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Why is neath called neath?
because there once was a man called oliver NEATH, he was an absolutle wasteman but this was popular within the local community so the meaning neath means wasteman
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Can anyone give me some historical data on London House now demolished in Aberdulais Neath South Wales?
I grew up in Aberdulais and remember london house before it was demolished in around 1994. It was originally a sort of shopping emporium that supplied all sorts of things …to the workers of the tin works
No pennies were minted in the UK in 1811. It could be a token.
They are called ARTICLES.
The "Call of Duty" was and is a term to describe the need of citizens to defend their own country by rising to the "call" to do so. In other words, it's the need and want to d…efend yourself and your countrymen.
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It opens at 6.00am and it is £12 a pitch - you have to unload your car between 6-8am and then take it outside and park it up. It's all undercover so great for rainy days.
'Neath is a "poetic" reduction of beneath.
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"Born 'neath a star was a child so small with no shelter o'er but a drafty stall."
'Neath is a "poetic" reduction of beneath. It should be avoided, but if you must use it, write it with the apostrophe.
Children's books are sometimes called "beginner books" or "beginner readers" or something similar.
Who and what are pronouns. When, why, where and how are adverbs.
A call can refer to a telephone conversation, a social visit, or a cry or shout from one person to another. The word call can also refer to a bird's distinctive cr…y.is
The dissolution of monasteries after the break with Rome in Henry's reign led to the dissolving of many abbeys including Neath abbey which was dissolved in 1539. Abbeys all ov…er the country were dissolved to provide the crown with vast amounts of land, property and goods. After Neath was dissolved it was given to Sir Richard Williams who converted much of the south-eastern wing of the abbey to create a grand mansion, which was essential for aspiring nobles at the time. I do not know if this applies specifically to Neath but many abbeys were destroyed after being dissolved as the crown or noble who gained the abbey would often tear it apart to get building materials which they could then use on other projects. This may have happened at Neath and that in a sense is vandalising the abbey, particularly as many of the abbeys were buildings of great beauty.