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), is a former coal mining valley in Wales, formerly a local government district, consisting of 16 communities built around the River Rhondda.
The area is, in fact, made up of two valleys: those of the larger Rhondda Fawr valley (mawr large) and the smaller Rhondda Fach valley (bach small).
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A small chipped stone tool found at the site, recorded as possibly being of 'Creswellian' type or at least from the early Mesolithic period, places human activity on the plateau above the valleys.
Many other Mesolithic items have been discovered in the Rhondda, predominantly in the upper areas around Blaenrhondda, Blaencwm and Maerdy, mainly stone age items relating to hunting, fishing and foraging which suggests seasonal nomadic activity.We have something for everyone, whether it's that elusive piece of memorabilia you need to complete your collection, or a gift for the rugby fan in your family.We also have a selection of other sporting memorabilia.This left the two river valleys of the Rhondda with narrow, steep sided slopes which would dictate the layout of settlements from early to modern times.The earliest evidence of the presence of man in these upper areas of Glamorgan was discovered in 1963 at Craig y Llyn.We will send this newsletter out as soon as the website is updated.