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Ystrad Peithyll Ystrad Peithyll (also known as Stradpeithyll and Rhosgoch Motte) is the remains of a small 12th-century motte-and-bailey castle on the River Peithyll, near Penrhyn-coch in northern Ceredigion, Wales. Built in the wake of the Norman occupation of Wales under Henry I and inhabited by a steward named Razo or Razon, it was attacked and destroyed in the rebellion led by Gruffydd ap Rhys (1113 or 1116).
Ystrad Rhondda Ystrad is long and narrow, a main road where most amenities can be found, and a series of smaller residential streets lined with the terraces associated with the area. The majority of housing stock is the classic South Wales valleys terrace with infills of new build.
Ystrad Einion Ystrad Einion or Ystrad-Einion is a small village in the community of Ysgubor-y-coed, Ceredigion, Wales, which is 78.7 miles (126.7 km) from Cardiff and 175.4 miles (282.2 km) from London.
Ystrad Einion Ystrad Einion is represented in the National Assembly for Wales by Elin Jones (Plaid Cymru) and the Member of Parliament is Mark Williams (Liberal Democrats).
Ystrad Marchell Together with Llannerch Hudol and Deuddwr it formed the "Teirswydd" ("three commotes") which were among the lands restored into the possession of Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn in return for his homage and fealty by Llywelyn ap Gruffudd at Ystumanner in 1263.
Ystrad Mynach Ystrad Mynach is a town in the County Borough of Caerphilly, within the ancient county of Glamorgan, Wales, and is 5 miles north of Caerphilly town. It has a population of around 13,500 and stands in the Rhymney Valley . Before the Industrial Revolution and the coming of coal mining in the South Wales Coalfield the valley was rural and farmed . It lies in the community of Gelligaer.
Ystrad Mynach In the Welsh language, "ystrad" is a wide flat bottomed valley. The termination "ach" is associated with the names of marshy floodplains of rivers and is also found nearby in the names "Llanbradach" and "Llancaiach". Ystrad Mynach is a corruption of Ystrad-Man-Ach ("man" = place) and is not derived from the Welsh "mynach" meaning monk. Prior to erection of defences on the River Rhymney in the 1960s the town was indeed subject to periodic flooding.
Ystrad Mynach Situated to the north of Ystrad Mynach, is a collection of houses called Tredomen; these houses were built to house the workers of the since-demolished "Tredomen Works". This collection of houses is one of the best examples of socially graded houses in the world - ranging from two-up two-down, to a five-bedroom manor in Park Lane with adjoining servants' quarters.
Ystrad Mynach There are four mobile phone masts in Ystrad Mynach operated by 3 (3G), Vodafone (2G), O2 (2G) and EE (2G + 3G) (previously T-Mobile. 3 has plans to build a new Ultrafast mast, which will provide a much faster service, it will start off with the DC-HSDPA technology and then will upgrade to LTE, the full speed 4G technology.
Ystrad Mynach Since 2000, Penallta RFC has been one of the most successful rugby clubs in Wales, winning numerous titles at all levels. Penallta won the Worthington Welsh District's Cup at the Millennium Stadium in 2001 and the Swalec Plate at the Millennium Stadium in 2012. Amid a string of league titles, including winning Division 1 East in 2015, Penallta has won two Silver Ball titles, in 2005 and 2015. Penallta Youth has also been extraordinarily successful for a 'village' club. The Youth played at the Millennium Stadium in 2014 and 2015, winning the coveted Welsh Youth Cup and then finishing runners-up a year later. In 2014 the Penallta Youth side, led by Scarlets player Jack Condy, won all seven competitions they entered, winning every single game.