Bridgend Removal Company Near Me

The town of Bridgend, also known as Welsh Pen-y-bont Ar Ogwr, is a rural town, peaceful enough to be a quiet serene place to live, but also close enough to a number of amenities and some truly awesome things to do. From Ogmore Castle, Coity Castle and the 14th century Candleston Castle, Bridgend offers history and a rich family culture for all its residents to enjoy. Bridgend has both industrial and commercial estates and shopping centres with very popular shops to browse through. Beautiful Porthcawl is one of the leading coastal resorts in South Wales, frequented by its residents as well as visitors from all over the UK. Think Ocean breeze, greenery and long brisk walks to fill up an afternoon. Bridgend is also a quick drive down the M4 to Cardiff or Swansea for some fantastic shopping, restaurants and pubs.

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Things to do in Bridgend

Known as a breath of fresh air, Bridgend is home to luscious landscapes, green golf courses and gorgeous shorelines for year round surfing. Whether you are in the mood for an idyllic stroll or bike ride in the countryside of Bryngawr Park or if you’d prefer to spend a day at the Coney Beach Pleasure Park, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to the endless list of outdoor activities available. In search of some history and culture? Plan a visit to the Grand Pavillion Theatre or the Carnegie House Arts Centre to satisfy your creative tastebuds. A simple day alone is not enough to explore the lovely town of Bridgend, as there are far too many cosy coffee shops and pubs, restaurants and indoor and outdoor places to see with the family or a friend.

Education in Bridgend

Bridgend has both State and Independent Schools on offer to its residents and many, many options to choose from. Whether you would like your child to attend a catholic school or a comprehensive school, primary school or secondary school, the choices are limitless. There are also some special schools for those that need a bit of extra help, such as Heronsbridge School or Strinsea College. Mornings in Bridgend are comprised of children and parents walking to school all bundled up and ready for the day ahead. The homey, family vibe that’s found in this picturesque town is truly remarkable.

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Local Suburbs Nearby:

  • Brackla
  • Bridgend
  • Cefn Cribwr
  • Coity Higher
  • Cornelly
  • Coychurch Higher
  • Coychurch Lower
  • Garw Valley
  • Laleston

Local Places Nearby:

  • Llangynwyd Lower
  • Llangynwyd Middle
  • Maesteg
  • Merthyr Mawr
  • Newcastle Higher
  • Ogmore Valley
  • Pencoed
  • Porthcawl
  • Pyle
  • St Bride’s Minor
  • Ynysawdre