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Meet the Team

Rowan Williams

Lord Williams of Oystermouth was born in Swansea in 1950 and ordained into the Anglican Church. He then became the Bishop of Monmouth (1992-2002), Archbishop of Wales (2000-2002) before he was made the Archbishop of Canterbury (2002-2012). Currently Rowan serves as the Chancellor of the University of South Wales and the Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge University.  

Jean Thomas

Dame Jean Thomas, born in Treboeth is a Welsh biochemist, former Master of St Catharine’s College, Cambridge University. She earned her PhD with a thesis on Hydroxyl-carbonyl interaction in cyclic peptides and depsipeptides (1967). She currently serves as the Chancellor of Swansea University

Mike Hedges MS 

Mike Hedges is the Welsh Assembly Member for Swansea East (2011-Present). Previously Mike worked as a Senior Lecturer before becoming as a County Councillor where Mike served as a Cabinet Member and eventually Leader of Swansea Council. 

Lord Anderson

The Right Honourable Lord Anderson of Swansea was a Member of Parliament for thirty four years. He first served as the MP for Monmouth (1966-1970), before being elected in Swansea East (1974-2005). He is now a Member of the House of Lords. 

Mal Pope 

Mal Pope is a composer, singer who has written songs for Cliff Richard and the Hollies. He is probably most famous for composing and singing the theme tune for ‘Fireman Sam’ and ‘Super Ted’. His talk show ‘The Mal Pope Show’ won a number of Welsh BAFTA Awards. In 2019 Mal Pope write the musical ‘Calon Lan’ focusing on Evan Roberts and the 1904 Welsh Revival. 

Dianne Nelmes

Dianne Nelmes is often referred to as ‘The Queen of Daytime TV’ she helped to create shows such as ‘Loose Women’ and This Morning’. She was involved in the launching of ‘You’ve been Framed’ and ‘Richard and Judy’. In 1998 she was appointed the first ever Controller of Daytime Television at ITV. Currently she is the Managing Director of Liberty Bell, an independent documentary production company. 

Richard Moriarty

Richard Moriarty is the Former Welsh Rugby Captain, during his tenure as Captain they lost only once. Wales also came third in the Rugby World Cup to date their best performance. He has played for Wales on twenty three separate occasions. 


  • Byron Lewis, Lord Lt of Glamorgan

  • Phil Andrews, Local Musician. 

  • Roland Emmanuel, Local Musician

  • Lionel Hopkins, Deputy Lord Lt

  • John Walters, Cannon

  • Brian Jones, Retired Cannon 

  • Cllr Sam Pritchard, at Swansea Council

  • Cllr Jess Pritchard, at Swansea Council


  •  Caersalem Newydd Chapel

  • Treboeth Public Hall

  • The Kings Head Pub

  • Pen Y Bryn School

  • Flowers by Arrangement 

  • Morriston Rotary Club

  • Clase Primary School

  • Tirdeunaw School

  • Treboeth Women's Guild

  • Bishop Vaughan Comprehensive 

  • Bryntawe School

  • St Albans Church

  • The Bloomers

  • Gwyrosydd Primary School

  • Terry's One Stop Shop

  • 139 Creative

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