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With the three elections taking place in Blaenau Gwent on the 10th June 2004 its time to stick your "X" in the box. Also have your say on the elections and candidates by going to this thread on the forums here."IT'S A KNOCKOUT" time again with Hospice Of The Valleys on Sunday 6th June 2004 at Byrn Bach Park. Admission at the gate (Adults 2.00, Children 1.00, Cars & Passengers 5.00).However, the "new, improved" TA is looking to the future and attempting to appeal to a more civilized cross-section of society.The discos are to be replaced with 50s/60s music and the walls are now adorned with artwork although some of its customers are more familiar with "being framed" themselves.WARNING: The consumption of alcohol may create the illusion that you are tougher, smarter, faster and better looking than most people.
Next year we will hopefully be revealing our plans to take over Cardiff as capital of Wales, and also to push on with our fight to get a security fence erected on the boundary of Rhymney ;-) Ellen Waite has sent in some brilliant photo's of the A465 (heads of the valleys Road) before the recent road widening scheme. A big thank you to Ellen for the pics :-) The Tredegar Forums are now no longer moderated, so your posts will become available straight away.If this starts to be abused, we will change it back to a moderated forum again. Dear Sir / Madam ,my family all came from Tredegar ,my grandfather David John Miles was born in the town in 1869 ,he married Alice marry Morgan ,they had 2 sons Evan Stanley ,and my father Lionel Miles , I had not been to Tredegar for 40 years but my wife and I came up last weekend ,we had a lovely weekend and it was lovely to be back in Wales after so many years ,we found the people so friendly and helpful .I also had relations by the name of Davies as my grandmothers sister married into the Davies family who were butchers in the town , I remember my fathers cousin Ivor Davies who lived in Market street and the butchers shop was in Commercial road , I have very found memories of the town and the people ,my grandfather came back to live in Tredegar when he was about 80 in 1950 , I have a photo of the cricket team taken about that date my grandfather is in the middle front row ,we also were talking to a taxi driver in the town Saturday who told us that the lady who works in the library was a Miles before she married we were hoping to meet her but the Library was shut ,my aunty Polly Evans lived in shop row we went to see her house but it is now gone and is the doctors surgery there now , I thought the photo might be of interest as there might be relations of the other members of the cricket team still living in the town ,my wife and I enjoyed our visit very much and hope to return soon , Because of the nature of some of the post being placed on the Tredegar Forums over the last few weeks, we have changed the way in which new posts are displayed to the public.Everytime you post a new topic, or reply to a topic the message will not be displayed until a moderator has approved it.The checking of new posts will happen several times a day, so you will not see a long delay in getting your message displayed.