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The Village Websmith - Web Design & Services in & around Gwent preserved county of South Wales
Although the county of Gwent was disbanded in 1996, it remains one of the preserved counties of Wales and the name is still used by emergency services, e.g. Gwent Police and Gwent Ambulance Service. It also lives on in the name of the Royal Gwent Hospital, Coleg Gwent and other public places.
Named after the Kingdom of Gwent, historically placed in and around Monmouthshire, the name of Gwent is inextricably embedded in Welsh history.
Gwent is the most heavily populated of the preserved counties of Wales with over half a million inhabitants. The administrative bodies that replaced Gwent Unitary Authority are Blaenau Gwent County Borough, Caerphilly County Borough, Monmouthshire, The City of Newport and Torfaen County Borough.
With the great population density, much of our work on domestic garage roller doors is concentrated in Gwent. With so much development going on in Newport, with new builds and housing developments springing up, there is great demand for high security, easy to operate, motorised garage doors with installation taking place at the earliest stage. We also find a very strong market for replacement doors as the more mature properties in the town being updated and renovated. Owners find the convenience of our remote control doors a great boon, particularly when the weather gets inclement.
Our manufacturing base is also within the preserved county of Gwent, being in the heart of Monmouthshire, so many customers prefer to buy locally for many practical reasons. Being on the doorstep makes it easy to scehdule installations accurately and maintain our enviable reputation for punctuality and efficiency. For more information, please call us on the number shown, or click in the header of any page to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo from Featured Project near Gwent preserved county of South Wales
2014 04 10 Sarah Banham Book Launch 34
Yesterday, I was privileged to be invited to the launch of the latest book by Essex author, Sarah Banham. The venue was stunning, being a 19th century sailing barge in Maldon Marina. Dozens of local writers and book fans came to take part in this beautifully organised launch.Even the mayor was there, and in stark contrast to any mayoral visit I have witnessed before, joined in the party with gusto, staying right the way through to the end of the evening and chatting enthusiastically to the assemblage. The Thames Barge, Thistle is the oldest iron hulled barge still operating and is the only Thames Barge to have been built in Scotland, leaving Glasgow for the first time in 1895.Sarah's latest book was very well received by all the attendees at the launch. It deals with the thorny issues of finding the confidence, the time and the discipline needed to write and publish your own books. They say that there is a story inside all of us, and with the help of Sarah's book , we can get it out from its hiding place and down onto paper where it belongs.
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