L-R Glyn Thomas, Alternative First Responder Manager, Councillor Kelly Roberts, Councillor Andrew Stevens, Councillor Malcolm Curtice, Dan Edwards, Scheme Coordinator, Councillor Jan Curtice, and Volunteer First Responders Natalie Evans, Beth Fellows and Sophie Webb. (Photo taken by Martin Bray).
(L-R) David Bamford, chairman of 3M’s Gorseinon Runners, receiving a cheque from Cllrs Jan Curtice, Kelly Roberts and Andrew Stevens, with some of the club’s runners
MAIN CAPTION: L-R Anthony Hamilton-Shaw (Cariad), Cllr Jan Curtice, Cllr Andrew Stevens and Jamie Whitton (Pengelli AFC) at Pengelli Sports & Social Club

Labour councillors and Swans combine to provide much-needed defibrillators

Four defibrillators have been provided around the Penyrheol ward…
Zip-wire in Dunvant Medow

Zip-wire installed for Dunvant schoolchildren

Dunvant schoolchildren have been enjoying the new junior zip-wire…
Budget funds for more 3g pitches

Labour councillors hail 3G pitches at Penyrheol School

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Community Meal at St Catherine's Church
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Leaders of Gorseinon and Penyrheol hail success of Community Meal

Community leaders from across Gorseinon and Penyrheol were thrilled…
Andrew Stevens and Cllr Jan Curtice

Swansea Labour’s Penyrheol 2017 election candidates announced

Local farmer and Gorseinon Town Council deputy mayor Andrew Stevens…