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October 2023 press releases

City's past helps create a better future

Eye-catching reminders of Swansea's past are playing a new role in helping people to live well with dementia.

Saturday, October 28 - Spooks in the City

The popular Spooks in the City event makes a welcome return on Saturday, October 28.

New app launched to benefit Swansea residents and businesses

A new Swansea residents rewards app has been launched, giving access to offers in shops and restaurants and information about what's on in Swansea city centre.

City on track to install 300 life-saving defibs

Swansea is on track to have 300 new life-saving defibrillators in place in communities across the city by the end of the year.

Adoption has brought "whirlwind of adventure" for new mum

A Swansea woman says her life has become a "wonderful whirlwind full of adventures" since she adopted a young daughter.

New fly-through video showcases landmark Swansea office scheme

A stunning new fly-through video of a landmark office development in Swansea city centre has been released.

New report reveals economic value of tourism to our city

A new report reveals how crucial tourism is to Swansea's economy.

Council making good progress on balancing budget

INFLATION, soaring energy costs and rising demand for services for vulnerable people are putting pressure on Swansea Council's finances, Cabinet will hear next week.

Monthly surgeries to help support Swansea businesses

From information on business support to help with funding applications, new monthly surgeries for businesses will soon be starting in Swansea.

Praise for social services staff touching the lives of residents every day

Outstanding work by Swansea Council's social work teams supporting the most vulnerable in our communities has been praised by Cabinet Members.

Milestone reached in canal regeneration

Swansea Canal Society has reached a major milestone in its work to regenerate the historic Swansea Canal.

Social services teams rise to challenge of increasing demand for support

Our city's social services teams are rising to the challenge of increasing demand for social care and support for vulnerable children and families in the post-pandemic era.
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