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Cwmbach is a village near Aberdare, in Rhondda Cynon Taff, Wales.

Cwmbach means 'Little Valley' in Welsh (Cwm = Valley, Bach = Little)

The village is served by Cwmbach railway station on the Merthyr Line - Aberdare branch.

The Cwmbach Male Choir was formed in 1921 and were the first choir to sing at the famous Arms Park prior to an international rugby match. The Choir has shared the concert platform with some world famous artists, Paul Robeson, Sir Geraint Evans, Stuart Burrows, Dame Gwyneth Jones, Constance Shacklock, Patricia Kern and the internationally renowned guitarist John Williams, to name but a few.


 Trains in Cwmbach: Cwmbach is on the Merthyr Line


 Libraries in Cwmbach:
 Cwmbach Library
       Philip Row
       Cwmbach
       Aberdare
       CF44 0EF
 01685 882441
 Mon 10:00am-1:00pm
       Tue 10:00am-1:00pm 2:00pm-7:00pm
       Wed Closed
       Thur 2:00pm-5:00pm
       Fri 10:00-1:00pm 2:00pm-6:00pm


 B&B's/Guesthouses/Hotels in Cwmbach:
 Blaen-Nant-Y-Groes Farm
       Cwmbach
       Aberdare
       CF44 0EA
 01685 881457
 01685 722321
 [email protected]
 www.bnygfarm.com


 Schools/Colleges in Cwmbach:
 Cwmbach C.I.W. Primary School
       Tirfounder Road
       Cwmbach
       Aberdare
       CF44 0AT
 01685 873336

 Cwmbach Infants School
       Bridge Road
       Cwmbach
       Aberdare
       CF44 0LS
 01685 871141

 Cwmbach Junior School
       Llangorse Road
       Cwmbach
       Aberdare
       CF44 0HS
 01685 876115

 Cwmbach Nursery School
       Maeshyfryd
       Cwmbach
       Aberdare
       CF44 0DL
 01685 874274


Cwmbach Male Choir


 

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