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The museum has a great many collections on offer, including the 49th Reconnaisance Regiment formed in 1941, Samtampa Disaster 1947, Railways, The Great War exhibition, archaeological finds and records from local churches.
Spend a traditional seaside day at the funfair set right by the sea overlooking the spectacular Heritage Coast. Funfair rides, slot machines, hot doughnuts, fish and chips, in fact everything for a fun filled day out.
Based around the former 1780's Ironworks established by John Bedford, the park is an interesting mix of industrial archaelogy, rare plants and flowers, where visitors can study interpretation panels, take country walks and nature trails.
Built in 1932, the Grand Pavilion is an Art-Deco multi purpose venue offering live shows, conference and wedding facilities and private parties. The Theatre is situated on the seafront with panoramic views of the Heritage Coast.
Newton is the most easterly beach at Porthcawl and is a ten minute walk from the picturesque village of Newton.
St Teilo's church Merthyr Mawr built 1850 by Ferrey/Pritchard on site of earlier medieval church.
Rest Bay is a popular beach at Porthcawl with miles of fine quality golden sand and some rock pools backed by low cliffs.
A quieter beach near Porthcawl, popular with locals and surfers, with golden sand edged by a rocky shoreline.
Trecco Bay beach at Porthcawl is a large sandy beach with excellent water quality. Although only a five minute walk away from Trecco Bay Holiday Park, it is relatively quiet.
Sker Beach is the most westerly of Porthcawl's beaches and is only accessible by walking from Rest Bay or the Kenfig National Nature Reserve.
Substantial remains of a Norman stone-built castle, raised by the de Londres family. The initial earthwork castle was established by William de Londres, soon after 1100.
Ogmore is one of the most popular beaches for visitors along the Glamorgan Heritage Coast due to its expansive golden sands and fertile rock pools.
Leiester's Restaurant Bridgend is an award winning AA rosette restaurant. You will find a restaurant offering an exquisite dining experience reflecting the best in Welsh cooking.
Join us at St Donats Arts Centre and learn a range of sequence dancing in our glass room with panoramic sea views.
Kenfig NNR (includes the area of sand dunes and Kenfig Pool) are designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI). Glamorgan's largest natural lake, Kenfig Pool, is set on the edge of this beautiful sand dune nature reserve.
Dunraven Bay attracts thousands of visitors every year; although officially called Dunraven Bay, it is also often referred to Southerndown beach taking its name from the nearby village.
A carriage tour along the dramatic coastline of the Vale of Glamorgan's heritage coast.
Surrounded by the huge sand dune system of Merthyr Mawr warren, you can still visit the remains of Candleston Castle, once a 14th century fortified manor house.
Ewenny Priory, in Ewenny in the Vale of Glamorgan, was a monastery of the Benedictine order, founded in the 12th century.
The Parish of Ewenny lies just off the southern edge of the town of Bridgend, about 20 miles west of Cardiff.