Bryncoch South

Bryncoch South is an electoral ward of Neath Port Talbot county borough, Wales forming part of the parish of Blaenhonddan.

Bryncoch South covers some or all of the following areas: Bryncoch, Caewern and Rhydding in the parliamentary constituency of Neath. Bryncoch South is an almost completely developed ward. It is bounded by the wards of Bryncoch North to the north; Cadoxton to the east; Neath North to the southeast; and Dyffryn to the southwest.

In the 2012 local council elections, the electorate turnout was 37.25%. The results were:

Candidate Party Votes Status
Rob James Labour 856 Labour gain
Janice Dudley Plaid Cymru 825 Plaid Cymru hold
Tony Wyn-Jones Plaid Cymru 744
Andrew Jenkins Labour 703
Electoral wards of Neath Port Talbot county borough
  • Aberavon
  • Baglan
  • Briton Ferry East
  • Briton Ferry West
  • Bryn and Cwmavon
  • Coedffranc Central
  • Coedffranc North
  • Coedffranc West
  • Cymmer
  • Glyncorrwg
  • Gwynfi
  • Margam
  • Port Talbot
  • Sandfields East
  • Sandfields West
  • Tai-Bach
  • Aberdulais
  • Allt-Wen
  • Blaengwrach
  • Bryncoch North
  • Bryncoch South
  • Cadoxton
  • Cimla
  • Crynant
  • Cwmllynfell
  • Dyffryn
  • Glynneath
  • Godre'r Graig
  • Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen
  • Lower Brynamman
  • Neath East
  • Neath North
  • Neath South
  • Onllwyn
  • Pelenna
  • Pontardawe
  • Resolven
  • Rhos
  • Seven Sisters
  • Tonna
  • Trebanos
  • Ystalyfera

Coordinates: 51°40′39″N 3°48′54″W / 51.67753°N 3.81505°W / 51.67753; -3.81505

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