<![CDATA[Wales.red - Croeso i Cymru Goch! - Wales News]]>Mon, 19 Feb 2018 23:48:23 -0100Weebly<![CDATA[Bomb Warning - Swansea shopping centre evacuated after suspicious package found - Man arrested]]>Wed, 24 May 2017 16:31:45 GMThttp://wales.red/1/post/2017/05/bomb-warning-swansea-shopping-centre-evacuated-after-suspicious-package-found-man-arrested.html South Wales Police take these matters very seriously and acknowledge the significant disruption caused to those in the city centre. We would like to thank people for their patience and understanding with regards to the evacuation.
While we ask people to be vigilant, we will take robust action against anyone who causes significant disruption through hoax activity.
Wales.red - Bomb Warning in Swansea - just 2 days, after the deadly bomb blast, at Manchester, South Wales Police say the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Swansea has been evacuated after reports of a suspicious package.
Swansea Bomb, Swansea, Bomb Warning in Swansea - just 2 days, after the deadly bomb blast, at Manchester, South Wales Police say the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Swansea has been evacuated,
Officers received reports of the package at the centre shortly before 2pm today.
South Wales Police says a man has been arrested and is in custody for 'hoax activity' following a bomb scare at the Quadrant Shopping Centre in Swansea.

Police had been called to the shopping centre earlier this afternoon after reports of a suspicious package.
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A spokesperson for the Quadrant Shopping Centre confirmed that staff were alerted to a security threat and the centre was evacuated.
Staff were alerted to a possible security threat, and as is procedure began a full evacuation of the centre.
Police are currently in attendance and as this is now an ongoing investigation we are not able to comment further at this time.
Updated may 24, 2017 - 
Part of he news by ITV / Part by Wales.red (c) Photo; Remo (Wales.red)

<![CDATA[WHICH AIR DISPLAYS ARE COMING TO WALES AIRSHOW 2017, Swansea?]]>Sun, 21 May 2017 20:57:43 GMThttp://wales.red/1/post/2017/05/which-air-displays-are-coming-to-wales-airshow-2017-swansea.html Source: Wales Airshow - The FREE Wales National Airshow returns to Swansea Bay on Saturday July 1 and Sunday July 2 2017.  In the coming weeks we’ll be revealing which air displays will be coming to what is becoming Wales’ biggest outdoor event.
In 2016 displays included the Red Arrows, the Eurofighter Typhoon, the Bronco Demo Team, Static Chinook, Team Yakovlevs, Team Raven, the Tigers Parachute Display Team, Gerald Cooper (Extreme), the MiG15, BBMF, The Royal Navy Black Cats and B17 Sally B. Plus a whole host of ground displays and family entertainment.

We’ll be announcing news of each display team as they are confirmed this year so stay tuned via our social media accounts and sign up to our mailing list to make sure you’r kept in the loop! (da loop :-)).
Confirmed so far:

  • The Red Arrows
  • Typhoon Eurofighter
  • The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight
  • Sea Vixen
  • Tigers Parachute Display Team
  • Gyro Air Displays Team

<![CDATA[Wales Airshow, Swansea bay 2017 - BATTLE OF BRITAIN MEMORIAL FLIGHT – CONFIRMED!]]>Wed, 05 Apr 2017 21:00:48 GMThttp://wales.red/1/post/2017/04/wales-airshow-swansea-bay-2017-battle-of-britain-memorial-flight-confirmed.html Source: Wales Airshow - THREE iconic aircraft from yesteryear will bring history to life at the Wales Airshow this summer.

The RAF’s Battle of Britain Memorial Flight has been added to the line-up for this year’s free event, which takes place on the weekend of Saturday July 1 and Sunday July 2.

Made up of an Avro Lancaster, a Supermarine Spitfire and a Hawker Hurricane, the display group is regularly seen at events commemorating the Second World War. The Battle of Britain Memorial Flight has also taken part in several British state occasions, including the Queen’s 80th birthday celebrations in 2006 and Prince William’s wedding in 2011.

Run by Swansea Council, this year’s Wales Airshow is being sponsored by Swansea University.

Other aircraft to have already confirmed their participation include the RAF’s Red Arrows and Typhoon display teams.

Frances Jenkins, Swansea Council’s Strategic Manager for Culture, Tourism, Marketing and Events, said:

“There’s a huge element of nostalgia involved with these type of events and we are delighted that we’re now able to confirm the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight’s participation in this July’s, Wales Airshow.

“Combining with modern aircraft, cutting-edge aerobatic displays and ground-based entertainment, this display is among many that hundreds of thousands of spectators will soon be enjoying in the skies above Swansea.

“More aircraft will be confirmed over the coming weeks as we continue to develop the programme for this major event that’s worth more than £1m to the city’s economy.”

This summer marks the third consecutive year for the Wales Airshow in Swansea.

<![CDATA[Welcome to our news pages!]]>Fri, 08 Jul 2016 20:55:55 GMThttp://wales.red/1/post/2016/07/welcome-to-our-news-pages.htmlYou`ll find here, from time to time tourism news updates related to Wales.
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