All Places in ‘Bridgend’

  • Costa Coffee

    It takes great skill and care to create the perfect coffee. Here at Costa, our baristas are wholly committed to the craft and the blend and are fastidious about the foam and the finishing. They’ve trained long and hard to be able to serve you our range of magnificent coffees. Read more [...]

  • Porthcawl Library

    Porthcawl Library is part of Bridgend Library and Information service. Our library provides Wi-fi, free internet access, Reading Groups, Storytimes, Bounce & Rhymes for babies and access to more than 23,000 books. Bridgend Library Service also provide FREE access to a large range of eBooks and Audiobooks available for download. Read more [...]

  • Porthcawl Comprehensive School

    We pride ourselves on being a caring, disciplined and happy school with a tradition of hard work and lots of extra curricular activities. There is something for everyone at Porthcawl Comprehensive School. We aim to ensure that pupils of all abilities and interests achieve their potential in a safe, friendly Read more [...]

  • The Brentwood Hotel

    The Brentwood Hotel is a family-run hotel situated on Mary Street, bordering the beach and promenade in Porthcawl. This is a lively hotel at the weekend with either Karaoke or Live Bands from 9.00 – 12.00. We always make a massive effort on special dates like Halloween, Xmas, New Years Eve Read more [...]

  • Trecco Bay

    You’re spoilt for choice at Trecco Bay. Rest assured that whatever the weather there’s something for the whole family to enjoy. Kids can look forward to excitement at Splashland and adventure at Jungle Jim’s, whilst adults can relax in a great variety of bars and restaurants, including some child free Read more [...]

  • Porthcawl Museum

    Situated in John Street, this listed building was a working Police Station from 1881 to its closure in 1974, and the original cells are still in use, albeit for storage, while the original Charge Room, now houses the local Heritage Coast Tourist Information Centre. The building also houses the town Read more [...]

  • The Grand Pavilion

    Every seaside resort has to have a traditional summer theatre, and if it’s on the promenade facing the seas, that’s even better. Well Porthcawl’s Grand Pavilion is just that. Built at a cost of £25,000 in 1932, you cannot fail to miss it, with its distinctive facade and unique features Read more [...]

  • Jonathan Hurley Design Solutions

    We have been in business since 1992 offering design based marketing solutions including brochures, corporate identity, exhibition stands, packaging, sales literature, annual reports, prospectus, direct mail, newsletter or magazine, web site and advertising campaigns. Do you need a logo and a website to launch your new venture? Do you need Read more [...]

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