November 2023 press releases
City schools supporting pupils with additional learning needs (ALN) are getting a near £1.5m cash windfall thanks to a Welsh Government grant.
FREE buses are returning to Swansea from this weekend to help families through the cost of living crisis this Christmas.
COMMUNITIES from across Swansea and South Wales will be coming together next week to celebrate the achievements of the Windrush generation.
Healthy meals and cooking on a budget are fun lessons that will on the table for pupils and their families at Penclawdd Primary School.
Shoppers heading into Swansea city centre this Christmas can travel on buses for free every Saturday and Sunday during November and December.
People across Swansea are showing their appreciation for the city's highly skilled childcare and play workforce by nominating their heroes for Swansea's Early Year's Celebration 2024.
The installation of a boating pontoon at a key site of Swansea regeneration has been welcomed by groups that use the city's River Tawe.
Some treasures from the vaults of Swansea Council's libraries service will go on public display this week.
Workers on the council project to bring new life to Swansea's historic Palace Theatre building have welcomed school pupils to the site.
Thank you to all those who participated in Remembrance commemorations for those who have served their country and those who continue to serve their country in our armed forces.
SWANSEA Council has agreed to renew its policy not to issue casino licenses in the city
SWANSEA Council is consulting local residents on the Council Tax Reduction scheme.