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a mining town in southern Wales

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After fundraising started in 2018, donations were made and collections took place at supermarkets in Aberdare.
class="MsoNormalAnother fire was reported in Aberdare moorland at Embaringo which is on the border of Nyeri and Nyandarua counties.
As well as banning drinking in the street in Aberdare and Pontypridd, the PSPO will also make the whole of RCT a Controlled Drinking Zone.
It all takes place over the weekend of July 12 and 13, and Gerald Pacitti, dealer principal at Specialist Cars Mitsubishi, Aberdare, said: "We are really looking forward to welcoming customers old and new to mark the grand occasion.
The visitors started well and Ruthin had to defend against Aberdare's strong pack for much of the first quarter.
As well as the reward, Mr Moray's family are organising searches of the Aberdare area in a bid to find the 32-year-old, who was reported missing to South Wales Police on August 2.
Prior to working at The Bute Arms, the Bradleys worked at the Victoria Park in Canton, Cardiff, for eight years until fate took them to Aberdare in December 2016.
Five years earlier Aberdare Girls' school got one top ranking and seven second from top rankings from inspectors under a different Estyn ranking system.
| Monday to Friday: 5.51am Aberdare to Cardiff Central; 6.08am Merthyr Tydfil to Cardiff Central | Sunday: 9.22am Aberdare to Cardiff Central; 11.53am Aberdare to Cardiff Central; 5.53pm Aberdare to Cardiff Central; 7.53pm Aberdare to Cardiff Central; 10.41am Cardiff Central to Aberdare; 4.41pm Cardiff Central to Aberdare; 6.41pm Cardiff Central to Aberdare What services have been altered?
Aberdare Community School opened in September 2014, replacing Aberdare High School, Aberdare Girls' School and Blaengwawr Comprehensive School, bringing to an end more than a century of singlesex education in the Cynon Valley.
Aberdare Park hosted the racers for stage five of the tour - which included Olympic heroes Sir Bradley Wiggins, Mark Cavendish and Cardiff's own Owain Doull - as they set off, heading through Pontypool and Usk before travelling through the Forest of Dean and up along the Severn Estuary into Gloucester, finishing in Bath.
NO-DRINKING zones are being created in Aberdare and Pontypridd as part of a new crackdown on street drinking.
Stage four of the Tour of Britain takes place on Wednesday, September 7, from Denbigh to Builth Wells, and stage five is being held the next day, starting in Aberdare and heading to Bath via Ystrad Mynach, Pontypool and Monmouthshire.