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February 2023 press releases

New heritage project worth £9.4m a year to Swansea

A major new project that will improve parts of Hafod-Morfa Copperworks, The Strand and Swansea Museum will be worth an estimated £9.4m a year to the city's economy.

Pupils taking part in fun walk to school challenge

Three primary schools in Swansea are taking part in a fun challenge aimed at encouraging more pupils to walk, scoot and cycle to school to improve their health and reduce congestion and pollution outside of the school gates.

Music and entertainment lined up for free festival

A packed line-up of music and entertainment has been announced for a free Swansea festival taking place from tomorrow.

New dunes planned to help keep wind-blown sand at bay

Work is starting on environment-friendly improvements on Swansea beach to help keep shifting sands at bay.

Drone footage shows Kingsway project progress

New drone footage shows how the 71/72 Kingsway development in Swansea now looks as construction of a major office development continues to make progress on site.

Revealed! The Swansea Sports Awards shortlist

A wide variety of high-performing community and high-profile sports people and organisations have been shortlisted for the 2022 Swansea Sports Awards.

Top chefs to share tips for success at free Swansea festival

If food's your thing, head on down to this week's free Croeso Festival in Swansea city centre.

Welsh firm picks up key Swansea regeneration contract

​​​​​​​A South Wales firm is one of the first to benefit from a key regeneration project in Swansea city centre.

National moment of reflection for Ukraine

A minute's silence will be held at council venues at 11 am tomorrow as a national moment of reflection to mark one year since Russia invaded Ukraine.

Skatepark opening welcomed by Swansea Council

Swansea Council has welcomed the opening of the Mumbles Skatepark.

Long-serving group boosts Lord Mayor's charities

One of Swansea's longest-serving community organisations has been celebrating its 90th anniversary with a fundraising gift for the city's Lord Mayor charities.

Vital services to get millions more in cash support

Swansea Council is set to invest tens of millions of pounds extra this year in vital services that touch the lives of city residents every day.
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