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Argoed Argoed is a Welsh word, meaning 'by a wood'. It is the name of several places:
Argoed, Caerphilly Before 1960 the village was served by Argoed railway station. This was initially a stop on the Sirhowy Tramroad, which opened in 1822. The tramroad was converted to a conventional standard gauge railway in 1865, the Sirhowy Railway. The station closed in 1960 and the railway has been converted into a cycle path.
Argoed, Powys The Argoed water mill dates back to at least 1840. It stands on Nant Treflyn, a tributary of the River Wye, not far from Doldowlod Hall, Llanwrthwl. The property has recently been converted to a holiday-let cottage.
Argoed, Caerphilly Argoed is a village, community and an electoral ward in the Sirhowy Valley between Blackwood and Tredegar in Caerphilly County Borough in south Wales. The population of the community and ward at the 2011 census was 2,769. As a community, Argoed also contains the villages of Markham and Hollybush. Argoed is .
Argoed, Flintshire Argoed is a small township and community in Flintshire, Wales in between the towns of Mold and Buckley.
Argoed, Flintshire Religion: There are 3 churches:- St.Cecilia's, Mynydd Isa, built 1842; St.James Church built 1893 and Village Temple Congregational Church founded in 1912.
Argoed, Flintshire An electoral ward in the same name exists. The population of this ward at the 2011 census was 2,836.
Argoed, Shropshire Argoed is a village in Shropshire, England, on the border with Wales. The name itself is Welsh and means "by a wood", and probably derives from early medieval times when it lay in the Kingdom of Powys.
Argoed, Caerphilly Zephaniah Williams, prosecuted for his part in the Chartist Newport Rising in 1839, was born in the village in 1795.
Argoed, Caerphilly On 6 November 2014 Cerys Yemm was killed in a reported act of cannibalism in The Sirhowy Arms Hotel, Argoed, which was operating as a bail hostel. The suspected murderer, Matthew Williams a recently released prisoner, was Tasered at the scene by officers of Gwent Police, and died shortly afterwards. The Independent Police Complaints Commission announced an investigation into the Police's handling of the incident.