Swansea City's JCP Solicitors is one of the largest independent law firms in Wales, offering accessible legal services for individuals, property and businesses. They are founding sponsors of the Prize.
This family run centre is the place to stay in Swansea and Gower and offers self catering accommodation and a wide range of activities open to residents and non-residents. They are founding sponsors of the Prize.
Swansea is the birthplace of Dylan Thomas, the home of the Dylan Thomas Centre and Dylan Thomas Festivals and a strong cultural and literary tradition. Swansea Council have supported the Prize from its inception.
Neath Port Talbot has hosted a number of Prize events, not least in the magnificent Orangery at Margam Park, which has seen, amongst others, Hollywood actor and Port Talbot native Michael Sheen announce our longlist.
Trilein work with people to make great ideas a reality. Trilein are a founding supporter of the Prize and have assisted in the design and development of our business model and our DylanED community regeneration programmes.
The birth place of Dylan Thomas, 5 Cwmdonkin Drive has been extensively refurbished and returned to its condition in 1914. The house is available for tours, hosted events and on occasion, self catering stays.