You’ve arrived in Bridgend, a town in Wales, UK, situated 20 miles from the capital of Cardiff and 20 miles from Swansea. Its name derives from a bridge constructed on the River Ogmore, which has since become a popular tourist attraction.

Another much-loved pastime is, of course, having an Afternoon Tea in Bridgend. If this is to your taste, you’ve chosen exceptionally well. Go on – treat yourself to an assortment of sandwiches, scrumptious scones and heavenly cake – all washed down by a nice, warming brew. What more could you want from a fun day out?

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Bridgend is historically part of Glamorgan. Archaeological evidence suggests that people have lived in and around this area since prehistoric times. Centuries later, there was a Roman presence locally. The settlement itself eventually developed at a ford on the river, which was on the primary route between east and west Wales.

Coal-mining has long had a significant influence on Bridgend, as well as its association with the nearby POW camp from the Second World War. These days, however, you’re more likely to find an Afternoon Tea Bridgend establishment.