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Dylan Thomas Centre staff to be redeployed

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Laura Chamberlain Laura Chamberlain | 12:26 UK time, Friday, 18 November 2011

Staff at the Dylan Thomas Centre have been told by Swansea City Council that they will be redeployed should planned changes for the venue go ahead.

The Dylan Thomas Centre. Image courtesy of Swansea City Council

The Dylan Thomas Centre. Image courtesy of Swansea City Council

The city council has said it is close to finalising a deal to lease the building to the University of Wales, in which most of the centre would become business space for creative companies though an exhibition dedicated to Dylan Thomas would remain.

Earlier this year more than 200 artists, authors and supporters of the centre, including Michael Sheen, Russell T Davies, Cerys Matthews and poet laureate Carol Ann Duffy, signed a letter expressing their concerns about its future use.

For more on the news read an article on the BBC Wales News website.


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