Bridgend is a town in the County Borough of Bridgend in Wales. It is midway between Cardiff and Swansea.
The river crossed by the original bridge which gave the town its name is the River Ogmore but the River Ewenny also passes to the south of the town. Historically a part of Glamorgan, Bridgend has greatly expanded in size since the early 1980s and had a population of 39,429 in 2001.
There are out-of-town shopping areas at Waterton, near the A473, which contains a B&Q amongst others, Cowbridge Road, home of the larger (Tesco Extra) of the town's two Tesco stores, and at The Derwen, Junction 36 of the M4, home to Sainsbury's and the Bridgend Designer Outlet, which has many brand names stores selling products at discounted prices, and Odeon Cinema in the Designer Outlet's Foodcourt, which contains one of Bridgend's three McDonald. Ample free parking is provided at the out-of-town sites.
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