SOUTH Wales Police have reported that it broke up the gathering of 200 young people at Bishops Woods near Caswell Bay on Gower on Friday evening.
Ch.Insp James Ratti thanked some of the young people who had helped officers clean up rubbish left after the Bishops Woods party and the special constables who “gave up their weekend evenings to assist us with these patrols”.
The police also indicated that it had been a busy weekend of incidents across Swansea county saying that officers issued nine dispersal notices in the city centre, seized alcohol from young people in Bishopston, and stopped a car that was being driven in an antisocial manner near Mumbles.
Ch Insp James Ratti added: “It is disappointing that people are continuing to commit antisocial behaviour and breach the Covid-19 legislation, which is in place to keep us all safe.
“We would urge parents to take an active interest in what their young people are up to and help us by educating them in how their behaviour can affect others and put themselves and others at risk.”