- This category tree is for websites based in, or exclusively about, the South Wales county borough
- of Torfaen, named after the original name of the river in the valley community it represents.
- This river became better known as Afon Lwyd, flowing 13 miles from its source north of Blaenavon.
- joining the River Usk at Caerleon. now included in the unitary authority of Newport, which
- provides the southern boundary of Torfaen, before reaching the mouth of the Usk and Severn.
- The eastern and western boundaries approximately follow the ridges of mountains rising on each side
- of the Afon Lwyd, between Blaenau Gwent to the east, and Monmouthshire to the west and north.
Torfaen County Borough Council describes its services and includes information about the area. Includes online payments.
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