pontypridd itself is full of reminiscences of old and modern Wales.
A Madras tiger cub, we are informed, has been born at pontypridd.
The pontypridd and Newport railway was constructed in 1887, and there is a joint station at Caerphilly for both railways.
We can only suppose that the animal did not know it was pontypridd.
Upon that day the ‘Druids and bards’ at pontypridd held the usual feast of the summer solstice in the face of the sun.
pontypridd deserves particular mention for the famous bridge which gives it its name.
The pontypridd ceremonies are similar to those of Midsummer-day, already mentioned.
In 1853 he went into business, first at pontypridd and then at Merthyr, but next year made his way to Liverpool.
An Eisteddfod, anywhere, is a very interesting event, but one at pontypridd seems to be of all others the most interesting.
The custom of lighting bonfires survives in some of the villages, and at pontypridd there are ceremonies of a solemn sort.