South West Wales Connected

Baglan

Neath Port Talbot

Baglan is a large village in Wales, adjoining Port Talbot, with a population of 6,819 in 2011. Baglan is on the side of a steep hill and surrounded by two hills with the moors and Baglan Bay to the southwest. The village contains a number of historical buildings such as Baglan House, St. Catharine's Church, and St. Baglan's Church. There is also an Iron Age hillfort called Craig Ty-Isaf on the surrounding hill Mynydd-y-Gaer.

The footfall at Baglan station in 2018-2019 was 22,894.
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Baglan Useful Information
The Christmas fairs happening around our rail network this December

The Christmas fairs happening around our rail network this December

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Meet ‘Hope’, the girls’ rights group empowering young women in Neath Port Talbot

Meet ‘Hope’, the girls’ rights group empowering young women in Neath Port Talbot

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We’ve made the finals in the Community Rail Awards 2022!

We’ve made the finals in the Community Rail Awards 2022!

We’ve been shortlisted for two brilliant awards – and this is why it means so much to us.
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Here’s what our Community Changemakers grants will help local groups achieve this year

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Discover art on the streets of Port Talbot

Discover art on the streets of Port Talbot

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1,100 community rail volunteers and six local partnerships poised to play a key role in the Wales’ recovery

1,100 community rail volunteers and six local partnerships poised to play a key role in the Wales’ recovery

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Budget boost for major valleys rail test centre warmly welcomed

Budget boost for major valleys rail test centre warmly welcomed

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Walking in Neath Port Talbot

Walking in Neath Port Talbot

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New active travel route on way for Neath

New active travel route on way for Neath

Neath Port Talbot Council has appointed a contractor to start work on the creation of a new ...