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Encyclopedia > Districts of Wales

In 1974 Wales was divided for local government purposes into districts. Several districts made up an administrative county, of which there were 8. This system of two-tier local government was abolished in 1996 and replaced with a system of counties and county boroughs.


Former districts

District Adm. County Successor
Aberconwy Gwynedd Conwy
Alyn and Deeside Clwyd Flintshire
Anglesey Gwynedd Anglesey
Arfon Gwynedd Gwynedd
Blaenau Gwent Gwent Blaenau Gwent, part to Monmouthshire
Brecknock Powys Powys
Cardiff South Glamorgan Cardiff
Carmarthen Dyfed Carmarthenshire
Cynon Valley Mid Glamorgan Rhondda Cynon Taff
Ceredigion Dyfed Ceredigion
Colwyn Clwyd Conwy, part to Denbighshire
Delyn Clwyd Flintshire
Dinefwr Dyfed Carmarthenshire
Dwyfor Gwynedd Gwynedd
Islwyn Gwent Caerphilly
Llanelli Dyfed Carmarthenshire
Lliw Valley West Glamorgan split between Neath Port Talbot, Swansea
Glyndwr Clwyd Denbighshire, part to Powys, Wrexham
Meirionnydd Gwynedd Gwynedd
Merthyr Tydfil Mid Glamorgan Merthyr Tydfil
Monmouth Gwent Monmouthshire
Montgomeryshire Powys Powys
Neath West Glamorgan Neath Port Talbot
Newport Gwent Newport
Ogwr Mid Glamorgan Bridgend, part to Vale of Glamorgan
Port Talbot West Glamorgan Neath Port Talbot
Preseli Dyfed Pembrokeshire
Radnorshire Powys Powys
Rhondda Mid Glamorgan Rhondda Cynon Taff
Rhuddlan Clwyd Denbighshire
Rhymney Valley Mid Glamorgan Caerphilly
South Pembroke Dyfed Pembrokeshire
Swansea West Glamorgan Swansea
Taff-Ely Mid Glamorgan Rhondda Cynon Taff, part to Cardiff
Torfaen Gwent Torfaen
Vale of Glamorgan South Glamorgan Vale of Glamorgan
Wrexham Maelor Clwyd Wrexham

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Urban district - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (320 words)
In England and Wales, urban districts and rural districts were created in 1894 (by the) as subdivisions of administrative counties.
Urban districts usually covered smaller towns, usually with populations of less than 30,000, they often also often covered some rural areas as well, this was especially true in the latter years when many mergers of districts took place.
Urban and rural districts were abolished in 1974, and replaced with a uniform system of larger districts.
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