About Rhondda

Although people have lived in the Rhondda for about 6,000 years, until coal was discovered in the 19th century the area was almost entirely given over to agriculture and forestry and the population was tiny and Welsh-speaking. But in 1812 the first pit was opened in Dinas and within a century there were 53 mines with 41,000 miners out of a population of nearly 170,000…

About Rhondda

About Chris

Chris was born in Cardiff in 1962 and brought up in Cardiff, Spain and Cheltenham. He read English at Mansfield College Oxford (II.1) and Theology at Ripon College, Cuddesdon, before ordination in the Church of England in December 1986. He spent two and a half years as curate at All Saints, High Wycombe, before becoming Youth Chaplain to the diocese of Peterborough…

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You can email Chris directly at bryantc@parliament.uk or contact him at one of his offices. Alternatively, you can contact Chris through this website by using the form below. Please remember to provide us with your full name and e-mail address so that we can contact you…

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Here you will information about the work of Chris Bryant MP, the Latest News on Twitter from the House of Commons and local news from Rhondda.

 

About Chris

About Chris

Chris was born in Cardiff in 1962 and brought up in Cardiff, Spain and Cheltenham. He read English at…

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About Rhondda

About Rhondda

Although people have lived in the Rhondda for about 6,000 years, until coal was discovered in the 19th…

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Social Media

Social Media

To keep updated with the Latest News on Twitter from the House of Commons and news from Rhondda…

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Gallery

Gallery

To view a gallery of images of Chris in Rhondda and the House of Commons…Under Construction…

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Useful Links

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Get in touch

Get in touch

You can email Chris directly at bryantc@parliament.uk or contact him at one of his offices. Alternatively…

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