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The remains of a rectangular hut with traces of drystone wall foundations and postholes was discovered; while carbon dating of charcoal found at the site dated the structure as late Neolithic.Although little evidence of settlements has been found in the Rhondda that date between the Neolithic and Bronze Age periods, several cairns and cists have been discovered throughout the length of both valleys.We know youâ€™ll be pleasantly surprised by who you meet at our events and remember, everyone is there for the same reason; to meet new people, expand their social circles and hopefully (fingers crossed) meet someone special. Visit and sign up to be notified of forthcoming Sugar 'N' Spice Speed Dating events!!!
The items did not originate from the Rhondda and are thought to have been left at the site as a votive offering.Rhondda is also famous for strong masculine cultural ties within a social community which expressed itself outside industry in the form of male voice choirs, sport and politics.The larger of the two valleys, the Rhondda Fawr, extends from Porth and rises through the valley until it reaches Blaenrhondda, near Treherbert.This left the two river valleys of the Rhondda with narrow, steep sided slopes which would dictate the layout of settlements from early to modern times.The earliest evidence of the presence of man in these upper areas of Glamorgan was discovered in 1963 at Craig y Llyn.