November 2021 press releases
Every rough sleeper in Swansea is being offered a bed if they want one, the Council has pledged.
Swansea Arena has been sparkling in recent days as early lighting tests continue at the venue.
Pupils from Swansea's Pentrehafod Comprehensive School have visited the city's Copr Bay phase one development to see progress on site with their own eyes.
Business leaders in Swansea have welcomed the imminent start of works on a major new office development on The Kingsway.
A new link made of up three archways is being constructed as part of Swansea's emerging Copr Bay district.
New anti-social behaviour rules will help Swansea city centre become a more welcoming place to live in, work in and visit from December 1.
Swansea Arena has announced Royal Blood and Jersey Boys as the latest shows to soon go on sale.
SWANSEA is set to be a Queen's Green Canopy Champion City as part of celebrations of the monarch's Platinum Jubilee.
Swansea Council's Glynn Vivian Art Gallery has become the first in the UK to be awarded the accolade Art Gallery of Sanctuary.
Construction work will start later this month on a major new office development at the former Oceana nightclub site in Swansea.
Thousands of residents and visitors turned out for Swansea's annual Christmas parade on November 21.
Residents and visitors looking forward to attending Swansea's annual Christmas parade on November 21 are being urged to plan ahead.
COMMUNITY groups and organisations across Swansea are being urged to help make it a Winter of Wellbeing for children and young people in our communities keeping them busy and active.
Swansea Council's award-winning pension fund has cut its carbon footprint by almost 60% and aims to go all the way to net carbon zero in the coming years.
Three eye-catching road rainbows will add colour and further vibrancy to Wind Street, Swansea's emerging new all-day destination.
Seven projects that improve health and wellbeing through friendship and activities have shared £25,000 in funding from Swansea Council.
Hundreds of people are gaining valuable experience in the workplace thanks to two Swansea Council initiatives that help them find work.
Seats are now being installed inside Swansea Arena's auditorium as construction of the city's new Copr Bay district continues to make progress.
Marine Energy Wales has welcomed the announcement of the proposed £1.7bn Blue Eden project in Swansea.
A modern way to guide young people to advice or support and to help keep them safe is being used along Swansea's seafront and the Marina.
CITY armed forces veterans are being urged to take advantage of a Veterans' Fund set up by the Council.
Visitors heading for this year's Christmas parade on November 21 will be able to get there by bus for free as #FreeRideSwansea returns for the festive season.
Our city will fall silent for two minutes on November 14 as the nation remembers the sacrifices made by the armed forces in conflict around the world.
A survey on the council's drive to make the area net zero carbon revealed an overwhelming local public demand for action on climate change.
Swansea Council is seeking to be the first Welsh council to receive accreditation for the work it's doing to reduce its overall ecological footprint.
Rugby and football clubs across Swansea are being asked to join the council in marking White Ribbon Day on Thursday November 25.
There is not long left for people to have their say on plans to continue to grow the number of Welsh speaking young people in Swansea.
People and organisations who want to help Swansea tackle the climate emergency can now publicly express their aims on a new web page.
The many people looking forward to attending Swansea's spectacular annual fireworks show on November 12 are being urged to plan ahead.
Two more stars have been added to Swansea Arena's line-up for 2022.
Public views have helped create detailed proposals for new sea defences that will help protect Mumbles for decades to come.
Scores of community play areas across Swansea are set for upgrades in the coming months.
Residents are being asked to share their thoughts on Human Rights and what the priorities should be as Swansea works to become the first Human Rights City in Wales.
IRONMAN announced today that it will add a brand-new event to its 2022 global race calendar with the IRONMAN® 70.3® Swansea triathlon. The inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Swansea triathlon will take place on Sunday, August 7, 2022 with general registration opening on November 16, 2021 at 2pm GMT.
Residents are being urged to attend organised fireworks displays rather than light up their own this Bonfire Night season.
Electric vehicle charging points are soon being installed in Swansea's emerging new £135m Copr Bay phase one district as a drive to make the scheme as eco-friendly as possible gathers more pace.
An award-winning company appointed to lead a £750m redevelopment of several sites in Swansea has been described as 'synonymous' with Manchester's success.
Swansea's £1.7bn Blue Eden project will have major benefits for local supply chain businesses and the city's shops, restaurants, hotels and pubs.
The people of an historic Swansea area are to take a big step forward - by taking a colourful step back.
University leaders in Swansea are hailing the £1.7bn Blue Eden development as a transformational project that will secure the city's standing as a globally significant centre for innovation in renewable energy.