North Bank, Town’s End

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15th April 2002

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Paul Townsend (visitors to will know him as Schwan) is originally from Newport but has been a full-on supporter of The Swans since going to university in the city in 1996. In his ever-decreasing spare time, he designs websites, plays football with other expats and writes/records songs under the name of Neuadd Sibly, some of which are related to the Swansea cause. He is currently working as a translator for a major software company in Germany, where he lives with his German wife, and collaborating with musicians all over the world via the Internet. If you would like to get in touch with him you can contact him or you can visit Paul’s web-site here

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