Wales Airshow (Swansea Bay and The Gower)
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The Wales Airshow is a free event held along the 8 km (5 mile) seafront between Mumbles and Swansea City.
With a backdrop of the beautiful Swansea Bay you will see a wide range of vintage planes and formal displays along with plenty of entertainment on the seafront.Date:6th July 2019-7th July 2019
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