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Important Announcement – Cwmdonkin Park Easter Egg Hunt cancelled

We have been considering carefully whether to proceed with the proposed Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for Good Friday (10 April) – taking account of the Government’s  advice concerning Corona virus (Covid 19).  That advice is to avoid unnecessary contact with  other people and, specifically,  to steer clear of  large gatherings.   Bearing in mind that the Easter Egg Hunt has attracted hundreds of children (and their parents/carers) in previous years,  we have concluded that it would be irresponsible to proceed.  The event is therefore CANCELLED for the current year.

We apologise to everyone who was looking forward to the event, but the cancellation decision is unfortunately inevitable in order to protect visitors to the park. Other Friends of Cwmdonkin Park  events,  which are currently in the planning stage, will be reviewed over the next few weeks.

Hedley Austin
Acting Chair
Friends of Cwmdonkin Park

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We would love you to visit the park and admire its beauty. There are many activities, including playing tennis or basketball, enjoying the children’s play area or just taking a stroll around many of the paths in the park.  The Cwmdonkin Park Tea Room is unfortunately closed temporarily.

About Us

The Friends of Cwmdonkin Park exists to support the regeneration of Cwmdonkin Park and the surrounding area. It is a community group of local volunteers and its aim is to participate in local events and to raise funds in support of the project to regenerate this part of Swansea. The project, funded by Heritage Lottery and other funding, aims to improve access to the park, raise the standard of facilities and to replant and restore the park.

Because of the strong connection with Dylan Thomas, the Friends also see their role as supporting the initiatives surrounding the centenary of his birth in 2014 and beyond.

The Friends welcomes new members, both local and from all around the world. If you are interested in this wonderful park and in supporting its improvement and would like to join the Friends, then please click here to get in touch with us today.

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We would love to hear from you, whether you want to know more information about the park, if you have some interesting stories to tell or if you want to become a Friend.