Highlights of the Swansea City Triathlon on Sunday. The sun came out just in time for this annual event. Were you part of the sprint distance triathlon in this iconic welsh city. The event was open to both adults and children age 14 and over and has the fantastic finish line atmosphere expected at all of these events.
The Swansea Triathlon course is simply in one of the best locations in the UK. With a calm, safe and spectator friendly swim, picturesque ride and a fast and flat run, this event will take some beating!
It started at the Prince of Wales docks and finished in Castle Square in the centre of the city.
SWANSEA’S FIRST ANIMAL RIGHTS MARCH
Swansea Pride 2019
WALES ON WHEELS
Organised by Vegan Actions Wales; our local charitable animal rights group, this event will be the first of its kind in the city and will see people from all over the UK travelling to Swansea to stand up for the rights of animals.
With veganism on the rise and the effects of animal agriculture on the environment plastered thrust into the limelight of the media in recent months we believe all local press should make an appearance to document what the people at the heart of animal rights are doing to make a difference on this particularly special occasion.
The event will take place on the Saturday 1st June from 12pm outside Swansea train station and down towards Castle Square. Following the march at 1.30pm there will be a Cube Of Truth on Oxford Street; a street art form of vegan activism performed by the Swansea branch of Anonymous For The Voiceless.
JCP HALF MARATHON SWANSEA 2019
The JCP Swansea Half Marathon offers runners the chance for a perfect personal best on the flat, fast, scenic 13.1 route. The race starts outside the iconic Brangwyn Hall before hitting the beautiful vista of Swansea Bay and enjoying some of the most breathtaking views of any half marathon.
The race finish is in Adelaide Street near the National Waterfront Museum in the city centre.
Six thousand runners took part, including the wheelchair race. The weather was perfect for this event, cloudy, dry, and cold.
St Helen's Road 50 Year Summer Street Party
ARMED FORCES DAY TRIBUTE
WALES NATIONALAIRSHOW 2019
PUNISHMENT - EXTREME IRONING
TALIESIN DANCE DAYS
A visit by Paul Harris, Allen Hill, and Bananaman Andrew MacFetters to the Heroes and Legends convention at Margam Castle on Sunday 21 July 2019 was a day to remember. It was a lovely sunny day for this event as hundreds of tourists and local visitors had a great time with the cosplayers.
There was plenty to see outside the castle with cosplayers putting on impromptu displays in their original costumes. Robots, K9, R2-D2, Dalek, were on show with Chewbacca, Mace Windu, and the infamous Darth Vader all making their piece of acting look so real.
The doll from the Charles Lee film "Chucky" Ray is a fictional character and the main antagonist of the Child's Play slasher film series. Had some scary moments with 'Chucky.' Margam Castle was a brilliant setting for this event, which was there on Saturday and Sunday.