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A History of Kenfig

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Summary

A History of Kenfig tells the story of Kenfig and its neighbouring villages, Cefn Cribwr, Cornelly, Kenfig Hill, Pyle, Stormy Down and Sker from prehistoric times to the 20th century. In A History of Kenfig you can discover what really happened to Elizabeth Williams, the `Maid of Sker', how a Roman road still dominates the village of Cornelly, whether the medieval town of Kenfig is under the pool or under the sand, how a famous sportsman helped to shape Cefn Cribwr's industrial landscape, the first person to legally build a house in Kenfig Hill and much more.

A History of Kenfig focuses on the people and events that have helped to shape the region and the breadth and range of the book are sure to appeal to the history lover and the general reader alike.

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