Ewenny

Ewenny (Welsh: Ewenni) is a village on the River Ewenny in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales.

Over the years the village has grown into the neighbouring village of Corntown to such an extent that there is no longer a clear boundary between the two. The nearest town of significant size is Bridgend, 3.1 km (1.9 mi) away.

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Pencoed
... Lying on the Ewenny River it has a population of around 11,000 (latest figures show 11,832) ... The town nestles in the Ewenny valley, straddling the M4 motorway at junction 35 ... numerous streams rising and running through the town and two main rivers the Ewenny Fawr (the Big Ewenny) and the Ewenny Fach (the Small Ewenny) ...
Maesteg (Ewenny Road) Railway Station
... Maesteg (Ewenny Road) railway station is one of two railway stations that serve the town of Maesteg in Wales ... It is located adjacent to the Ewenny Road Industrial Estate to the south of Maesteg on the Maesteg Line from Cardiff via Bridgend ...
Ewenny - Other Points of Interest
... A Roman bridge is situated near the reserve. ...
High Sheriff Of Glamorgan - 16th Century
... Sir George Herbert of Swansea 1542 Sir Rice Mansel of Margam 1543 Sir Edward Carne of Ewenny 1544 William Bassett of Beapre 1545 Sir George Mathew of Radyr ...
Ewenny River - Course
... rises to the north east of Bridgend town, in South Wales, where two minor rivers known as Ewenny Fach (Little Ewenny) and Ewenny Fawr (Big Ewenny) join ... Ewenny Fach is considered a tributary of the Ewenny Fawr, which in turn is formed when three streams, Nant Canna, Nant Ciwc and Nant Crymlyn join ... Pencoed and under the M4 Motorway until it is joined by the Ewenny Fach south of Junction 35 of the road ...