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Llwynypia (also spelled Llwyn-y-pia), is a village in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, near Tonypandy in the Rhondda Fawr Valley. Before 1850 a lightly populated rural farming area, Llwynypia experienced a population boom between 1860 and 1920 with the sinking of several coal mines after the discovery of large coal deposits throughout the Rhondda Valleys.The Welsh name means "the grove of the Magpie" or "Magpie's Bush" and was taken from the name of a farm that once existed in the area.The statue of Archibald Hood originally stood in front of the now demolished Miner's Institute known locally as the "The Library".Llwynypia is also home to Asda supermarket and the Powerhouse, originally used in the early 1900's for miners. It played a big part in the 1910 Tonypandy Riots.
Pontypridd Police Station, Berw Road, Pontypridd, CF37 2TR which is open from 8am until Midnight 7 days a week. Non urgent incidents please Ring 101.
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Asda Cafe Colliers Way at 6pm
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Priority 1Youth Annoyance general non alcohol related
Location: park on institute road, llwynypia
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To view information on a PACT Project click the link. The current PACT Projects are:
- Vehicle Misuse & Noise Nuisance
- Vehicle Misuse & Noise Nuisance at Asda and McDonalds
- Poaching at Glyn Cornel Lake
- Members of Glyn Cornel angling club have raised concerns of unknown people attending the lake and taking fish out of the by unknown means.
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