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January 2023 press releases

Highways teams in Swansea tackle winter pothole problem

Hundreds of potholes caused by bad weather have been repaired by highways maintenance teams in Swansea

Swansea's £1bn transformation continues into 2023 and beyond

A new Penderyn whisky visitor attraction and a state-of-the-art city centre office development with space for 600 tech workers are among the Swansea projects set for completion in 2023.

Lots on offer to keep older people active in 2023

There are lots of activities on offer for older people looking to get out of the house, be active and socialise during 2023 thanks to Swansea Council's partnership and involvement team.

New fresh milkshake vending machines arrive in city centre

A fresh milkshake vending machine business that made UK-wide headlines for innovation during the pandemic now has a new base in Swansea city centre.

Retained access part of Kilvey Hill leisure destination proposals

Access to Kilvey Hill in Swansea will be retained and improved as part of proposals to develop a major new leisure destination there.

Fixed penalty warning for fly-tippers

HOUSEHOLDERS in Swansea could face a £300 fixed penalty notice for arranging for someone to take away their waste who then ends up illegally dumping it.

How council is helping reduce city centre crime and anti-social behaviour

Licensing policies and guidelines that help keep people safe in Swansea's thriving night-time economy are set for a major review.

School pupils help inspire classmates to enjoy sport

More than 100 Swansea school pupils have been trained to encourage classmates to get active - and improve their health.

Swansea residents urged to hit the trail for new year fun

People across Swansea are being encouraged to hit the trail to enjoy their local area.

Youngsters enjoy four new play areas

New play areas in four Swansea communities have been opened with another four opening soon as part of a £5m city-wide upgrade of facilities.

Couple sentenced for selling illegal tobacco

FRAUDSTERS are being warned there's no hiding place in Swansea for people selling illegal and potentially dangerous tobacco.

Library membership can save residents money

Swansea residents looking to save money are being reminded of the benefits of free library membership as the cost of living crisis starts to take hold.
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