On May 20, crowds who had gathered for a vigil in Mayhill erupted, sending a burning car rolling down Waun Wen Road, and smashing the windows of locals.
An independent joint review has been set up as part of measures to support community following the incident led by a three-member panel chaired by a QC, Prof Elwen Evans, alongside vice-chairs, police expert Martin Jones, and local government expert Jack Straw.
Just one road over from there the community in Mayhill has come together on a typical on again off again rainy day.
People from all over the community have come to stalls from all sorts of community programmes including Y Fan Gyrsiau, The School Nursing Service, Citizens Advice, Swansea Working, Safer Swansea, Unity in the community, the Chinese in Wales Association, Be Fearless Anti-Knife Crime org, and the mobile police station who all have fantastic fun for kids as well as great information about their services as well as help available for those who need it.
There were also appearances from characters from Paw Patrol, a fantastic bouncy castle and bouncy playground and of course our Labour Party stall.
Kids had a great time playing football in the field, trying out the boxing and their parents could learn a lot about the services available to them.