Aberdare Removal Company Near Me

Aberdare is the beautiful town nestled in the Cynon Valley area of Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, where the Rivers Dare (Dâr) and Cynon combine. The name Aberdare itself means “the mouth of the river dare” and refers to the lush greenery and scenic rivers surrounding this town. Aberdare was originally a small village focused on agriculture in the 11th to 15th century, and by the 19th century had
worked itself into a mining and industrial town with an abundance of coal and iron ore. With this development happening, the population of Aberdare grew quite substantially. Aberdare speaks mainly Welsh and is still considered one of the centres of Welsh culture and publishing. Alun Lewis, a poet in the Second World War, even dedicated and wrote a poem titled The Mountain over Aberdare. An interesting fact for music lovers, the founding members of the band The Stereophonics originated from a nearby village to Aberdare. The town also has an easily accessible train station as well as bus station, making a trip away pleasant and quick to do.

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Things to do in Aberdare

Aberdare Park is a well looked after Victorian Park that has maintained its charm and beauty for those who visit. Stroll between the colourful flowers or hop into the boat on the lake, let the kids bounce on the jumping castle or settle in the comfy well looked after grass for a picnic and some sunshine in the warmer months. Caerphilly Castle is truly something to see, with 12 hectares of land,
this expansive castle is rich in history and architecture. This beautiful castle has been restored and well-kept and is open to the public 7 days a week. A definite must see whether you are visiting or a resident in Wales. Whether you are in the mood for the outdoors or a cosy hot chocolate at a local café, Aberdare has something to offer everyone.

Benefits of moving to Aberdare

Aberdare is a stunning, safe place to live and raise a family. For that small town feel and really getting to know your neighbours, this is the place to be. Aberdare has some great schools on offer, from private schools to state schools, special schools and community schools. Each and every students’ needs can be met at the school of their choice. Aberdare has really kept its homely feel, having only one high school, although it is close enough away for scholars to travel to surrounding towns for high school or further education. In search of that secluded feeling living between the mountains in peace and quiet? This is the place for you. A definite quieter lifestyle is to be found in the cozy little town of Aberdare.