Serviced Offices Gwent
Gwent was abolished on 1 April 1996. The name however, remains as one of the preserved counties of Wales used for the ceremonial purposes of Lieutenancy and High Shrievalty. The successor unitary authorities are Blaenau Gwent County Borough, Caerphilly County Borough, Monmouthshire, City of Newport and Torfaen County Borough.
Caerphilly is a town in the county borough of Caerphilly, located at the southern end of the Rhymney Valley, it is largely a commuter town of Cardiff and Newport, which are located around 7.5 miles and 12 miles away, respectively. Caerphilly is home to a number of business parks offering serviced offices in Gwent, such as the Caerphilly Business Park and Nantgarw Business Park.
The A469 trunk road runs through the town north to south and the A468 skirts the northern boundary of the town. Caerphilly is served by three railway stations: Caerphilly, Aber and Energlyn & Churchill Park. All stations are on the Rhymney Line serving Cardiff.
Every summer, the town hosts The Big Cheese Festival and a fundraising musical event called Megaday. In the winter, there is the Festival of Light, involving the procession of hundreds of lanterns through the centre of the town.