To PC Anthony Davies, Clydach Police Station:
This car has been parked nearly on the junction (within about one metre) most of yesterday and all night. It is owned by 48 Rhyddwen Road. Your 101 Unit will send out police to ask the owner to move it and not park there again. If he does, he becomes a habitual offender. I was also told by your 101 Unit that trespassing on the Newlands Estate is a matter for Swansea County Council, not for the police. Accordingly I will ask the Council once again to ask the owners to remove these cars. I will ask the Council whether or not I have the right to block access on behalf of the Newlands Estate. At present my house, that of the Armiger, is surrounded by illegally parked cars. These should not be parking there at all, and should be removed. Habitual offenders ignore police request and are open to being given a parking ticket if there were any Wardens here, or simply charged. The “disputed” land is certainly the land of the Newlands Estate as pointed out by Mayda Thomas of Messrs Peter Lynn and Partners, a vastly experienced firm of solicitors and experts in adverse possession. It is inappropriate to have the Armiger’s residence surrounded by illegally parked cars. I have blocked the attempt at adverse possession and the matter is very likely to go to a Lands Tribunal to which I will show evidence of ownership by the Newlands Estate (currently my sister Gwenydd and I, my first cousins Lynwen and Huw, and in fifth part ONLY, Ellis Williams, the latter is not, and never was, in sole possession). These are the five great grandchildren of William Newlands – the Newlands Estate.
Arglywdd Glyn Tawe a Gw^yr,
Lord of Glyn Tawe and Gower
(my chosen armigerous title as a member of the Gentry of Wales, conveyed to the College of Arms in London, which has no objection to the title)”
Oh dear, Ron, it is almost as if your subjects have no respect for your coat-of-arms. What are you going to do if some other social-climber (perhaps a non-Welsh incomer) decides to fork out a few thousand for his own coat-of-arms? You would then be just an armiger and not the armiger. The serfs also seem to have no respect for your lordly status nor for your vast lordly estate; perhaps they jealously choose to see only a small garden. Perhaps you would earn more academic respect, at least, if you put up a large sign to show that it is also the AIAS campus.