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Mornington Meadows

Mornington Meadows (Welsh: Dolydd Trefore) is a residential area of the town of Caerphilly, south Wales. The name comes from the pastoral land and hay meadows which once covered this area. It borders Lansbury Park to the north and pastoral land to the South. It is within the community council of Van, Caerphilly and the electoral ward of St. James. The estate was constructed in the 1970s. All residential roads within the estate are linked into a circular internal ring road - Pen Y Cae. The estate only has one exit road for vehicles but a considerable number for pedestrians. Despite Mornington Meadows having an English name all of the roads in the estate have Welsh names.

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Mornington Meadows
... Mornington Meadows (Welsh Dolydd Trefore) is a residential area of the town of Caerphilly, south Wales ... name comes from the pastoral land and hay meadows which once covered this area ... Despite Mornington Meadows having an English name all of the roads in the estate have Welsh names ...

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