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The History of Caerphilly
Caerphilly is located at the southern end of the Rhymney Valley. Home to a historic castle, which is the largest in Wales, the town also has a proud rugby history reaching a European Challenge Cup in 2003.
Indeed one of Rocket Residential directors, Joe El-Abd, captained the side that day against the French team, Castres, starting a long history of association between the company and the town. Along with its castle and rugby club, it is probably most famous for producing the distinctive Caerphilly cheese which was originally manufactured to feed the local coal miners. Set to the backdrop of mountain, with a population of 30,000 it is one of the largest towns within commuting distance to Cardiff and as a result, has seen significant growth over recent years.