Caerphilly has gone from strength to strength

Living in Caerphilly, Mid Glamorgan, Wales

We moved from Roath to Caerphilly in 2011. My husband and I had visited the town on many occasions (Christmas fairs, a wedding and a castle visit) however, I was a little concerned as it was the first time either of us had lived outside of a city. I had a few concerns (city folk […]

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Porth, god’s toilet.

Living in Porth, Wales

So, Porth translated is “gateway”. It’s the gates to hell more like. I live in Cymmer (said ******) so you know we are off to a good start. The Rhondda (and no less Porth) is filled with ne’er-do-wells, lacking ambition of any sort. It amazes me that you will not find a single pretty girl […]

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When you come to Maesteg, your **** alarm will explode! Wherever you turn, there is always a **** there, either smoking, or riding a ****** old bike. The majority of *****, come from either Caerau (a sub-town of Maesteg) or Oakwood (a council estate based in Garth, another sub-town of Maesteg). You rarely see goth’s […]

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Porthcawl.. A Sunny Seaside resort located in the heart of South Wales… Home to one of the biggest caravan parks in Europe, And a “nice, quiet lil’ town to retire in”.. Porthcawl, for many years, has been a “jewel” in the Welsh crown.. However, as we all know.. Nothing lasts forever.. A new darkness threatens […]

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A once pretty market town, nestling over the river; a centre of social life for several valleys. 20 miles from the bustle of pretentious Cardiff to the east, whilst a similar distance to the west Bridgend was a less industrial alternative to Swansea. Twin-Towns “Pretty ****** City”. Time moves on and the Valley Villages, traditionally […]

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Pontypridd is probably the focalpoint of **** activity in the South Wales valleys due to it being a convergence point of several valleys. The younger **** element of the area frequent a number of locations, the first of which being Ponty station, where I can personally vouch for the main steps being littered with spilt […]

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A town that, over the years, has descended into a primitive mess of **** culture. A particular haunt is the ‘Argos-Peacocks-Wilkinson’ triangle, where teenage mothers with bad skin blow lambert and butler smoke merrily over their malnourished offspring and where “uberchav” grandmothers in their late thirties exchange tales of pub glassings at high volume while […]

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Caerfilthy – Home of **** motorsport. **** hangouts include: 1. Motorworld – Cheapo ***** congregate to compare car bling 2. Halfords – posh ***** compare lexus lights and body kits 3. The Twyn Car park – see above 4. The lane behind the Cedar Tree – for ‘sound offs’ and year round breeding 5. The […]

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