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February 2023 press releases

Huge investment planned for major projects in coming year

Tens of millions of pounds is being invested in schools, homes, city communities and landmark projects in the coming year including Castle Square Gardens, 71/72 Kingsway and sea defences for Mumbles.

Thousands set to get cost of living windfall

THOUSANDS of households who have not yet benefited from the Cost of Living support scheme could get a windfall of up to £150 in the coming months.

Litter louts blamed for cluttering roadside verges with rubbish

Drivers using a number of busy roads and dual carriageways may face closures in the coming weeks, thanks to the thoughtless few who think it is OK to dump litter on roadside verges.

Anchor projects approved for £38.4m funding package

Communities and places, local businesses and people and skills throughout Swansea will soon benefit from a £38.4m boost.

Thousands making most of cost of living website

Thousands of people are continuing to use Swansea Council's one-stop-shop cost of living help website every week.

Seven things to do in Swansea this half term

With half-term - February 20-24 - fast approaching Swansea residents are being urged to try out some of the city's many free trails.

Swansea Space bringing people together and breaking down barriers

An organisation that works to support people from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic communities in Swansea is one of more than 70 groups to have secured funding towards running safe, warm, and welcoming places that people can go this winter.

All Year One pupils in Swansea to be offered free school meals

All Year One pupils attending schools in Swansea will be offered free school meals when classes resume after the February half-term break.

Welsh-themed fun set for city centre

A two-day festival is coming to Swansea with some big-name chefs, live music and a lot of fun.

EV charger mileage enough to reach the moon

COUNCIL-owned electric vehicle chargers have helped motorists complete more than 280,000 miles of net zero driving since the first set were installed in 2020.

This winter one of the busiest for Swansea gritting teams

Swansea Council's winter gritting crews have hit the road again this week following a return to frosty conditions across the region.

Pupils make strong progress at school with kind and positive ethos

Pupils make strong progress at a primary school in Swansea where they enjoy their learning and develop their skills, according to inspectors.
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