Gelligaer Common

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Despite at first glance appearing deserted there is more to Gelligaer than meets the eye – its complex history of fact and legend has left interesting Roman and Medieval remains. Among its gems are a interesting Roman and Medieval remains. Among its gem are a megalithic burial mound at Carn Bugail, the Cen Gelligaer Stone and the remnants of Capel Gwladys, the mother of Tydfil the Martyr from which Merthyr Tydfil gets its name.

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What's on 2018 - Town Centre

What's on 2018 - Town Centre

Merthyr’s events and festivals

Celebrate with us as Merthyr comes alive with festivals and events celebrating the very best of our town. We are enthusiastic about sharing the things we love with you, whether it’s our local food and drink, our history…

Hop on Merthyr Tydfil’s free Saturday Hoppa bus!

Hop on Merthyr Tydfil’s free Saturday Hoppa bus!

The Merthyr Hoppa coach will link the new Trago Mills store to Cyfarthfa Park, the historical Redhouse in Pontmorlais, Merthyr Leisure Village, the town centre and Cyfarthfa Retail Park.
The County Borough Council initiative sponsored by The Big Heart…
New Tourist Information Centre - NOW OPEN

New Tourist Information Centre - NOW OPEN

Merthyr Tydfil’s growing status as an activity tourism destination is set to continue, with the county borough bucking the national trend towards closure of Tourist Information Centres.Cuts to local authority services have meant the disappearance of …