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Brechfa OS grid reference SN525303 Community Llanfihangel Rhos-y-Corn Principal area Carmarthenshire Ceremonial county Dyfed Country Wales Sovereign state United Kingdom Post town CARMARTHEN Postcode district SA32 Police Dyfed-Powys Fire Mid and West Wales Ambulance Welsh EU Parliament Wales Website http://www.brechfa.info/ List of places: UK • Wales • Carmarthenshire An aerial view of Brechfa. Brechfa is a village in Carmarthenshire, Wales.[1][2] that has existed since the 6th century.[3] Contents 1 Location and amenities 2 History 3 Brechfa FM 4 References 5 External links Location and amenities Brechfa is set in countryside [4] managed by the Forestry Commission or Forest Enterprise[5] at the top of the Cothi Valley.[6] The village is the site of Brechfa Mountain Biking. A co-operative has been set up to run the village shop,[7] which featured in an article in the Daily Telegraph Magazine in 2007.[8] History In the 1840s, Brechfa featured in the Rebecca Riots when rioters destroyed tollgates on the local turnpike road.[9] During the 1930s Great Depression, unemployed men were set to work on the Forestry Commission land, breaking ground, building tracks, and undertaking other heavy labour. The men lived in a work camp in Brechfa, which was one of a number of Instructional Centres run by the Ministry of Labour. Brechfa FM Pupils of Bro Myrddin Welsh Comprehensive School, Carmarthen have launched an on demand podcast website on the bebo network called Brechfa FM. The comedy radio station portrays the Brechfa residents as very isolated people who have no contact with "outside world" places such as Carmarthen. The radio station has become popular among local bebo network users.. Brechfa Radio Podcast Site References ^ 2001 Census ^ Community Web-Site ^ A History of Carmarthenshire Lloyd, Sir J: For The Society (Cardiff) 1935 & 1939, Vol I From Prehistoric Times to the Act of Union (1536) ^ Walks around Brecha ^ Long term conservation ^ Scenic tour ^ Winner of A Welsh Oscar, Newyddion Cymuned May 25th, 2007 ^ Saturday 31st March 2007 ^ Rebecca Riots John Field, "Learning Through Labour: Training, unemployment and the state, 1890-1939", Leeds University Press, 1992, ISBN 0-900-960-48-5 External links Mountain Biking in Brechfa - MBWales Photos of Brechfa and surrounding area on Geograph Coordinates: 51°57′N 4°09′W / 51.95°N 4.15°W / 51.95; -4.15 v · d · eCommunities of Carmarthenshire Abergwili · Abernant · Ammanford · Betws · Bronwydd · Carmarthen · Cenarth · Cilycwm · Cilymaenllwyd · Cwmamman · Dyffryn Cennen · Cynwyl Elfed · Cynwyl Gaeo · Eglwyscummin · Gorslas · Henllanfallteg · Kidwelly · Laugharne Township · Llanarthney · Llanboidy · Llanddarog · Llanddeusant · Llanddowror · Llandeilo · Llandovery · Llandybie · Llandyfaelog · Llanedi · Llanegwad · Llanelli · Llanelli Rural · Llanfair-ar-y-bryn · Llanfihangel Aberbythych · Llanfihangel Rhos-y-Corn · Llanfihangel-ar-Arth · Llanfynydd · Llangadog · Llangain · Llangathen · Llangeler · Llangennech · Llangunnor · Llangyndeyrn · Llangynin · Llangynog · Llanllawddog · Llanllwni · Llannon · Llanpumsaint · Llansadwrn · Llansawel · Llansteffan · Llanwinio · Llanwrda · Llanybydder · Llanycrwys · Manordeilo and Salem · Meidrim · Myddfai · Newcastle Emlyn · Newchurch and Merthyr · Pembrey and Burry Port Town · Pencarreg · Pendine · Pontyberem · Quarter Bach · St Clears · St Ishmael · Talley · Trelech · Trimsaran · Whitland