Port Talbot


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Port Talbot

(ˈtɔːlbət; ˈtæl-)
n
(Placename) a port in SE Wales, in Neath Port Talbot county borough on Swansea Bay: established as a coal port in the mid-19th century; large steelworks; ore terminal. Pop: 35 633 (2001)
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A BANKSY artwork is expected to move from the side of a Port Talbot garage by the end of May.
But after struggling Rhyl smashed their rivals Port Talbot Town, 11 people were arrested over alleged match-fixing.
HOW many of us have been guilty of driving past Port Talbot on the M4, without sparing a thought for the community there?
AGROUP of 1970s American rockers have applied for "creative asylum" in Welsh steel town Port Talbot. Rocket from the Tombs, who share members with rock legends Pere Ubu, have declared the South Wales industrial town their spiritual homeland - yet they have never been there.
PORT TALBOT v Bala s4C, 3pm NEITHER Tottenham or Arsenal will want to end the weekend looking forward to Europa League football next season, but that is the prize up for grabs in the Welsh Premier play-off this afternoon, writes Ian Wilkerson.
The tie of the South Wales rounds sees Bridgend making the trip to Port Talbot Town.
AIRBUS UK's new look squad will face a stern test, when they take on fancied Port Talbot Town at the Airfield today.
A MASSIVE ship that cost hundreds of millions of dollars to build could be docked in Port Talbot indefinitely.
FIXTURES for the second phase of the Welsh Premier League season have been announced as follows: CHAMPIONSHIP CONFERENCE Saturday 31 January: Aberystwyth Town v Carmarthen Town or Newtown, The New Saints v Port Talbot Town.
PORT Talbot got off to a flyer in their bid for a European play-off place yesterday, with a 4-2 victory over Prestatyn at Bastion Gardens as the Welsh Premier League second phase started.