Ogmore-by-Sea (Welsh: Aberogwr, meaning "Mouth of the River Ogmore") is a seaside village in St Brides Major community in the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales. Ogmore river probably takes its name from the large caves on the seashore by the river mouth, Og being Welsh for cave. It lies on the western limit of the Glamorgan Heritage Coast of south Wales.
Local authority: Vale of Glamorgan Council
OS Grid Reference: SS865751
Tourist Information Centre
Old Police Station
Phone 01656 786 639
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