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March 2023 press releases

Schools set to benefit from £8m maintenance fund

Schools are set to be the main beneficiaries of almost £8m investment by Swansea Council and the Welsh Government in essential maintenance and building upgrades in the city during the coming year.

Arena welcomed close to 240,000 visitors in first year

Close to 240,000 visitors have enjoyed Swansea Arena since it first opened to the public a year ago.

Council worker Keith praised for bravery after Morriston explosion rescue

A council worker who was the first person to enter the remains of a house to rescue a family after a devastating explosion in Morriston on Monday has been hailed for his bravery.

Literature stars heading for Swansea libraries

Acclaimed individuals from the world of literature are on their way to Swansea Council libraries this month.

Appeal launched to support households after Morriston explosion

An emergency appeal has been launched for households impacted by the devastating explosion in Morriston on Monday.

Morriston explosion: Services & community praised

EMERGENCY services, residents and the wider community have been praised for the unprecedented support they've given to those affected by the Morriston gas blast.

Language barrier comes down as authors present prizes

A Swansea author and illustrator couple have delighted children thanks to a competition run by Swansea Council's libraries service.

Guided tour chance for Kingsway development site

A guided tour of a Kingsway development site is being organised to encourage local children to consider careers in construction, engineering or design and technology.

Cooper has a nose for sniffing out illegal tobacco products

They say a dog can be your best friend and that's certainly the case when you are trading standards officers on the hunt for illegal tobacco products.

Swansea park to be named after pioneering businesswoman

Swansea's coastal park is to be named the Amy Dillwyn Park in memory of one of the city's most accomplished novelists and businesswomen.

Ceremony celebrates play and childcare heroes

The incredible work carried out by Swansea's highly skilled childcare and play workforce has been recognised at an evening of glitz and glamour at The Brangwyn Hall.

Libraries playing their part as Swansea Spaces

Swansea's public libraries have been playing their part in making sure there are warm and welcoming places for people to go this winter.
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