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Kenfig - The Complete History
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Identified by The National Library of Wales Kenfig - The Complete History
A Welsh Documentary Heritage Website
Identified by The National Library of Wales

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Kenfig, South Wales, UK || Location Guide



Documenting the entire history of the old kenfig borough / old bro cynffig


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Kenfig, South Wales

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Kenfig is situated approximately 3 miles North of Porthcawl on the Bristol Channel coast and about 2 miles South of Margam and Port Talbot.
Kenfig and surrounding areas can be easily be accessed from Junctions 37 & 38 M4 motorway network.
The old Kenfig borough itself was originally encompassed within the Margam Estate, Kenfig lies on the borders of the old Mid Glamorgan and West Glamorgan Boundaries.

Porthcawl

A seaside town developed in the 19th century as a coal port situated nearly equidistant between the cities of Cardiff to the east and Swansea to the west.

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Kenfig

A once medieval village and former borough; originally settled in the Bronze Age, the area has strong Roman and Viking influences and was developed by the Normans during the 12th century - the Kenfig area is steeped in history dating from well before prehistoric times.
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The Kenfig and surrounding areas are serviced by public transport by both bus and train services, the latter at Pyle Railway Station on the main London to Swansea line.

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