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October 2023 press releases

New community hub set for Maritime Quarter

A new hub is to be created in Swansea's Maritime Quarter to tackle isolation and help strengthen the local community.

Work starts on River Tawe pontoon

Work has started to install a boating pontoon at a key site of Swansea regeneration.

Residents urged to report anti-social behaviour

A new flyer promoting the many different ways residents in Swansea can report incidents of anti-social behaviour will be distributed throughout the city in the coming weeks.

Nature Recovery plan set to protect and enhance Swansea's Natural Environment

A long-term plan to help protect Swansea's natural environment has been approved.

Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance returns to the Brangwyn for 2023

City veterans helped launch this year's Poppy Appeal at the Brangwyn Hall on Thursday, October 19.

Community football clubs set to achieve ambitious goal

Three well-established community football clubs are set to take control of local facilities under plans agreed by Cabinet.

Council's finances remain on course despite pressures on services

Swansea Council's Cabinet has been a told that planned savings and prudent management of resources will see the council maintain its course and live within its means by the end of the financial year.

New report reveals how crucial tourism is to Swansea's economy

Swansea Council's new Destination Management Plan - presented to the council's ruling cabinet on October 19 - demonstrates the importance of the tourism industry to the local economy and how it supports businesses and employment across the area.

Business tips from axe-throwing entrepreneur

Start-up businesses and aspiring entrepreneurs in Swansea soon have the chance to be inspired by the man behind a city centre axe-throwing venture.

School wins award for inspiring greater use of Welsh

Pupils, staff and the wider community at a primary school in Swansea have seen lots of hard work pay-off after earning a silver award for encouraging greater use of the Welsh language both inside and outside the classroom.

Two much-loved charities benefit from Lord Mayor's fundraisers

TWO city-based charities are set to share in a £10,000 windfall thanks to fundraising efforts by former Lord Mayor, Cllr Mike Day.

Fuel and energy costs top poverty worries for residents

Fuel and energy prices, personal finances and the effect on people's wellbeing and relationships are the biggest areas of concern people in Swansea have over the impact of poverty.
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