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The Monmouthshire and Brecon canal links Brecon to Newport, and is fed from the river Usk in Brecon.It is largely a contour canal, winding sometimes quite abruptly as it clings to the walls of the Usk valley, but one of the few embanked causeways runs through Talybont.Single men and single women have been using our dating service for over 10 years with great success.Singles on are from across the whole of Gwynedd county - , Aberdovey, Amlwch, Arthog, Bala, Bangor, Barmouth, Beaumaris, Betws-Y-Coed, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Bodorgan, Brynteg, Caernarfon, Cemaes Bay, Conwy, Corwen, Criccieth, Dolgellau, Dolwyddelan, Dulas, Dyffryn Ardudwy, Fairbourne, Gaerwen, Garndolbenmaen, Harlech, Holyhead, Llanbedr, Llanbedrgoch, Llandudno, Llanerchymedd, Llanfairfechan, Llanfairpwllgwyngyll, Llangefni, Llanrwst, Llwyngwril, Machynlleth, Marianglas, Menai Bridge, Moelfre, Penmaenmawr, Penrhyndeudraeth, Pentraeth, Penysarn, Porthmadog, Pwllheli, Rhosgoch, Rhosneigr, Talsarnau, Talybont, Trefriw, Ty Croes, Tyn-Y-Gongl, Tywyn, Y Felinheli One of the latest dating sites optimised to meet like minded people in your area. Talybont-on-Usk has a rich heritage dating back to the Iron Age.The landscape shaped this early history, with several hill-top Iron Age settlements of which Allt yr Esgair (left) is the most prominent and a recently restored Bronze Age burial cairn (Cairn Pica) above Aber village.These lodes are near vertical seams of rock, typically one or two metres in thickness, although sometimes much thicker.

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He is buried at Llansantffraed Church just across the Usk from Talybont.

There is a short circular Henry Vaughan walk starting and ending in the village with interactive swing posts that reveal excerpts from the Vaughan brothers’ notable poetry.

Mention the words 'mining in Wales' to most people and they will immediately think of the South Wales Coalfields and almost certainly not of Cardiganshire - now known as Ceredigion.

Yet in the nineteenth century Cardiganshire was a very important source of lead and silver and a major employer in Mid / West Wales while today, the mines are almost all derelict, the buildings destroyed and most of the shafts filled with rubbish.