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Coordinates: 51°36′35″N 3°22′52″W / 51.6096°N 3.3811°W / 51.6096; -3.3811 Trehafod Trehafod  Trehafod shown within Rhondda Cynon Taf Population 816 [1] OS grid reference ST044909 Principal area Rhondda Cynon Taf Ceremonial county Mid Glamorgan Country Wales Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town PORTH Postcode district CF37 Dialling code 01443 Police South Wales Fire South Wales Ambulance Welsh EU Parliament Wales UK Parliament Rhondda Welsh Assembly Rhondda List of places: UK • Wales • Rhondda Cynon Taf Trehafod is a village in the Rhondda Valley between Porth and Pontypridd in the county borough of Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, although in administrative terms is split between the electoral division of Cymmer (Rhondda) to the West and Rhondda (Pontypridd) to the East. A former coal mining area, the village is now best known as the site of the Rhondda Heritage Park, a tourist attraction reflecting industrial life of coal mining Rhondda. History The Lewis Merthyr Colliery now part of the Rhondda Heritage Park The 1847 tithe map of the area shows a number of farms on the area that was to become Trehafod, these were named, Hafod Uchaf, Hafod Ganol and Hafod Fawr. It was from these farms that Trehafod was to take its name. Hafod is a Welsh word that can mean "summer dwelling" or "upland farm". Trehafod railway station lies on the Rhondda Line which follows the River Rhondda; the railway line and river border the village on either side. Trehafod is now most famous for the Rhondda Heritage Park which was once the Lewis Merthyr colliery, at the peak time for coal mining production, one of the most productive collieries in the South Wales Coalfield. Due to the river flowing very close to a lot of houses within the village there have been a number of floodings. The biggest floods were in 1960, which claimed the life of one man who lived in Afon street. Afon is a Welsh word that means river. In most streets, the whole lower level of buildings was submerged by water. Other years that floodings have occurred were 1921, 1929, 1979 and most recently in the mid 1990s. In the late 1990s the Trehafod stretch of the Rhondda river bank was reinforced, in an effort to prevent future floodings. The village was visited by Queen Elizabeth II on 13 June 2002 during her Jubilee tour of the UK. Other royal guests who have visited in the past include King George V and Queen Mary in 1912. External links Pictures of events in Trehafod Trehafod Welsh Coal Mines website - research the local pit history : photos of Trehafod and surrounding area References ^ The Welsh Academy Encyclopaedia of Wales. John Davies, Nigel Jenkins, Menna Baines and Peredur Lynch (2008) pg750 ISBN 9780708319536 This Rhondda Cynon Taf location article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e v • d • e   Rhondda Cynon Taf Rhondda Cynon Taf County Borough Council Principal settlements Aberdare · Ferndale · Llantrisant · Mountain Ash · Pontypridd · Porth · Tonypandy · Treorchy Towns and villages Aberaman · Abercwmboi · Abercynon · Abernant · Beddau · Blaenllechau · Blaencwm · Blaenclydach · Blaenrhondda · Brynna · Brynsadler · Church Village · Cilfynydd · Clydach Vale · Coed-Ely · Cwmaman · Cwmbach · Cwmdare · Cwmparc · Cymmer · Dinas Rhondda · Efail Isaf · Fernhill · Glyncoch · Gelli · Groes-faen · Gilfach Goch · Glenboi · Glynfach · Glyntaff · Hawthorn · Hirwaun · Llanharan · Llanharry · Llwyncelyn · Llwydcoed · Llwynypia · Maerdy · Miskin · Penderyn · Penrhiwceiber · Penrhiwfer · Penrhys · Pentre · Penygraig · Penywaun · Pontyclun · Pontygwaith · Rhigos · Stanleytown · Talbot Green · Taff's Well · Trealaw · Trebanog · Trecynon · Treforest · Trehafod · Treherbert · Tynewydd · Tonyrefail · Tonteg · Ton Pentre · Tylorstown · Wattstown · Williamstown  · Ynysybwl · Ynyshir · Ynysmaerdy · Ystrad Rhondda Education Aberdare High School · Aberdare Girls' School · Blaengwawr Comprehensive School · Bryn Celynnog Comprehensive School · Coleg Morgannwg · Hawthorn High School · Mountain Ash Comprehensive School · Pontypridd High School · St. John the Baptist School · Treorchy Comprehensive School · Treorchy Primary School · University of Glamorgan · Y Pant School · Ysgol Gyfun Garth Olwg · Ysgol Gyfun Llanhari · Ysgol Gyfun Rhydywaun · Ysgol Gyfun Cymer Rhondda Rivers Afon Clun · Afon Sychryd · River Cynon · River Ely · River Rhondda · River Taff v • d • e   Villages and towns of the Rhondda Valley Rhondda Fawr Blaencwm • Blaenrhondda • Cwm Clydach • Cwmparc • Cymmer • Dinas Rhondda • Gelli • Glynfach • Llwyncelyn • Llwynypia • Pentre • Penygraig • Pen-yr-englyn • Porth • Ton Pentre • Tonypandy • Trealaw • Trebanog • Trehafod • Treherbert • Treorchy • Tynewydd • Williamstown • Ynyswen • Ystrad Rhondda Rhondda Fach Blaenllechau • Ferndale • Maerdy • Penrhys • Pontygwaith • Tylorstown • Stanleytown • Wattstown • Ynyshir