DYLAN THOMAS – a full celebration

One of the twentieth century’s most evocative and loved poets – Dylan Thomas – was born in Swansea in 1914. So his centenary year has now passed with celebrations in Swansea and the two Welsh towns where he spent the most time – Laugharne in Carmarthenshire and Newquay on the coast of Ceredigion ( Cardiganshire if you prefer ). In this guide Tim follows a Dylan walk through Laugharne with the man, who has almost single-handedly marked the poet’s connection with the town, Bob Stevens. Tim also heads for Newquay where Dylan lived briefly during World War II and then to Swansea to visit his birthplace and other places that now commemorate his work. This guide runs to 37 minutes