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August 2022 press releases

New walking and cycling route reclaims old fly tipping hotspot

Swansea Council has transformed a hillside in the city, into an exciting and picturesque walking and cycling route.

Let's keep our beaches clean this summer

Beach-goers are being urged to do the right thing and take their rubbish home with them during the hot and sunny weather.

Fly tippers and litter bugs get fined in Swansea

Fly tippers, litter bugs and business that fail to manage their commercial waste have been issued with fixed penalty notices in Swansea.

Leading city politicians give their views on Penderyn progress

​​​​​​​Some of Swansea's most senior politicians have toured a regeneration scheme set to be a new attraction for a leading Welsh business.

New play area opens near seafront

A brand new play area complete with wheelchair accessible play equipment has been opened near to Swansea's seafront.

Castle Square: Public to have their say on final plans

​​​​​​​Swansea residents and businesses are being encouraged to have their say on final plans for a redeveloped, greener Castle Square.

Swansea globes going live this week

​​​​​​​The people of Swansea will be able to take a journey of discovery through a thought-provoking new public art trail from this week.

Library visitors set to take high-tech trip back in time

Visitors to Swansea Central Library will enjoy a remarkable look at the city's past this week - with a high-tech new style of storytelling.

Citizens and supporters praised for backing thousands of athletes

The residents of Swansea and Gower turned out in their thousands to enjoy a spectacular weekend of sport.

Alistair Brownlee among stars set for big weekend of Swansea sport

​​​​​​​Some of Britain's top triathletes and paratriathletes will be leading the way as Swansea hosts a weekend of top international sport.

City-wide bus shelter upgrade almost complete in Swansea

A set of environmentally friendly bus shelters are set to be installed along main public transport routes in Swansea later this month.

Vandals stealing water safety aids put lives at risk

Waterside vandals are persistently putting lives at risk after more than 70 rescue aids were stolen from their posts in the Marina and River Tawe area in just seven months.
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