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Talywain Abersychan Comprehensive School (Welsh: Ysgol Gyfun Abersychan) is a state-funded and non-selective comprehensive school.
Talywain It is an old and cultured rural area that has a long heritage in education and rural coal mining. The old British Coal mining (the NCB or British Coal) site was a great source of income and work for many of the local settlers and attracted people from far and wide with the chance of a stable job and living. The mine was very pro-active and produced a lot of coal and produce for a good half of a century before closing in May 1974 due to being unsafe.
Talywain The former British School was demolished in the 1990s and a housing association development was built on the site.
Talywain Talywain () is situated between Garndiffaith, Abersychan and Pentwyn in Torfaen in south east Wales, within the historic boundaries of Monmouthshire.
Talywain Talywain offers some hilltop views with beautiful surrounding scenery and a very warm small community. It offers several public houses along with a few small shops and a nearby viaduct which used to be used as a main train track and transport from Pontypool to Blaenavon for many years.
Talywain Talywain also has its own rugby and football clubs along with a soon to be 18 hole Golf Course and golf driving range. Talywain's own football club and team is Fairfield F.C, The team has been running well over 30 years with a long history of cups and achievements at domestic level. Talywain Rugby Club are the local rugby union club and has seen some of their players going on to play at semi-pro level for teams like Newport RFC and Pontypool RFC.
Talywain RFC In December 1947 a combined Pontypool, Talywain and Blaenavon side played against the Australian national team at Pontypool Park as part of a post-war rebuilding tour. The game ended 9-7 to the tourists. On 4 September 1973 Talywain played an invitational Monmouth team to celebrate the club's 75th anniversary and the opening of a new ground at Emlyn Park.
Talywain RFC Talywain Rugby Football Club are a Welsh rugby union club based in Talywain near the town of Pontypool, Wales. The club is a member of the Welsh Rugby Union and is a feeder club for the Newport Gwent Dragons.
Talywain RFC Although Talywain RFC played out almost all matches for the 2007-08 season in Division Four East they withdrew from the league before the end of the season. All games played against Talywain by the other teams in the league were classed as null and void and Talywain were relegated to Division Five East.
Abersychan and Talywain railway station Passenger use ceased during the Second World War, the first day without service being 5 May 1941, but general goods were carried until 1954 and the line was used by the Big Pit at Blaenavon until the coal mine closed in 1980.