Fforest

Fforest is a Welsh word and frequent place-name element meaning 'forest'.

  • For the Carmarthenshire village, west of Pontarddulais, see Hendy
  • For the hill north of Llandovery, Carmarthenshire, see Fforest (Carmarthenshire)

Other articles related to "fforest":

Swansea Canal - Background
... In 1817, Fforest Fawr (English Great Forest of Brecon) was enclosed and divided into fields. 100 miles (160 km) of tracks connecting the farms of Sennybridge and the Fforest Fawr (where Christie wanted to improve the land through application of lime), with the charcoal burning centres and ...
Mynydd Fforest - Etymology and Forestation
... Conifer plantations which border Mynydd Fforest have allowed a few European Larches, and Sitka Spruce to take root ... Apart from large areas of moorland, small areas of Mynydd Fforest have been re-taken by native trees, such as Mountain Ash, Sessile Oak, Holly, Hazel, Hawthorn, Blackthorn, and Ash ... access to other areas beyond Mynydd Fforest, although there are few gates, so, while in the past people and vehicles were spread over a wide area, they have been funneled into few gates, increasing erosion and ...
List Of United Kingdom Locations: Ff-Fn - Ff
... Bridgend 51.54° N 03.64° W SS8684 Fforest Carmarthenshire 51.71° N 04.05° W SN5804 Fforest-fach Swansea 51.63° N 03.99° W SS6295 Fforest Goch Neath Port Talbot 51.69° N 03.82° W SN7401 Ffostrasol ...
The Brecon Beacons National Park
... regions - the Black Mountain in the west, Fforest Fawr (Great Forest) and the Brecon Beacons in the centre, and the confusingly named Black Mountains in ... The western half gained European and Global status in 2005 as Fforest Fawr Geopark ... This includes the Black Mountain, the historic extent of Fforest Fawr, and much of the Brecon Beacons and surrounding lowlands ...