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Interesting info about
Wales. Boundary changes. The preserved counties were
originally almost identical to the 1974–1996 counties, but
with a few minor changes intended to ensure preserved
counties were composed of whole principal areas.
Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, Llansilin and Llangedwyn were
transferred from Clwyd to Powys, and Wick, St Brides Major,
Ewenny and Pentyrch were transferred from Mid Glamorgan to
South Glamorgan. However, these changes still left two
county boroughs, Conwy and Caerphilly split between
In order to rectify this, the National Assembly for Wales
made two changes of substance to the boundaries. These
changes came into effect on 2 April 2003. The part of the
local government area of Conwy which had been in Gwynedd was
transferred to Clwyd, and the part of the local government
area of Caerphilly which had been in Mid Glamorgan was
transferred to Gwent. The boundary between Mid Glamorgan and
South Glamorgan was also re-aligned to reflect small changes
in local government boundaries. Each preserved county now
encompasses between one and five whole local government
The boundary between Mid Glamorgan and Powys will be further
modified on 1 April 2010 to reflect the 2009 local
government boundary changes in the Vaynor area.
List of Preserved Welsh Counties
The population figures are mid-year estimates for 2007 from
the Office for National Statistics, grouping component
unitary authority area figures into their respective
Clwyd Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire, Wrexham
Dyfed Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire
Gwent Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly, Torfaen, Monmouthshire,
Gwynedd Anglesey, Gwynedd
Mid Glamorgan Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil, Rhondda Cynon Taff
South Glamorgan Cardiff, Vale of Glamorgan
West Glamorgan Neath Port Talbot, Swansea
The info about Wales above is
taken with thanks to wikipedia.org We are unable to confirm