park Bowling Club, which will help the team look their best when they compete.
Cwmbran appear favourites for the drop as, despite plenty of commitment, they rarely troubled a side looking to secure an FAW Premier Cup slot for next season.