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Llansamlet is the name of an electoral ward, a community and a suburb in the City and County of Swansea, South Wales.

The electoral ward consists of some or all of the following areas: Birchgrove, Glais, Heol Las, Llansamlet, Morriston, Peniel Green, Pentre-Dwr, Talycoppa and Trallwn and Winch-wen in the parliamentary constituency of Swansea East. The ward is bounded by Clydach to the north, Morriston to the west, Neath Port Talbot county borough to the east, and Bon-y-maen to the south.

The suburb of Llansamlet is the area where part of the Swansea Enterprise Park is located. Ruth Madoc, star of the TV show Hi-de-Hi! grew up here. The suburb has a large open moorland to the south where a large Asda store was once located. The moorland area has seen much new housing being developed there over the last decade.

Trallwn is a suburb to the east of the ward comprising a large housing estate and a local primary school. Just to the south of Trallwn is Pentre Dwr, a predominantly farming and rural area. There are a number of horse riding schools here.

Winsh-Wen (or Winch Wen) is located to the south west of the ward. It comprises mainly residential housing. It also has a small industrial estate, which is also know simply as Winsh-Wen. Located in the industrial estate are a number of factories and warehouses.

Llansamlet railway station, at Peniel Green is served by Swanline trains on the South Wales Main Line.

 The Fendrod
       Fendrod Way
       West Glamorgan
       SA7 9DG
       01792 701950

 Smiths Arms
       141 Samlet Road
       West Glamorgan
       SA7 9AQ
       01792 773270

 The Star Inn
       1-5 Peniel Green Road
       West Glamorgan
       SA7 9AP
       01792 410959

 Llansamlet Library
       242 Penial Green Road
       SA7 9BD
       01792 771652 
       Monday Closed
       Tuesday 9.00am-1.00am 2.00pm-6.00pm
       Wednesday 2.00pm-6.00pm
       Thursday Closed
       Friday 2.00pm-6.00pm 
       Saturday 9.00am-1.00pm
       Wheelchair Accessible, Hearing Loop


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