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Rhymney Valley Notes I

Tonyrefail Notes.


Tonyrefail Notes. Sports. Sports were held at Caerysgol Field on the 22nd inst. for the benefit of the Wounded and Blind Soldiers. Mud) credit is due to the two local clubs ior the arrangements. The Local Band was in attendance and there was dancing on tin1 green. When the sports were over some of the young people started other games, but owing to the action of someone, they were turned off flic field by the police. It is about tilllP the people of Tonyrefail awakenod to the fact that a recreation ground is badly needed. I Coed Ely and the Comb-Out. On Sunday a meeting of the Coed Ely work- men was held at the Cross-roads to consider tiae <! comb-out question." It was alleged that someone had sent to the military authorities an anonymous letter condemning the action of the Advisory Committee in dealing with cases for exemption. The meeting passed' a vote of con- fidence in the Committee. The question was raised about the Tredega,r workmen, and there was strong disapproval of the Executive's action in allowing the holidays to he curtained.


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