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April 2024 press releases

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Funding boost for more rural projects in Swansea

Protecting endangered species and reintroducing an historic flour mix for breadmaking are among the latest schemes in rural Swansea to get a funding boost.

Swansea Council has been congratulated by global environment assessors for the work it has done to improve the environment.

In 2022, the Council was the first UK council to achieve the One Planet Standard - recognising the work it does to reduce its overall ecological footprint.

Top marks for pupils at happy and friendly school

The behaviour of pupils attending a Welsh-medium primary in Swansea and their attitudes to learning are excellent, school inspectors have found.

Parents can get £100 cashback on reusable nappies

The cash offer is part of the Council efforts to encourage more use of reusable nappies and will also support the national 'Reusable Nappy Week' which runs between 22 - 28 April.

Business support roadshow heads for Penclawdd

Swansea's free business advice surgery is on the road again next week, with an event taking place in Penclawdd.

Key venues continue their bounceback from the pandemic

​​​​​​​VISITORS continue to flock to major leisure and destination venues supported by Swansea Council as staff there continue their bounceback from the pandemic.

New special school plans take another step forward

A new purpose-built school to significantly improve facilities and expand provision for pupils with additional learning needs and severe autism in Swansea has taken a further step-forward.

3G pitch a game changer for school and community

A new 3G pitch at Olchfa School is already proving a game changer for pupils and the wider community.

Albert Hall to reopen this summer!

Welsh company LoftCo are gearing up to reopen Swansea city centre's fantastic Albert Hall.

Community changing rooms and other projects get £2m boost

A green light's been given for up to £2m of investment in playing field changing rooms and other community projects.

Schools' maintenance investment approved

Schools are set to be the main beneficiaries of almost £3.8m of investment by Swansea Council and the Welsh Government in essential maintenance and building upgrades in the city during the coming year.
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