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UK Moving House in Brecon, LD3
UK Moving House in LD3 Brecon These UK Moving House companies are located in Brecon
























































Handy Moves
Company Type: Moving House
Unit 53 , 63 Jeddo Rd
London, W12 9EE
Tel. 020 8746 7129
Tel. 08000 380 390

London Removals
Company Type: House Removals
26 York Street, Mayfair
London, W1U 6PZ
Tel. 020 8811 8933

Man and Van
Company Type: Moving Checklist
UNIT 36, 88-90 HATTON GARDEN
London, EC1N 8PN
Tel. 020 8811 8922

No added UK Moving House are located in Brecon

The following UK Moving House are the ones that we have found closest to Brecon
Swanson L B
Company Type: Removal Firm
62 Roundhouse Clo
, NP23 4QX
Tel. 01495 310101

Ebbw Vale Removals
Company Type: House Removals
Beaufort Rd
, NP23 5LH
Tel. 01495 307514



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LD3 UK Moving House services in Brecon
Places of interest in Brecon, LD3

Brecon Cathedral

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Brecon

The canal in Brecon was redeveloped in the 1990s and is now the site of two mooring basins and the Theatr Brycheiniog.

Dunster Park and Heathlands

This site is located in the north-east of the Exmoor National Park within a few miles of the Bristol Channel near the village of Dunster, and is notified for nationally important lowland dry heath, dry lowland acid grassland, wood-pasture with veteran trees and ancient semi-natural oak woodland habitats. The fauna of the lowland heath includes a nationally rare butterfly the Heath fritillary (Mellicta athalia). The assemblage of beetles associated with the veteran trees is of national significance.[1]

Beaufort, Ebbw Vale

Historically, the language of Beaufort was Welsh. Until the early 1900s, Beaufort was bilingual with both Welsh and English-language chapels. Elements of a Welsh service continued (e.g. in Carmel Chapel) until the 1970s. Amongst its Nonconformist chapels, the Welsh Independent Congregational Chapel 'Carmel' was pre-eminent, rising to national fame under the leadership of Thomas Rees DD (author of History of Protestant Nonconformity in Wales, whose second edition was printed in 1883). According to the 2001 census, 440 residents, or 11.7% of the village's population aged 3 and over can now speak Welsh[1]. This gives Beaufort the highest percentage of Welsh Speakers in Blaenau Gwent.

Ebbw Vale

Also in the town there is a keen interest in cricket (of which the town hosted several Glamorgan County Cricket fixtures until 1996), bowls, swimming, and a large host of football and rugby teams at varying levels. Eugene Cross Park is the home of both the town's rugby and cricket clubs. However, cricket predates rugby and Ebbw Vale's first recorded match was played against Blaina as far back as 1852. During the 19th century the influx of people from the surrounding counties looking for work in the local ironworks and coal mines gave cricket a boost and in June 1879 "a meeting was held at the Institute to form a cricket club in the town". steve jones is also from ebbw vale, steve broke the world marathon record in 1984 and still holds the british record of 2:07:13 even today.

Information by Wikipedia.com

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