Clyne, Neath Port Talbot

Coordinates: 51°41′38″N 3°43′52″W / 51.694°N 3.731°W / 51.694; -3.731

OS grid reference SN803009
Principal area Neath Port Talbot
Country Wales
Sovereign state United Kingdom
Police South Wales
Fire Mid and West Wales
Ambulance Welsh
EU Parliament Wales
List of places
Neath Port Talbot

Clyne is a village in Neath Port Talbot county borough, Wales.

It is the main settlement within the community of Clyne and Melincourt. Clyne and Melincourt together with the community of Resolven make up the electoral ward of Resolven.

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