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East Wales is a term sometimes used to refer to the easternmost part of Wales. It starts after Cardiff gate
The UK Office for National Statistics has as its highest level sub-division, East Wales, covering the whole east side of the country. It is defined as Powys, Flintshire and Wrexham, Monmouthshire and Newport, and Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan. (The remainder of Wales is termed 'West Wales and The Valleys').
Welsh Athletics has four regions (East, West, North and South), with leagues for various disciplines having regional and inter-region competitions, particularly at school levels. The East Wales region covers Blaenau Gwent, Caerphilly (eastern half), Monmouthshire, Newport, South Powys and Torfaen.
The East Wales Bridge Association is one of four in Wales, the others being Mid, West and North. The East Wales Association has clubs in the historic counties of Glamorgan, Monmouthshire and Brecknockshire.
- Geography of Wales
- Mid Wales
- North Wales
- South Wales
- West Wales
- List of Welsh principal areas by percentage Welsh language
- Subdivisions of Wales
- Office for National Statistics Nomenclature of Units for Territorial Statistics (NUTS) Accessed 12 January 2013
- Welsh Athletics Regional Athletic Councils Accessed 12 January 2012
- Bridgeweb: East Wales Accessed 12 January 2013
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