Last Alteration: Monday 04 January 2010

Neal Soil Supplies Ltd

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51°29'56"-03°05'53" show decimal

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Neal Soil Supplies Ltd
Ty-To-Maen Farm, Newton Road, Rumney, Cardiff, CF3 2EJ

The company was originally created to dispose of the topsoil from an area for birds on the Cardiff estuary. It has now become one of the largest recycler and supplier of soil and aggregates in the region.

Neal Soils also own land on Broad Street Common in Peterstone, Wentlooge, near to Swn-y-mor Farm.

This location is private and has no or limited access only. The field itself is private ground, though the buildings are visible from the roadside


Access: publicStatus: recognisableBarns (roadside)


«prev photo next photo»Photograph taken: 5th August 2009 by Scott Frankton

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Children of Earth - Day Five
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Filmed: 2008
Hiding at a farm


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Additional Notes:


The "town view" behind the farm seen in the wide shot above is matted into the view - the farm actually looks out to the Severn!

Where to travel to next?


For detailed information where you can travel to next, see the full Locations Guide entry.

Additional Torchwood locations as the crow flies:


Harris Avenue (Children of Earth: Day Five): 1.17 miles.


Llanstephan Road (Children of Earth: Day Five): 1.23 miles.

Further links about the location:


Neal Soils Supplies Ltd - official site

Related Stories


Children of Earth: Day Five [10-11 Nov 2008] (barns near Swn-y-Mor Farm): Gwen and Rhys hide children in a farm

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