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Gelligaer is a town in Caerphilly, South Wales, in the Rhymney River valley. It is on the B4254 road between Treharris and Blackwood. Its estimated population as of 1985 was 16,900. Current industry includes automobile and rubber products manufacturing.
Gelligaer is known for its stone Roman fort, believed to have been built between 103 and 111 A.D. and excavated in the early 20th century. There is also an ancient standing stone north of the village.
Pubs/Bars in Gelligaer: Harp Inn St Cattwgs Avenue Gelligaer Hengoed Caerphilly CF82 8FE 014438 30496
The Cross Inn Heol Adam Gelligaer Hengoed Caerphilly CF82 8FU 01443 828001
Misc in Gelligaer: Gellagaer Bowling Club Glyngaer Road Gelligaer Hengoed Mid Glamorgan CF82 8FJ 01443 875634
Retail in Gelligaer: Co-op Convenience Shop St Cattwgs Avenue Gelligaer Caerphilly Glamorgan CF82 8FD
Places of Worship in Gelligaer: Parish Of Gelligaer The Rectory Church Rd Gelligaer Hengoed Mid Glamorgan CF82 8FW 01443 830300 www.parishofgelligaer.org.uk
Schools/Colleges in Gelligaer: Glyngaer CP School (Primary) Oxford Street Glyngaer Gelligaer Hengoed CF82 8FF 01443 875518
Greenhill Primary School Penywrlod Gelligaer Hengoed CF82 8EU 01443 875521
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