Cwmbwrla is a residential suburb falling within the Cwmbwrla ward of The City & County of Swansea. Located about 1 mile (1.5 km) north of Swansea city centre. It is predominantly a residential area with just a few local convenience stores. The terrain here is mainly undulating and is set high above sea level. The community does not have a community council.The electoral ward consists of some or all of the following settlements: Brondeg, Brynhyfryd, Cwmbwrla, Cwmdu, Gendros and Manselton, in the parliamentary constituency of Swansea East.

Swansea East General Election 2017:Carolyn Harris Labour

The ward is bounded by the wards of Cockett to the west; Castle and Townhill to the south; Landore to the east; and Penderry and Mynydd-Bach to the north. For the purposes of local elections, Cwmbwrla is broken down into the following polling districts: Manselton South, Cwmdu, Manselton North and Brynhyfryd. The ward returns  3 councillors to thecounty & City of Swansea council.

Local Council Elections 2012:Peter Black LibDems. Chris Holley LibDems . Graham Thomas LibDems


 Swansea East is a constituency. the It elects one  Member by the first past the post method.

Swansea East Election 2016:Mike Hedges MS Labour

Also, however, it is one of seven constituencies in the South Wales West electoral region, which elects four additional members, in addition to seven constituency members, to produce a degree of proportional representation for the region as a whole. South Wales West: Aberavon · Bridgend · Gower · Neath · Ogmore · Swansea East ·Swansea West

 Assembly Election(South Wales West)2016:Caroline  Jones MS Brexit Party


Local Amenities A day centre for mental health services Cwmbwrla Park, situated north of Swansea city centre is a great spot for stretching your legs and walking the dog. With several large field spaces, a children's play area and other activity pitches this park can keep the whole family entertained. Facilities• Multi use games area,• Children's play area, Adventure trail Directions:Heading out of the City along Carmarthen Road, take 3rd exit at Cwmbwrla Roundabout onto Pentregethin Road. Take 4th left onto Maesglas Road.  Park is on left. Morfa Stadium was an athletics stadium in the Landore area of Swansea Live at Morfa Stadium is a 1999 DVD released by Welsh Rock trio, Stereophonics. The DVD features live recordings from a concert at Morfa Stadium from July 31, 1999.. It has now been demolished it was home to Swansea Harriers Athletics Club.  Morfa Stdium staged Welsh and British athletics championships as well as many pop concerts and other entertainment The land is occupied by the Morfa Retail Park & The Liberty Stadium,  now home to Swansea City's Premier League football Club & Ospreys Regional rugby teams.  Opened in 2005

The completed Liberty Stadium has a capacity of 20,000 .It will also continue to host large scale music and entertainment events.  The design of the stadium was very important as it has not only had to cater for two different kind of sports, but needs to be suitable for many other uses.Work began on the building at the start of 2004 and was successfully completed in time for the start of the 2005-06 football and rugby seasons.  The opening game took place in the stadium between Swansea City and Fulham on 23/7/2005.