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The town of Penarth thus owes its development to the massive expansion of the South Wales coalfield in the 19th century.Its proximity to Cardiff, which was the natural outlet for the industrial valleys of Glamorgan, and its natural waterfront meant that Penarth was ideally situated to contribute to meeting the world’s demand for Welsh coal through the construction of the docks.In 1875, three of the constituent parishes - Penarth, Cogan, and Llandough - were merged into the Penarth Local Board, giving a population of 6,228 persons by 1881.This figure had doubled by 1891 with the opening of the railway and had increased even further by 1901 to 14,228 persons.This was the accepted translation for several hundred years and is still reflected in the town’s achievement of arms which depicts bears.Modern scholars have suggested that the name is shortened from an original “ (The Big Dictionary: Gomer Press) reveals that penardd/penarth eb (feminine noun) means 'promontory'.From the 12th century until 1543 the lands of Penarth were owned by the canons of St Augustine, Bristol.

During the Victorian era Penarth was a highly popular holiday destination, promoted nationally as "The Garden by the Sea" and was packed by visitors from the Midlands and the West Country as well as day trippers from the South Wales valleys, mostly arriving by train.The development of the town continued to be rapid and Penarth soon became self-sufficient, with its own local government, a thriving shopping centre and many new community facilities.What is now the main shopping area of Windsor Road was originally residential housing, but the owners sacrificed their front gardens to build shop extensions, although the original house architecture can still be seen above the current shops.Local grey limestone, quarried from what is now Cwrt-y-vil playing fields, gave a particular character to the surviving older buildings of the town.To the south of the town centre, imposing detached villa residences along the cliff tops looked across the Channel to the Somerset coast and the islands of Flat Holm (Welsh: By 1861, the number of people in the five parishes had increased to 1,898 and to 3,382 by 1871.The oldest building in the area is a Tudor mansion, owned by the Herbert family, on the hillside at Cogan Pill.