July 2016 press releases
Hundreds of Swansea people will soon be enjoying a better standard of living as a multi-million pound housing improvement scheme nears completion.
Essential improvement works being carried out at Clyne Court mean the Sketty/Gower District Housing Office based there will be closed for a week.
Stars of sport, stage, screen and local communities are to be honoured for their contribution to the life of our city at the first ever Lord Mayor's Honours on July 29.
Nominations for the 2016 High 5 awards close on July 22nd so everyone in the city is being urged to get online to give a child or young person the life changing chance of winning.
MORE than 60 violinists from the same year in a Swansea school are to gather at the city's Cathedral to celebrate the success of an innovative music project.
HUNDREDS of services which touch the lives of thousands of residents every day were delivered within Swansea Council's budget over the last 12 months, a report to Cabinet next week shows.
Over 1,500 young people in Swansea have taken part in a super survey and are helping shape services across the city for generations to come.
A Swansea school where pupils are sung rather than shouted into line has become the first Welsh-medium primary school in Wales to receive a special Unicef UK Award.