WE HOLD MONTHLY EVENING CONFERENCES - ALL WELCOME - NORMALLY FREE ADMISSION - DONATIONS WELCOME, ALSO HAVE SPECIAL DAY CONFERENCES. WE ALSO ORGANISE REGULAR SKY-WATCHES - ALL WELCOME - SEE OUR EVENTS PAGE FOR DETAILS AND CHECK OUT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE: SWANSEA UFO NETWORK FOR UPDATES
The aim of Swansea UFO Network is to investigate and collate reports of UFOs, and to educate, stimulate interest and debate the subject of UFOs and its many offshoots. To this end we hold regular public meetings, at which a varied programme of lectures and debates are presented. Everyone is welcome to attend these meetings which are currently held at The New Lodge , Alexandra Rd ,Gorseinon,Swansea SA4 4PE at 8 pm on the last Tuesday of every month. Admission is usually free, however we do ask for a donation.
We hold regular night time Sky-Watches at various venues around the South Wales area and arrange trips to lectures, meetings, and interesting sites throughout the UK.
From time to time we invite guest speakers to attend our meetings to give talks and we have recently played host to Ben Emlyn Jones, Gary Heseltine, David Hodrien, Alan Foster, Andrew Johnson, John Hanson, Ellis Taylor, David Cayton, Colin Woolford and Neil Spring.
We have a team of people that investigate UFOs and related phenomena in South Wales, both historic and recent having recorded hours of witness testimony in relation to the sighting reports that we've accumulated.
The club offers (discretely if requested) a reporting centre for any local UFO sightings, or alleged alien contacts or abduction incidents. Hypnosis/Regression is available if requested. For further details or to report an incident, please contact either Emlyn or Steve on one of the Telephone numbers, or email. See the contact page.
Emlyn Williams: researcher, investigator, presenter
Steve Drewson: researcher, investigator, presenter
Mike Maunder: Administrator, researcher, investigator, cameraman, tech guy .
Ellis Evans: Documentary film maker, editor, producer, graphics.
We also have several more helpers who do research but they wish to remain anonymous
pic courtesy of Simo Pukkinen