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The Circus of Horrors: The Never-Ending Nightmare, 20 February - 22 March, Seven Locations (Up to 51% Off)

Improbable stunts and forked tongues abound as The Circus of Horrors hit the sta...

(was £25)
Swansea City AFC Child (£66) or Adult VIP Package (£159), Choice of Fixture, 22 October - 1 April, Liberty Stadium

Fans can cheer on the Swans as they face one of eight different teams in a choic...

(was £66)
Trampoline Park Access and Unlimited Soft Play with Optional Kids Meal for Two at Funsters Fun Factory (Up to 50% Off)

Little ones can let off steam for 30 minutes as they explore the trampoline park...

(was £15)
Paul Foots Tis A Pity Shes A Piglet: Seated Tickets from £13

See the TV personality and stand-up comedian during his first new live show in t...

(was £13)
Close-Quarter Self-Defence Workshop for One or Two at Forces Fitness (59% Off)

Learn about self-defence techniques such as disengagement or pressure point brea...

(was £95)
Steak Meal with Wine for Two or Four at The Bell

Up to four diners can enjoy sumptuous steak served with sides and complemented w...

(was £14)
7D Cinema Experience For Up to 20 Guests With Pizza and Drinks at 7D Cinema Wales

Guests can have the 7D experience thanks to a moving simulator platform, in addi...

(was £99)
Two-Day Keelboat Sailing Course for £200 at Swansea Water Sports (52% Off)

Take to the seas surrounding Swansea Bay with this two-day course, which include...

(was £420)


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Muslim teacher denied entry to US on school trip

Neath Port Talbot council writes to the US Embassy in London after a teacher on a school trip was denied entry to the country.

Defendant who slit own throat in court admits knife charge

A man who slit his own throat while in a dock awaiting sentence last month admits a further charge after hospital treatment.

Williams Syndrome: Rare genetic condition needs support

Rare genetic condition Williams Syndrome needs more support, a Swansea University professor warns.

Toenail clippings in Swansea hospital 'cabinet of curiosities'

A cabinet of curiosities containing toenail clippings dating back to the 1950s is to go on show at Swansea's Morriston Hospital.

Council 'first in Wales' to sign terminally ill staff charter

Neath Port Talbot council becomes the first organisation in Wales to sign a charter to secure the rights of terminally ill workers.

£95m for healthcare professionals' education and training

A £95m package is announced to support education and training programmes for healthcare professionals in Wales.

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