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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.
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