As its name might suggest, The Bank Statement used to be a bank. It’s now a Wetherspoon pub.
The pub is situated half way up/down Wind Street, a notorious street that forms the epicentre of Swansea’s nightlife.
Due to it’s low prices, The Bank Statement is often the first point of call for cheap, pre-club drinks.
The pub’s interior is one of dark painted furniture and red patterned carpets and there’s a second bar and dance floor area at the rear.
I had hardly taken a sip from my pint of Brains when I spotted a middle-aged bloke with short, greyish hair and wearing a black, leather bomber jacket.
I explained to him about what I was doing and he gave the assemblage a £0.50p coin and then sent me to see anyone at Swansea’s oldest pub: Cross Keys 1332.