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“Born in Glanaman grew up in Llanedi near Ammanford and started his career in Cardiff and currently lives in Creigiau with his partner Pamela.”
“A film about Thatcher could not be more emotive for a girl from Ammanford, a mining town.”
“Her family at home in Ammanford near Swansea are no less overwhelmed, particularly as they have no links to the acting world.”
“College Street Books 15 College Street, Ammanford, Carmarthenshire SA18 3AD, 01269592140This is a good place to browse.”
“She was raised in Ammanford, Carmarthenshire, where she attended a Welsh-speaking school and trained as a ballet dancer before studying theatre, film and TV at Aberystwyth University.”
“When it was created after years of campaigning by the giant from Ammanford, Jim Griffiths, it was a symbol of the Welsh nation's political identity.”
“My parents settled in Cardiff in the late 60s, about the time our Welsh-Italian neighbours and our Welsh-speaking Ammanford neighbours moved in.”
“Visiting Ammanford, UK social exclusion minister Hilary Armstrong warned that ditching Asbos would "place thugs back in charge of communities".”
“For those of you who think being a politician is a cosy life I can recommend holding an impromptu public meeting with twenty constituents inside a cloud on the top of a mountain somewhere between Swansea and Ammanford without a coat.”
“We ran into Mr. Porterhouse in Ammanford," Josephine said, her hands busy at the lapels of Mitford's coat.”
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