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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Kevin, from Cwmbran, Wales, said: "Showcasing the beetroot was magical for myself, my family and the giant veg world."
* New investment in larger offices in Cwmbran, Wales will accommodate double the backoffice staff currently employed to cope with the anticipated requirements of new NHS contracts over the next five years.
The pair admitted their part in the theft at Burton's Biscuits in Cwmbran, Wales, on June 17 last year.
The 22-year-old animal was left with 16 puncture wounds to her abdomen, hind legs and neck after the attack in Cwmbran, Wales. Community farm manager Elizabeth Burns said: "It was abhorrent that someone could do this to an innocent animal - especially before the nativity.
There are 100 full-time and 40 part-time jobs, mainly for sales advisers, on offer at this claims management company's call centre in Cwmbran, Wales. It says a 35-hour week, with the possibility of Fridays off after the first six months, plus training, a bonus scheme, incentive shop and other perks are all part of its "work small, live big" policy.
Following the Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI), Spear achieved FSSC 22000 Certification for each of its US-based facilities, South African facility and the FSSC equivalent, BRC Certification, in Cwmbran, Wales, UK.
Loseley's factory in Cwmbran, Wales remains in administration with the administrator seeking a buyer.
One of his most convincing performances came in Cwmbran, Wales, in his first under-17 Gold Standard competition, where he took the individual title and was silver medal winner in the doubles alongside Surrey's Aaron Cheng.
The 22-year-old from Cwmbran, Wales, clocked 1:28.20 in finishing second to Russia's Alexey Fomenkov, while Britain's Matt Whorwood won bronze.
Stepfather Sion Stallard - who travelled to London with Kovi's mum Cynthia Langeveldt from their home in Cwmbran, Wales - said: "They have a bedsit but they refused to tell us where it is."
Centrex, the Central Police Training and Development Authority, said that two other centres in Cwmbran, Wales and Ashford, Kent, will also be closing as the changes mean police will be trained at a more local level.