Chartism in Wales - meaning and definition. What is Chartism in Wales
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What (who) is Chartism in Wales - definition

Chartism in Wales         
Chartism originated in Wales in Carmarthen under the influence of Hugh Williams, a solicitor and radical reformer. Williams claimed he "got up the first radical meeting in south Wales" in the autumn of 1836 when he founded Carmarthen Working Men's Association.
Transport in Wales         
  • [[Optare Tempo]] in [[Aberystwyth]], on [[TrawsCambria]] interurban service X40
  • The [[Menai Suspension Bridge]] spans the Menai Strait between the North Wales Mainland and Anglesey. It was completed in 1826 to allow road traffic to access the island
  • Station buildings in [[Caerleon]] awaiting platform rebuilding and station re-opening on the [[Welsh Marches Line]]
  • [[Cardiff Bus]] in [[Cardiff]]
  • [[National Cycle Route 5]]/[[Wales Coast Path]], Conwy
  • [[Great Orme Tramway]] in [[Llandudno]] on the [[Great Orme]]
  • [[Llandudno Cable Car]]
  • The [[Brynglas Tunnels]] are a prominent landmark on the [[M4 motorway]]
  • [[Milford Haven]] in 1776. The port still handles over 60% of the country's sea freight by weight
  • Rail network of Wales; 2020
  • Pontrilas]], also on the Welsh Marches Line
Transportation in Wales; Cycling in Wales; History of rail transport in Wales
Transport in Wales is heavily influenced by the country's geography. Wales is predominantly hilly or mountainous, and the main settlements lie on the coasts of north and south Wales, while mid Wales and west Wales are lightly populated.
Sport in Wales         
  • Geraint Thomas, winner of Tour de France.
  • Colin Jackson in 2012.
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  • Gareth Bale playing football for Wales versus Austria.
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  • Shane Williams of the Ospreys scores a try versus Ulster.
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  • Surfers at Llangennith, Gower, South Wales. Photo: RIPNROCK
  • Match of the Century]]'' against [[The Original All Blacks]] in 1905
Sport in wales; Basketball in Wales
Sport in Wales plays a prominent role in Welsh culture. Like the other countries of the United Kingdom, Wales enjoys independent representation in major world sporting events such as the FIFA World Cup and in the Rugby World Cup, but competes as part of Great Britain in some other competitions, including the Olympics.