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A town seal which is believed to date from this period names the town as Sweyse.The source of this nickname is not clear.87 Swansea was featured in several Yes Minister series as an undesirable civil service posting, in particular the vehicle licensing centre.Joseph's Cathedral in the Greenhill area."Ex-Doctor 'may return as villain.The Prince made the announcement on uring a tour of Wales.16 From the late 17th century to 1801, Swansea's population grew by 500the first official census (in 1841) indicated that, with 6,099 inhabitants, Swansea had become significantly larger than Glamorgan 's county town, Cardiff, and was the second most populous town in Wales behind Merthyr.
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She works at the same military academy where her husband is employed.51 Food edit Local produce includes cockles and laverbread which are sourced from the Loughor estuary.Along the South Wales Main Line to Neath and stations to Cardiff Central (for connections to other parts of the United Kingdom Newport, Reading and London Paddington to the east.23 Mumbles Pier About three quarters of Swansea is bordered by the seathe Loughor Estuary, Swansea Bay and the Bristol Channel.Park and Ride edit Park and Ride services are operated from car parks at Landore and Fabian Way.He was born in the town and grew up at 5 Cwmdonkin Drive, Uplands, where he lived for 23 years and produced two thirds of his published work from his tiny bedroom which has been boost mobile free month promotion faithfully recreated as it may have been in 1934 and.Retrieved "City County of Swansea Economic Development Division, Tourism Student Information Pack" (PDF).Representation in the media edit Swansea has been used as a location for films such as Only Two Can Play, 84 Submarine and Twin Town, the TV series Mine All Mine and in episodes of Doctor Who.It later moved from horse power to steam locomotion, and finally converting to electric trams, before closing in January 1960, in favour of motor buses.