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SEVEN SISTERS is a small village in the Dulais Valley, it lies 10 miles Northeast of Neath. SEVEN SISTERS falls within the ward of Neath Port Talbot County Borough.
The village of SEVEN SISTERS had always been recognised historically for its coal mining pit that was located in the middle of what was once one of the richest sources of coal in Britain , if not the World. The sinking of the pit began when Miss Isobella BEVAN , one of seven daughters of local coal owner Evan Evans-Bevan cut the first sod of the colliery on Monday, March 11th 1872, which led to its completion in 1875. Initially Evans-Bevan had wanted to name the pit after his first daughter Isobella but reconsidered and named it after all his seven daughters hence the name SEVEN SISTERS colliery.
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Seven Sisters Community Centre @ 6.30pm
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Priority 2Youth Annoyance general non alcohol related
Location: youth annoyance
Priority 3Drug Dealing
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