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Pantmawr Road, Coryton

Coryton is a district of the capital city of Wales, Cardiff lying immediately to the north of Whitchurch next to junction 32 of the M4. It falls within Whitchurch & Tongwynlais electoral ward. The area is named after Sir Herbert Cory (1857–1933), former Conservative MP of Cardiff and one of the Cory baronets, coal mining and ship owning industrialists.

The district contains a mix of early and mid 20th century suburban housing estates, 1960s council housing and some post-2000 developments.

The Hollybush pub, Coryton

Due to the area's close proximity to Whitchurch it has few amenities of its own, although to those from elsewhere it is probably best known for The Hollybush public house, the Village Hotel at the M4 motorway junction, and the biggest Asda supermarket in South Wales which opened in 1970.[citation needed]

The Glamorganshire Canal local nature reserve, a country park, is adjacent to the River Taff.

The area is served by Coryton railway station, the terminus of the Coryton Line.

Inter Coryton football club plays its home games in nearby Caedelyn Park.[1]


  1. ^ "Match Report - Inter Cotyton v. Cardiff County Football Club". Club Website. 13 February 2011. Retrieved 29 March 2017.

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