Is Gower losing its unique and distinctive profile? Will it become just a dormitory town for Swansea? The Institute of Welsh Affairs is facilitating a debate on a future vision for Gower and how Gower’s special community can be regenerated to help it move forward into a vibrant and economically active future.
Joining us to debate the issue of Gower as a place to live, work and visit are:
Special Guest: Award-winning poet and Gower author, Nigel Jenkins will be reading a small selection of poems to kick off the event, director of creative writing at Swansea University, author of numerous books of poetry and prose, among them Gower (Gomer Press, 2009), and two books about Swansea, Real Swansea and Real Swansea 2 (Seren Books, 2008 and 2012).
Local organisations and individuals with an interest in Gower’s past and future are invited to attend and participate in the debate.
To register for this free event please contact Jonathan Brooks-Jones on 029 2066 0820 or by e-mailing email@example.com