The Cynon Valley
Did you know that the town of Aberdare is located within the Cynon Valley in Wales, just where the Rivers Dare and Cynon meet? During the Middle Ages, Aberdare was just a small village that grew up around the 12th century Church of St John the Baptist. However, in the 1800s, the village grew quickly in size due to the discovery and mining of coal and iron ore. Both the iron and coal industries grew to become the main employers in the region and supported the residents of the town.
During this time Aberdare was recognised as a centre of culture. It developed a publishing industry, producing books and journals, a large number written in the Welsh language. Even today Aberdare is still recognised for its culture. The Coliseum Theatre was constructed in 1938, using money given by the local miners and the area is also known as being the birthplace of the poet Alun Lewis who was recognised for his poetry about the Second World War.
The Welsh Language
Before the Industrial Revolution and the development of the iron ore and coal mining industries, most of the people within Aberdare spoke Welsh and even at the start of the 20th century over 70& of the population could speak the language. However, after the war, English replaced Welsh as the primary spoken language, despite various interventions including the establishment of a Welsh-medium primary school.
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