This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the country of Wales.

Please only suggest websites to sub-categories of this category.
If the website does not relate to multiple areas within Wales, please suggest it to the most
appropriate sub-category of its  Locality
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category of their head office, and only if
the website shows addresses in more than one of the counties, boroughs, cities or unitary authorities
of Wales, should it be suggested to the topical sub-categories of  Business and Economy.
 
Then, please select the most specific sub-category available below that,
until there is no appropriate sub-category.
It is more likely your website will belong in a locality sub-category under the appropriate city or county.
If you are unsure of the county, then go straight to the locality, using the Alphabetical list here.
 
Failure to adhere to the guidelines will delay the review, and
could result in your website not appearing in the directory.

This Arts and Entertainment category is to guide users to information and organisations related to the
arts and entertainment available anywhere in Wales. 
It should lead to websites ranging from architecture, visual arts, dance, music, photography, theatre,
performing arts venues, museums, galleries, libraries, cinema, and cultural events.
Please beware that priority is given to listing websites in their locality category where available, but this
may mean those categories are too small to justify an Arts and Entertainment category, linked from here.

Please note that the websites for some businesses related to arts and entertainment are listed
under the Business and Economy category tree. 
eg -  recording studios, production companies, and retailer of recorded music or arts equipment. 
The website must show more than one postal address in at least two cities or council areas
to avoid being pushed to a locality category.
Websites should be suggested to the most appropriate locality category.
Prompt listing of your website is more likely if suggested to the appropriate sub-category.

This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough of Blaenau Gwent.

If your website does not include more that one locality, please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
The title should be the name of the company or organisation.
The description should be a brief summary of the organisation's products and services included on the website.
Failure to comply will result in delay in listing.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales
county borough of Bridgend, named after its major town,  Bridgend.
The M4 motorway now bypasses to the north of the town from  Pencoed on the east boundary,
to  Pyle before the west boundary to  Port Talbot.
The major coastal resort is represented by  Porthcawl.
The southern boundary is the mouth of Ogmore River, South of Bridgend and Penoed.
Then, the east boundary is directly north, from the Vale of Glamorgan to Evanstown and  Gilfach Goch,
encompassing Ogmore Vale, Nant-y-Moel, with a north boundary 568 metres above sea level,
at the A4107, leading to the head of the valleys.
Besides Ogmore, the north of Bridgend County Borough includes two more valleys.
The central Afon Garw, represented by the locality  Pontycymer, and the Llyfi represented
by the locality  Maesteg at the most north west of the county borough.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Bridgend County Borough,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category should it be suggested to a topical sub-category here.

This category leads to websites with information on business and economic development within Wales.
Only when the website shows physical addresses in two of the cities, councils or counties listed first,
will it be seen in the Topical sub-categories below.

Please drill down the categories available to find the topic of interest.  Websites are listed according 
to the location of the offices shown on their website, not on the area claimed to be "covered".

These should include websites of companies and industries. 
If you are unsure of the county, then go straight to the locality, using the Alphabetical list here.

Please only suggest websites here if they are for businesses or organisations specifically serving Wales.

Note that businesses for holiday accommodation and tourism should be suggested to the appropriate sub-category of Travel and Tourism.

If the website does not show physical bases/offices in more the one of the cities or counties here, then it won't be accepted here.
You are advised to click through the localities where the addresses are shown.
If the website shows more that one base or office, but they are within one city or council area,
then the website should be suggested to the most suitable topical category there.
 
Picking the wrong category will delay and/or prevent your site from appearing listed in the directory.
Here are some tips:
  • Listings are based on location and not area covered.
  • For inclusion we must be able to verify your location preferably by an address, postcode and land-phone, actually on the website. (Just a mobile phone number and email address is insufficient)
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the county borough of Caerphilly.
Caerphilly is the major town of the county borough, north of  Cardiff,
but the borough extends to  Newport and  Torfaen to the east,
Blaenau Gwent to the north, as far as  Rhymney on the boundary with  Brecon,
  Merthyr TydfilAbercynon and  Pontypridd to the east.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Caerphilly County Borough,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category, should it be suggested to a topical sub-category here.
This category is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the city of Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
It is the 16th largest settlement in the UK with a population of approximately 306,000.
The city has a marine boundary with the Bristol Channel and mouth of the River Severn.
The River Taff runs from the north through the city in to Cardiff Bay.
The smaller River Rumney flows from the  Caerphilly County Borough.
at the east of the city, but the boundary with  Newport is further to the east along the coast.
West of Caerphilly the north boundary of Cardiff is with  Rhondda Cynon Taff at  Llantrisant,
then south to  Vale of Glamorgan, as far south as  Penarth, across Cardiff Bay on the coast.
If your website does not include Cardiff as the post address,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality or sub-category of Wales.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the unitary authority of Carmarthenshire.
Carmarthen was the county town, through which flows to River Towy, from its tributaries in the
north of the county, into Carmarthen Bay.
Along the coast to the west are Pendine Sands, with the county boundary at  Pendine.
Amroth is over the boundary to the west, and the Pembrokeshire boundary runs inland north
until  Newcastle Emlyn, on the boundary with  Ceredigion, where the Afon Teifi forms the boundary
eastwards passing  Llandysul, and  Llanybydder, until the boundary leaves the Teifi at Cwmann,
rising to Llyn Brianne Reservoir, in the Black Mountains of Brecon Beacons National Park.
The boundary with  Powys continues south through Usk Reservoir, east of  Llandovery, then
south to  Ystradgynlais where Powys meets the Neath and Porth Talbot locality of  Ystalyfera
and Camarthenshire is represented by the  Glanaman locality, through which flows the Afon Aman eastwards,
through  Ammanford, on the confluence with the River Lough, which to the south forms the
boundary with Swansea County boundary, where the M4 motorway bypasses  Pontarddulais to enter
Camarthenshire, across the Loughor, north east of the Camarthenshire's port town of  Llanelli.
East of the Loughor estuary,  Burry PortPembury and  Kidwelly along the A484 lead back to Camarthen
If your website does not include more that one locality in Carmarthenshire,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category you should suggest it to a topical sub-category here.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, county of Ceredigion, on the west coast of Mid Wales.
Ceredigion is a county created as Cardiganshire in 1282, but now named after the former Kingdom of Ceredigion since 1996.
The county was originally named after the principle town of  Cardigan, on the mouth of the Afon Teifi, hence the
Welsh name for the town Aberteifi.  The west bank of the estuary is administered by  Pembrokeshire, with the settlement
and abbey at  St Dogmaels.
Cardigan Island is off the coast in Cardigan Bay, north of the town, but the main road, A487, heads north east inland,
via  AberaeronLlanrhystud, to the sea-side resort and major market town of  Aberystwyth,
on the confluence of the rivers Ystwyth and Rheidol.
North of Aberystwyth the A489 continues north east inland to the boundary with  Gwynedd, at  Aberdovey,
and  Powys at  Machynlleth.
The boundary then heads inland south east to the Cambrian Mountainsm and at Llyn Brianne, Ceredigion
meets  Carmarthenshire, and the A485 from Aberystwyth leads to the south boundary town of  Lampeter
where the boundary is the Afon Teifi, flowing west , via the Carmarthenshire boundary town of  Newcastle Emlyn.
Here the boundary changes to Pembrokeshire at  Abercych and  Cilgerran, back to Cardigan.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Ceredigion,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category should you suggest it to a topical sub-category here.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, county of Conwy County Borough.
Conwy County Borough is the unitary authority area with a north of Wales coastline, between 
Denbighshire to the east and  Gwynedd to the west and south.
Formerly known in English as Conway, the principle town is the castle town of  Conwy,
with Conwy Castle on the west bank of the Conwy estuary. 
Most development has been on the east bank, where the railway has a junction,  Llandudno Junction,
heading for the coastal resort of  Llandudno to north.
Further east is the coastal resort and natural bay of  Colwyn Bay,
served by a coastal railway and the A55 trunk road from the coastal resort of  Abergele.
The most easterly resort is  Towyn, on the west bank of the Clwyd estuary which forms the
boundary with Denbighshire at  Rhyl.
This boundary heads inland south to the River Elwy, which briefly forms the boundary down towards Henllan.
The boundary runs south of the A543 from Denbigh to where it meets the A5 to  Betws y Coed.
The most south eastern locality in Conwy County Borough is Maerdy on the A5.
From Betws y Coed the A5 crosses the boundary to Bangor, where Conwy is represented by the locality  Capel Curig.
North at the coast of Conwy Bay, the western boundary is represented by  Llanfairfechan
served by the coastal railway and A55 trunk road from  Penmaenmawr.
The A55 has tunnels east of Penmaenmawr, and under the Conwy estuary at Conwy.
If your website does not include more than one locality in Conwy County Borough,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality or sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
This category is for sites emanating from and relating to Denbighshire. Situated in the north of Wales, the county is rural and supports a tourism industry.
Please submit to the best possible category that fits your site. Only submit your site at county level if there is not a town level category to accommodate it.
The title should be that of your organisation. The descriptions should say what your website offers in a clear and concise statement without any hype or promotional language.
Flintshire is the most north eastern unitary authority of Wales on the border with  Chester,
West Cheshire and The Wirral.
Wrexham, formerly part of Flintshire now forms a separate County Borough, to the south.
Denbighshire is the unitary authority to the west, with
its north coast resort of  Prestatyn on the boundary
 
The  Regional Tree View [ ] shows websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic in more detail.

Please do not suggest websites directly to this category.

Instead, please only suggest websites to a sub-category, preferably to a locality that can be verified on the website.
Business websites should be suggested to the locality  Business and Economy category,
according to where the business premises are physically located.
Failure to comply will result in delay in getting listed.

This category tree is for websites relating to all aspects of government in Wales.
UK Central Government:
Wales is represented at the Westminster's House of Commons, by Members of Parliament ( MP ).
UK Regional:
Devolved powers are administered by the;  National Assembly for Wales, where Members ( WAM ), 
represent five Welsh Assembly Electoral Regions as well as the 40 MP constituencies.
European Parliament:
Wales is one Region of the UK, where Members ( MEP ), are elected using party-list proportional representation.
Local:
Local government websites tend to be duplicated across DMOZ.
  1. Once at the most appropriate  Locality for the scope of their administration,
  2. Together as a Topic, according to the Unitary Authority, with the subcategory for Local Community Councils
For details please see  Wales: Government: Local Councils
 
For sites related to the Wales' political parties please see:
Wales: Society and Culture: Politics: Parties 
For sites which relate to the discussions on the European Union, such as Brexit ,
please suggest sites to  UK: Society and Culture: Issues: European Union.
This category leads to websites for the county borough of Gwynedd in North West of Wales,
which includes the highest peak in Wales, Snowdon at 3,560 feet (1,085 metres).
Two thirds of the population speak Welsh, a greater percentage than any other county.
 
The name Gwynedd, is taken from the ancient Kingdom of North Wales since the Roman withdrawal,
when led by Cunedda Wledig, from which the name Gwynedd is derived.
The name was resurrected in 1996, following the division of Wales into its 22 unitary authorities, and applied
to the smaller area, mainly from the ceremonial counties of Caernarvonshire and Merionethshire.
The most northern part of the kingdom, is now the unitary authority  Isle of Anglesey,
leaving the north west boundary along the Menai Strait, between  Bangor and  Caernarfon.
Gwynedd extends into the Irish Sea, along the Lleyn Peninsula, represented by  Nefyn on
its north coast, to Bardsey Island off the coast from  Aberdaron.
From the west, along the south coast are  AbersochPwllheliPorthmadog.
South across the mouth of Afon Dylif from Porthmadog is the west coast of old county
of Merionethshire, represented by  Harlech.
Gwynedd extends along the west coast, south to  Aberdovey, where the mouth of
the Dovey separates the county from Ceredigion at  AbersochPwllheliBorth.
Inland the Dovey forms the boundary with Powys at  Machynlleth, through the Dyfi Forest
and including  Bala to the boundary at Glan-yr-afon, before Denbighshire at  Corwen.
Then northwest, the boundary with  Conwy County Borough, envelops  Blaenau Ffestiniog
Llanberis and  Bethesda, before reaching the north coast between  Llanfairfechan and Bangor.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Gwynedd County Borough,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality or sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
This category contains health-related sites covering all of Wales or more than one county.
Please submit on health-related sites covering all of Wales or more than one county. Sites relating to a single county or locality should be submitted to the relevant category. The relevant category for health care providers is their physical locality, even if they draw patients from a larger area.
This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from the Isle of Anglesey.
If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

This category provides links the Localities in Wales in alphabetical order.
These are the smallest areas under which websites are listed before being divided by their topic.
The areas of Wales are first divided into the 22 unitary authorities, comprising the
cities of  CardiffNewport and  Swansea, and the remaining 19 county boroughs.
BangorSt Asaph and  St Davids are the remaining cities, but are under the unitary authorities
of Gwynedd, Denbighshire and Pembrokeshire respectively.
 
Under these unitary authorities the division of local government is the Community Council
( the name since 1972, to replace Parish Council in England ).
In general, the locality categories here correspond to Community Councils, but sometimes the number
of websites is insufficient to justify every Community Council having its own Locality category.
Where a village appears more significant than the name of the council, this will be used instead,
or in some cases in addition to other areas within the council boundary.
If the name of the village is not listed here, please search in the neighbouring town.
The locality category charter ( i )  should provide guidance as to how neighbouring community councils are listed.
This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from Merthyr Tydfil County Borough.
If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from Monmouthshire.
If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough of
Neath Port Talbot, named after its two major towns,  Neath and  Port Talbot.
The M4 motorway enters the south boundary from  Pyle and all the coast is represented by
the  Port Talbot category, to the mouth of the Neath.
There is a an industrialised area on the west bank of the Neath, with Tennant Canal, before the boundary
with  Swansea.  The M4 leaves the county borough north of the area, west of Neath,
and this area is represented, with those in and around the town, by  Neath.
The west boundary continues north to  Pontardawe and extends north west to include Bryn Mawr
at 351 metres above sea level, and the settlements of Cwmgors, Gwaun-Cae-Gurwn and Tairwaith.
to the River Amman which forms the north west boundary at  Brynamman in Carmarthenshire,
and  Ystradgynlais in Powys, represented by the locality of  Ystalyfera.
The north east tip of the borough county is represented by the locality of  Resolven where the head of
the valleys, A465 dual carriageway enters the county borough and leads down the Vale of Neath to Neath.
The highest point is near the east boundary. Cefntyle-orych, 536 metres above sea level.
This eastern area of the county borough is represented by the  Glyncorrwg.
The east boundary then meets is Bridgend County Borough, around  Maesteg
before returning to the sea at Margam Sands.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Neath Port Talbot,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category should it be suggested to a topical sub-category here.
This category caters for websites within the unitary authority of Newport, administered by Newport City Council.
a population of about 140,000, on the south coast of Wales between Cardiff and Monmouthshire.
The major conurbation is Newport around the mouth of the River Usk.
which merges into Caerleon before the boundary with Cwmbran to the north.
This category includes rural areas to the boundary with Monmouthshire to the east and north east,
with Cwmbran to the north, Caerphilly to the north west, and Cardiff to the west.
Please suggest websites to the most suitable subcategory here.
If the postal address corresponds to an existing category such as Newport or Caerleon, then please suggest it to a subcategory there.
If there is no locality category, then please suggest the website to most appropriate topical sub-category here.
This also applies if the website shows addresses at more than one locality.

The county of Pembrokeshire is situated on the west coast of Wales.

A county of countryside and coast, a popular tourist destination and agricultural area.

Many small fishing ports are found around the coast and there is a deep water harbour at Milford Haven.

The area is steeped in history from pre-historic times onwards, with many fine castles and other ancient sites throughout the county.

This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from Powys.
Please submit to the best possible category that fits your site. The title should be that of your organisation. The description should say what your website offers in a clear and concise statement without any hype or promotional language.
Sporting and recreational bodies that govern, serve or encompass Wales nationally, or broad regions including North, South and West Wales.
Is your site county or town specific? If so, please submit your link to the correct locality.
This category is for sites pertaining to and emanating from Rhondda Cynon Taff.
If your site is about a specific locality, please submit it to the appropriate locality category. Businesses should submit to the locality category in which the business is physically located. Failure to comply will result in a long delay in getting listed.

The title should be the name of your company or organisation. Do not type in all caps. Do not include a list of keywords. Do not include your products. Do not write a sales pitch.

The description should be a brief summary of your organisation''s products and services. The description should be in English and in coherent sentence form. Do not include superlatives or a sales pitch. Do not submit your company history. Do not submit a list of keywords. Do not use unnecessary capitalisation, or include HTML tags.

Submit to only ONE category. Submit to the best category possible. If you cannot find the proper category, first look elsewhere in the ODP. If you still cannot locate an appropriate category, submit the site to the best category possible.

The  Regional Tree View [ ] shows websites from individual localities arranged together by Topic in more detail.

Please only suggest websites to this category if they show scientific information relevant to the whole of Wales.
Please suggest websites relevant to specific localities to their county or  Locality.

Resources in this category should be relevant to Wales nationally or regionally, i.e. North, South and West Wales. Please find the appropriate county or town category if your site is more specific. Sites that are only available in Welsh should be submitted to World/Cymraeg. Sites available in both English and Welsh are accepted.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough of
Swansea, named after its city of  Swansea.
Swansea is a coastal city on the mouth of the River Tawe, hence the Welsh name Abertawe, and the
locality category represents the area to the east boundary including Port Tennant, west of  Neath.
The next east locality is north of Swansea at  Clydach.
The M4 motorway passes south of Clydach, to the south of  Pontarddulais before crossing the
River Loughor, which forms the west county borough boundary.
The north boundary heads east away from the Loughor, south of the Carmarthenshire town of  Ammanford
and rising to 374 metres above sea level at Penll'r Castell, overlooking the Amman and Clydach Valleys.
From  Gorseinon on the east bank of the Loughor estuary,  The Gower Peninsula extends into the Atlantic Ocean.
This includes the west tip at Rossili Bay provides the watersport of surfing, back along the south coast resorts
to Mumbles, which forms the west coastline of Swansea Bay.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Swansea County,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category you should suggest it to a topical sub-category here.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough
of Torfaen, named after the original name of the river in the valley community it represents.
This river became better known as Afon Lwyd, flowing 13 miles from its source north of  Blaenavon.
joining the River Usk at  Caerleon. now included in the unitary authority of  Newport, which
provides the southern boundary of Torfaen, before reaching the mouth of the Usk and Severn.
The eastern and western boundaries approximately follow the ridges of mountains rising on each side
of the Afon Lwyd, between  Blaenau Gwent to the east, and  Monmouthshire to the west and north.
If your website does not include more that one locality in Torfaen County Borough,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category, should it be suggested to a topical sub-category here.
Only submit sites to this category which have locations in more than one county of Wales. DO NOT post here because your catchment area includes more than one county. All we care about is your physical location. If you have one physical location, post it in that locality or if that locality does not have a category, and ONLY if that locality does not have a category, post at the county level.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, county borough of the Vale of Glamorgan,
on the most southern coast of South Wales.  The Vale of Glamorgan, besides the unitary authority is
a constituency of both the UK Parliament, and the National Assembly for Wales.
There is no town of Glamorgan, and present day major settlements arose from the industrial revolution.
Glamorgan was one of the thirteen historic administrative counties of Wales, originally a pre-Norman
medieval kingdom.  Between 1972 and 1974, the three districts of Glamorgan became "preserved" counties,
which where split further into unitary authorities in 1996.
The most eastern, and second largest, town of the Vale of Glamorgan, is at the east, on the east coast,
on the south of Cardiff Bay, and the barrage now provides a non-tidal marina, at  Penarth.
The town with higher population is further west on the coast, at  Barry, which, with the
peninsula Barry Island, is the most southerly point.
Despite its name, Cardiff International Airport is even further west at  Rhoose.
Further west is  Llantwit Major, with minor settlements of St Donats, Marcross, Southerndown .
and Ogmore-by-Sea where the Ogmore River forms the boundary with  Bridgend.
The M4 motorway crosses the Ogmore River to  Pencoed, and the M4 coincides with the northern
boundary of the Vale of Glamorgan, with Rhondda Cynon Taff eastwards, south of  Pontyclun,
before the M4 meets the north west boundary of Cardiff boundary at junction 33,
Cardiff West Services.  In this rural area there a small settlements associated
with the Ely River; St Bride's super-Ely is west of the Cardiff boundary from St Fagans.
The north east part of the Vale is represented by the  Peterston-super-Ely, as far west as  Ystradowen.
The A4232 dual carriageway forms the boundary with Cardiff south east,
back to the Ely River as it enters Cardiff Bay.
If your website does not include more that one locality in the Vale of Glamorgan,
please suggest it to the appropriate locality sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.
Only if there is no suitable sub-category should it be suggested to a topical sub-category here.
This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the East Mid Wales county borough
of the Wrexham, named after its major town of  Wrexham.
The county borough was formed in 1996 from the "preserved" county of Clwyd which had the north coast
as boundary from Deeside at  Flint through  Rhyl to  Colwyn Bay.
However, this coastline became part of the unitary authorities of  Flintshire
Denbighshire and  Conwy County Borough.
The River Dee forms the east boundary with England, from the West Cheshire villages of Aldford to Shocklach.
The north east part of Wrexham, north of the A534 is represented by the locality of  Holt.
South of the A534 the villages of Ridleywood and Bowling Bank have been dominated by the
Wrexham Industrial Estate, but the area further south is represented by the  Bangor-on-Dee locality.
The village of Threapwood on the West Cheshire border is considered to be in England,
represented by the  Malpas category. whereas Tallarn Green is in Wrexham.
Wrexham then has its east boundary with Shropshire at  Whitchurch.
The most south east area of Wrexham, north of  Wem and  Ellesmere is represented by the
Bronington locality, where the Llangollen Canal crosses the south east boundary at Bettisfield.
This locality may include websites for Penley, whereas those further west are included in  Overton-on-Dee.
West of Overton, the boundary rejoins the River Dee, then follows a tributary, the River Ceiriog,
flowing from the south of  Chirk, where the Llangollen Canal has an aqueduct over the Ceiriog.
South of Chirk Castle, the boundary heads south west, and extends to enclose the Ceiriog Valley,
reaching 784 metres above sea level at Cadair Bronwen.
The most south west village is Llanarmon (Dyffryn Ceiriog), which is at the end the B4500,
which climbs the valley on the north bank of the Ceiriog, through the villages
of Tregeiriog (Foel Rhiwlas), Pandy, Dolywern and Pontfadog, from Chirk,
and this area is represented by the  Glyn Ceiriog locality.
North of Chirk, the west boundary with Denbighshire is represented by the categories for
  RuabonRhosllanerchrugogBrymbo, west of Wrexham.
The area directly north of Wrexham, west of the A483 to the boundary with Flintshire at
Caergwrle and  Hope, including Burton Green, is represented by the  Llay locality.
The most north west area to the boundary with Cheshire, east of the A483, north of Wrexham,
is represented by the  Rossett locality.
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please suggest it to the appropriate locality or sub-category.
Websites for businesses should be suggested to the locality category in which the business is physically located.