Landslide in Norton, Swansea: Residents offered advice

Emergency services have offered advice to residents after being called to a landslide behind homes in Swansea.

Fire and rescue crews were called to an area around Slade Gardens in Norton, Mumbles, but the incident was not considered a threat to homes.

The initial call was at 09:16 GMT on Saturday to reports of a landslide at the back of a property.

A spokesperson for Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service said the land now appeared to be stable.

"It was 40 metres from the house and presenting no danger," he said.

"We've been to have a look and provided advice. There's no threat to homes."

He said firefighters had been to homes in nearby Southlands Drive to "inform residents" what had happened.

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