Cefn Golau is a disused cholera cemetery situated on a narrow mountain ridge in the county borough of Blaenau Gwent, and located between Rhymney and Tredegar in south-east Wales. A suburb of Tredegar and a nearby feeder reservoir (or pond) have the same name. The graves date from 1832 to 1855 with many for August and September 1849.
Pentref yng nghymuned Tredegar, bwrdeistref sirol Blaenau Gwent, Cymru, yw Y Twyn (Saesneg: Dukestown). Saif yn Nyffryn Sirhywi tua milltir i'r gogledd-orllewin o Sirhywi ei hun a thua 2.5 milltir i'r gorllewin o dref Glyn Ebwy.
website: https://www.blaenau-gwent.gov.uk/cy/preswylwyr/genedigaethau-marwolaethau-priodasau/mynwentydd/ein-mynwentydd/, https://www.blaenau-gwent.gov.uk/en/resident/births-deaths-marriages/cemeteries/our-cemeteries/
Sirhowy railway station was a station on the Sirhowy Railway. It served Sirhowy near the of Tredegar.
The Recreation Ground, Tredegar is a cricket ground and former greyhound racing and speedway stadium in Tredegar, Blaenau Gwent, south-east Wales.
Tredegar General Hospital (Welsh: Ysbyty Cyffredinol Tredegar) was a community hospital in Tredegar, Blaenau Gwent, Wales. It was managed by the Aneurin Bevan Local Health Board.
Tredegar Town Football Club are a football club based in Tredegar, in Wales. The club plays in the Ardal Leagues South East, tier 3 of the Welsh football pyramid.
Tafarnaubach is a village situated on the Sirhowy River in the county borough of Blaenau Gwent, in south-east Wales. Located within the historic boundaries of Monmouthshire it lies about two miles from Tredegar town centre.
The Sirhowy Valley (Welsh: Glyn Sirhywi ) is an industrialised valley in the eastern part of the Valleys region of Wales. It is named from the Sirhowy River (Welsh: Afon Sirhywi) which runs through it. Its upper reaches are occupied by the town of Tredegar within the unitary area of Blaenau Gwent. The valley initially heads south-southeast between the ridges of Cefn Manmoel to the east and Mynydd Bedwellte to the west before turning to a more southerly direction. Its central section is one of the least populated of the Welsh coalfield valleys. The valley enters the unitary area of Caerphilly which contains the towns of Blackwood (Welsh: Y Coed Duon) and Pontllanfraith. It then turns east and joins the valley of the Ebbw River, Ebbw Vale at Crosskeys.
Nantybwch railway station was a station on the London and North Western Railway's Heads of the Valleys line serving the village of Nantybwch in the Welsh county of Monmouthshire.
The Bedwellty Union Workhouse was situated in Georgetown, Tredegar. It is 2.9 miles (4.7 km) from the Nanybwtch Junction A465. The building was in existence for approximately 127 years. The workhouse building was also used as a hospital. Today, the site where the building once stood, there is a housing estate known as St James Park.
Tredegar Town Hall (Welsh: Neuadd y Dref Tredegar) is a municipal structure in The Circle, Tredegar, Wales. The town hall, which was the headquarters of Tredegar Urban District Council, is a Grade II listed building.