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Swans travel to Sheffield United Away First Game

Swans will travel to Sheffield United for the first game and then welcome Preston at home before heading to Birmingham. Leeds is the second home game which could see Kyle Bartley against his former club should he make a move to Leeds. Swans Fixtures: Saturday 11th August 2018 Championship Swansea15:00Preston Saturday 18th August 2018 Championship Birmingham15:00Swansea Wednesday 22nd August 2018 ...
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Mystery over Gorseinon painting

A local resident has been in touch with the SA4 Magazine hoping to shed some light on a painting she has owned for over 25 years. The resident who wishes to remain anonymous purchased the painting in Goreseinon and was told at the time that it was painted by a local artist. The signature on the painting is below, it ...
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Future of Craig Cefn Park Prmiary School ‘on the table’

As required by the Welsh Government the City and County of Swansea are undertaking an exercise to look at the sustainability of schools designated as ‘small’ in the local authority. Craig CefnParc Primary School falls into this category with its present number of pupils. On the 21st June 2018 the Labour Administration Cabinet will determine whether or not to undertake ...
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150 Years Of Morriston Primary School

Morriston Primary School is currently in the midst of capturing its vast 150 year history in order to create a spectacular event this summer, bringing the past to life on Friday 15 June. Log books, records and photos are being researched and collected through the West Glamorgan Archives, Morriston Local History Group, Facebook and the School to offer a deeper ...
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£1.6 Million for Penllergaer Valley Woods

The Penllergare Trust is pleased to confirm that we have been awarded a grant of £1.6 million by the Lottery Fund to develop the historic Walled Garden and adjacent woodland area at Penllergare Valley Woods. We are delighted to continue our relationship with the City Council who have been instrumental in acquiring several parcels of land that will feature in ...
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Neath Train Station is staying on the mainline

By Jeremy Miles AM I would like to reassure the residents of the Neath constituency that there are no government plans or proposals to downgrade Neath train station, despite claims that have been made in relation to the recent campaign. Mark Barry, a Cardiff-based transport expert floated at the end of last year a plan for a Swansea Bay area ...
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Congratulations to the Mayor and Deputy Mayor of Pontardawe

Councillor Linet Purcell – Town Mayor 2017/18 Having taught Music for many years Linet entered politicsin 2008 when she was elected to both the County Council and the Town Council. She is proud of the Town Council’s initiatives to encourage young people to participate. She said: “Young people are our future and I am delighted that we have an elected ...
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Gowerton School News – June 2018

It’s that strange time of year again when we bid farewell to our year 13 and year 11 and wish them all the very best in their exams and for their future. We also prepare to welcome ‘our next generation’ with pupils from our primary schools visiting and preparing for their life in secondary school. We will want them to ...
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SkyBet: ‘Swans to win League… Cardiff bottom’ 18/19 season

For the first time in a decade, Cardiff City will start a season in a tier above their South Wales rivals but if the bookies are right (which they usually are) then they better enjoy it while they can. Swansea City are expected to win the league even though they are likely to sell their best players to make up ...
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Graham Potter for Swans job?

An interesting candidate sits second favourite with the bookies to take over from Carlos. As we once again look for another manager to sit in the hot seat, many have been googling ‘Graham Potter’ to see who on earth he is! Well he had an average playing career (by professional standards that is; not by mine) but he seems to have taken managing very, very ...
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