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Swansea’s new arena – video, Copr Bay phase one

Swansea's historical past is being celebrated with the new Copr Bay district development which recognises generations of families who have helped transform and regenerate...

Britain downgraded, no longer a first-rate global power due to Brexit

Britain's global reputation has been damaged and it must accept it is no longer a first-rate global power, a former prime minister said. In a...

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Castell Graig / Morris Castle

Castell Graig / Morris Castle Er iddo ddisgwl fel adfail castell o'r Canol Oesoedd adeiladwyd Castell Graig, fel y'i gelwir, rhwng 1768-1775 gan John Morris...

Pembroke History: St. David’s & St.Non’s

Tucked away on the Pembrokeshire peninsula, a jagged finger of rock pointing the way to Ireland, is Britain’s smallest city, St. David’s. You see first...

Pembrokeshire History: Iron Age Settlements

History and its visible remains are thickly layered across the dramatic and beautiful landscape of Pembrokeshire. Using the ancient trackways of the Christian pilgrims, which...

Pembrokeshire History: Fishguard, Gwaun Valley & Preseli Hills

Fishguard is a quaint little town which you can explore in two parts. The lower town is the older and more picturesque with many...

Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows

An unexpected bonus on the recent trip to Pembrokeshire was seeing the John Constable painting ‘Salisbury Cathedral from the Meadows’. It was on display...

William Marshall – First Earl of Pembroke

1144 to 1219 It was a time of knights and kings. It was a time of civil war. It was also the time of William Marshal, a...

Dan Morgan – campaigning to allow glorifying racists and oppressors in Swansea and Wales

Meet Dan Morgan. Dan is running a far right group in different social medias. At the moment, Dan is actively campaigning for street names...

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Mumbles Sea Defence – Have your say!

Swansea Council are in the process of strengthening the sea defences around Mumbles and require input from the public to help in the project. The...

Coed Gwylym Park receives £89,000 to build a new club house

From Coed Gwylym Park: We have just received some fantastic news that we are delighted to share with you. The National Lottery Community Fund have...

Mayhill Riots

Following a vigil for a local man, fireworks were thrown and hundreds of people joined in violence in the Mayhill area. Ethan Powell who...

Oystermouth Castle conservation work

Contractors are preparing to move on site to carry out crucial conservation work to help preserve one of Swansea's most historic landmarks. Specialists will be...

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