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Ferndale is a town located in the Rhondda Valley in the area district of Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales. Neighbouring towns are Blaenllechau, Maerdy and Tylorstown. Ferndale was industrialised in the mid-19th century. The very first coal mine shaft was sunk in 1857 as well as was the initial neighborhood to be intensively industrialised in the Rhondda Valley. In Welsh, Ferndale is called Glynrhedynog, the name of one of the old ranches on which the town is developed. In its early stage Glynrhedynog was also called Trerhondda after the name of the initial huge chapel to be integrated in the town. The identifying of negotiations after chapels prevailed in Wales at the time, as is displayed in village names such as Bethesda, Beulah as well as Horeb, yet neither Glynrhedynog neither Trerhondda was destined to be utilized for long. Glynrhedynog is made from words "glyn" implying valley and also "rhedynog" suggesting ferny, and so coal from the Glynrhedynog pits was marketed as Ferndale coal, a a lot easier name for English buyers to absorb. The Ferndale pits are what attracted the labor force and their households to the location, and also by the 1880s "Ferndale" was well developed as a flourishing community. With the phasing in of multilingual road signs from the late 1980s onwards, the name Glynrhedynog slowly reappeared as well as is currently the formally designated Welsh language name for Ferndale. The Welsh language gets on the boost in Ferndale after the village took on the English language during the Industrial revolution. A Welsh language school is located near the park as well as the school is called after the park's lake, 'Llyn-y-Forwyn.' (The Maiden's Lake).