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Abermule (Welsh: Abermiwl) is a veelage in Powys, mid Wales, locatit on the River Severn. The Montgomeryshire canal runs through Abermule, the canal is vera close tae the river.

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The veelage haes ane primary schuil - Abermule CP School; previously cried Dolforwyn CP Schuil - a veelage shop, a caravan park, a growin number o new hooses, a commonty centre/playin fields, twa pairks for childer, a bowlin green, 2 tennis courts an twa pubs - 'The Abermule Hotel' an 'The Waterloo'. Abermule is hame tae Wales' first privately awned Natural Burial steid an aw, Green Lane Burial Field.

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Nearby are the remains o Dolforwyn Castle, the anerlie castle built bi the last native prince o Gwynedd o direct descent, Llywelyn ap Gruffydd Fychan, Prince o Wales. In 2006 a Roman Road wis foond while biggin the "Felin Hafren" estate.

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Abermule wis the junction for a short branch railway tae Kerry closed in 1956. It haed its awn station till it wis closed as pairt o the Beeching cuts in 1965 an aw. The Cambrian railway uisers group haes cried for the reinstatement o this station.

The veelage wis the steid o the Abermule train collision on 26 Januar 1921, which killed 17 passengers, includin the Cambrian Railways chairman, Lord Herbert Vane-Tempest o Machynlleth.

There is a regular bus service runnin tae Welshpool, Newtown an Montgomery.

Fitbaa[eedit | eedit soorce]

Abermule FC play ahint the Primary Schuil in the centre o Abermule. The team haes been pairt o the Montgomeryshire leagues for 39 years. The current team is co-managit bi Steven Morris an Michael 'Smithy' Fletcher.

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