More than 150 Swansea people celebrating 50th birthdays and wedding anniversaries enjoyed a special garden party.
The events, held at the historic Mansion House in Ffynone, are part of celebrations commemorating the key dates back in 1969 that turned Swansea from a town to a city.
On July 3, 1969 HRH the Prince of Wales came to Swansea to announce Swansea had been awarded city status. And on December 10, 1969 the Royal Charter conferring city status on Swansea was issued.
Lord Mayor of Swansea, Peter Black said: “I wanted to mark both occasions by inviting people living in Swansea celebrating their 50th birthdays or 50th wedding anniversaries between those two dates to come and enjoy some hospitality at the Mansion House.
“Around 70 people attended on Saturday, and a further 60 people on Sunday.
“As Lord Mayor I’ve been proud to be involved in a large number of celebrations so far this year. These garden parties are just the latest way our communities can come together to enjoy what is a special year for our city.”