Port Talbot County

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Glynneath (electoral Ward)
... of an electoral ward and a parish in Neath Port Talbot county borough, Wales ... Pavett Labour 529 Electoral wards of Neath Port Talbot county borough Aberavon Aberavon Baglan Briton Ferry East Briton Ferry West Bryn and Cwmavon Coedffranc Central Coedffranc North Coedffranc West Cymmer Glyncorrwg ...
Lower Brynamman - Electoral Ward
... Lower Brynamman Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council Councillor Arwyn Woolcock (Labour) The electoral ward of Lower Brynamman forms part of the parish of Gwaun-Cae-Gurwen ... Neath Port Talbot Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council Communities Aberavon Baglan Bay Blaengwrach Blaenhonddan Briton Ferry Bryn Cilybebyll Clyne Coedffranc Crynant Cwmavon Cwmllynfell ...
Sandfields East
... Dwyrain Traethmelyn) is an electoral ward and a community of Neath Port Talbot county borough, Wales ... Neath Port Talbot Hospital is located in the ward ... Labour 750 Captain Beany Independent 669 Len Willis Independent 622 Electoral wards of Neath Port Talbot county borough Aberavon Aberavon Baglan Briton Ferry East Briton Ferry West Bryn and ...
SA Postcode Area - Coverage
... Quarter, Mayhill, Mount Pleasant, Pentrechwyth, Port Tennant, St ... City Centre, Townhill, Waun Wen, Winch Wen, Winch Wen Industrial Estate City County of Swansea SA2 SWANSEA Brynmill, Cockett, Derwen Fawr, Dunvant, Fairwood, Glanmor, Hendrefoilan, Hendrefoilan ...
Seven Sisters (electoral Ward)
... is an electoral ward coterminous with a parish in Neath Port Talbot county borough, Wales ... Davies Labour 241 Electoral wards of Neath Port Talbot county borough Aberavon Aberavon Baglan Briton Ferry East Briton Ferry West Bryn and Cwmavon Coedffranc ...

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