"Vale of Glamorgan – Bro Morgannwg" Vale of Glamorgan by grayfo

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The Vale of Glamorgan is a rich agricultural area; that lies in the most southerly part of Wales. At the heart of the county is a 14-mile stretch of protected coastline which was awarded Heritage Coast status in 1972 and includes secluded coves, interesting wildlife, exhilarating walks and backed by cliffs and rolling countryside.

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Walking in the Vale of Glamorgan

The coat of arms consists of three white/red chevrons on red/gold combining two local families, on an outline of the initial letter of the Vale. The crest is of a bear with a ship’s mast rising from a tower. The supporters, a lion and a unicorn, sheaves of wheat representing the agricultural area. The Unicorn is derived from Barry and the lion from Cowbridge.

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