When he left the pub he managed in New Tredegar and came back to his home town of Bedwas, he stood for the Rhymney Valley District Council and for Mid Glamorgan County Council and won both seats.
What does MGCC stand for?
MGCC stands for Mid Glamorgan County Council (former administrative region of south Wales, UK)
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We have 6 other meanings of MGCC in our Acronym Attic
- Mississippi Gulf Coast Advertising Federation
- Meat Grading and Certification Branch (USDA)
- Michigan Gaming Control Board
- Middle Georgia Concert Band
- Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology
- Moto Guzzi Club Belgium
- Macalester-Groveland Community Council (St. Paul, MN)
- Malaysian-German Chamber of Commerce and Industry
- Manitoba Gaming Control Commission (Canada)
- MG Car Club (UK)
- Modélisation Globale et Changements Climatiques (French: Modeling and Global Climate Change; research team; est. 2004)
- Mymensingh Girl's Cadet College
- MG Car Club Antwerp (Antwerp, Belgium)
- MG Car Club Belgium (Belgium)
- Middle Georgia Clean Cities Coalition (est. 1996)
- Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College
- MG Car Club d'Italia (French: MG Car Club of Italy; Italy)
- Maximum Gapless Coverage Distance
- Multi-Generational Civic Engagement (Administration on Aging)
- Multifocal Giant Cell Encephalitis
Samples in periodicals archive:
This kind of "gerrymander", argues Mr Jones, led to the creation of a Mid Glamorgan County Council that did not include Cardiff but absurdly had its headquarters in the capital.
But the chairman of Rhondda Labour Party, who was director of education in the old Mid Glamorgan County Council, said that most English-medium secondary schools in Wales are "far from bilingual".
A fundamental tenet underlying the cross-party campaign for a Yes vote was that Wales deserved better than a Mid Glamorgan County Council on stilts, with the implication of a permanent Labour majority.
Before that she was a councillor for seven years - on the former Rhondda Borough and Mid Glamorgan County Councils and then Rhondda Cynon Taff County Borough Council.
The first is that the institutions have not been under the ownership of Glamorgan County Council since 1974 at which time the University of Glamorgan transferred to Mid Glamorgan County Council and Uwic to South Glamorgan County Council.
Mid Glamorgan County Council leader Coun Philip Squire warned that jobs would be lost forever and school-leavers would find it even harder to get work if the pit shut.
He said: "We had marches, demonstrations in front of the old Welsh Office and even occupied the office of Phil Squire, who was leader of Mid Glamorgan County Council at the time.