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March 2024 press releases

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Be like Sharon and Theo and help change a child's life

A couple who have provided care and support for almost 40 children and young people since becoming foster carers with Foster Wales Swansea a decade ago are urging others to consider opening their homes to make a difference to young lives.

It's back! The RAF Typhoon is heading for Swansea

​​​​​​​The RAF's world-famous Typhoon jet is set to delight crowds at Swansea's Wales Airshow this summer.

Castle visitors enjoy new season at Oystermouth

Swansea's historic Oystermouth Castle is open for its spring and summer season.

Another play area upgraded in Swansea

Children in a Swansea community have been treated to a brand new play area.

Meet the traders at the heart of Swansea's transformed High Street

From vinyl, coffee and jewellery shops to restaurants, bars and art galleries, dozens of traders are at the heart of High Street's ongoing transformation in Swansea city centre.

Charities say food support is vital in cost of living crisis

Groups and charities working to combat food poverty in Swansea say grants are proving vital in helping them to keep people fed during the cost of living crisis.

Outdoor attractions reopen for Easter ahead of 2024 season

​​​​​​​A number of popular outdoor attractions have reopened in Swansea promising a new season of family fun.

Lifeguards back on duty this weekend

RNLI lifeguards funded in partnership with the council are due to be back on patrol on three popular Gower beaches this Saturday.

Nature recovery work set to get new action plan

A new action plan to help Swansea tackle the nature emergency is to be launched.

Thousands of illegal vapes discovered in disused WWII bunker in Swansea garden

Illegal vapes with a street value of more than £47,000 have been discovered in a disused WWII bunker in a garden in Swansea.

New hotel boost as Swansea's £1bn transformation continues

Some of the world's leading hotel developers and operators are being encouraged to invest in Swansea in a further boost for the city's ongoing transformation.

New all-weather pitch, canteen and community spaces set for primary school

Pupils at Townhill Primary School are set to benefit from an all-weather pitch, a new school dining area, kitchen and community facilities.
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