Bouncy Castle Hire in Gwent.

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A1 Jump & Bounce

Contact: Becky
Home Ebbw Vale Gwent Work Phone: 01495 352352 Work Phone: 07811 122867 Website: A1 jump & bounce

Affordable Bouncy Castle Hire Newport

Contact: Kyle Webber
Home 40 Birch Grove Llanmartin Newport Gwent NP182JA United Kingdom Cell Phone: 07763 882942 Website: Affordable Bouncy Castle Hire Newport

Bounce n Play South Wales

bouncy castle and soft play hire Contact: Sarah Hargreaves
Home 3 bushy park wainfelin pontypool np4 6ed Home Phone: 07892 977377 Website: bounce n play

Bouncy Boing

Contact: Jerry Garry
Home Phone: 01591 620327 Cell Phone: 07803 589627 Website: Bouncy Boing

Bouncy Boing

Contact: Jerry Garry
Home Phone: 01591 620327 Website: Bouncy Boing


Contact: Lee Moriarty
Home 41 Cambria Street Griffithstown Pontypool Gwent NP4 5HW Work Phone: 07594 – 006931 Website:

Mini Mayhem Softplay

Contact: Ceirion Skym
Home 33 Penrhiwfer Road, Tonyrefail, Porth Rhondda Cynon Taff Mid Glamorgan Cardiff CF39 8EY Cell Phone: 07538 475720 Home Phone: 01443 670377 Website: Mini Mayhem Softplay

Gwent is a preserved county and a former local government county in south-east Wales. It was formed on 1 April 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, and was named after the ancient Kingdom of Gwent. The authority was a successor to both the administrative county of Monmouthshire (with minor boundary changes)[1] and the county borough of Newport. Both authorities were explicitly defined as part of Wales by the Act;[2] they had previously been considered jointly with Wales for certain purposes.

Under the Local Government (Wales) Act 1994, Gwent was abolished on 1 April 1996.[3] However, it remains one of the preserved counties of Wales used for the ceremonial purposes of Lieutenancy and High Shrievalty, and its name also survives in various titles, e.g., Gwent Police, Royal Gwent Hospital, Gwent Wildlife Trust, Coleg Gwent college and the Newport Gwent Dragons rugby team. Given the similarity in area, it is sometimes used as a synonym for the historic county of Monmouthshire — for example the Gwent Family History Society describes itself as “The key to roots in the historic county of Monmouthshire”.[4]

When it existed, the administrative area was divided into several districts: Blaenau Gwent District, Islwyn District, Monmouth District, Newport District and Torfaen District. The successor unitary authorities are the Blaenau Gwent County Borough, Caerphilly County Borough (part of which came from Mid Glamorgan), Monmouthshire (which covers the eastern 60% of the historic county), City of Newport and Torfaen County Borough.

In 2003 the preserved county of Gwent expanded to cover the whole of Caerphilly County Borough;[5] the Gwent Police area having already been realigned to these boundaries in 1996. In 2007, the population of this enlarged area was estimated as 560,500,[6] making it the most populous of the preserved counties.


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