Brackla is a suburb of the South Wales town of Bridgend. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brackla"
Bridgend ( Welsh: Pen-y-bont) is a town in the traditional county of Glamorgan and the main town in the county borough of Bridgend. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bridgend"
Island Farm was a former Prisoner of War Camp (Camp 198/Special Camp IX) on the outskirts of the town of Bridgend, South Wales. It hosted a number of Axis prisoners, mainly German. The list of former inmates includes many senior SS military leaders, who were awaiting extradition to the Nuremburg trials. ...more on Wikipedia about "Island Farm"
TheMcArthur Glen Designer Outlet Village Wales is a commerical development consisting of around 100 different shopping retail outlets. It is operated by McArthur Glen, which operate a number of other similar outlet villages in the United Kingdom and western Europe. ...more on Wikipedia about "McArthur Glen Designer Outlet Wales"
ROF Bridgend, (Filling Factory No. 2), was one of the largest of sixteen World War II, UK government-owned, Royal Ordnance Factory munitions Filling Factories. It was of great significance to the Britain's war effort. At its peak of production it employed around 40,000 people — said to be the largest ever factory in Britain's history. ...more on Wikipedia about "ROF Bridgend"
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