August 2022 press releases
A free afternoon of live music, activities and socialising aimed at those aged 50 and over is taking place on Swansea Beach on Wednesday (August 10).
BUDDING artists of all ages are getting the chance to come together and learn new skills in a packed summer programme at Glynn Vivian Art Gallery.
More than 250 people looking for work have been supported by a new Swansea employment programme.
Families are being invited to pack a picnic and head to Oystermouth Castle for an afternoon of live theatre fun for all ages.
When Nic Beggs dives into the Prince of Wales Dock to start his IRONMAN 70.3 Swansea triathlon with a 1.2-mile swim, he'll be cheered on by at least seven close relatives.
Three new archways are now open to better link Swansea city centre with the sea.
Only 60 years ago part of the Lower Swansea Valley was a post-industrial wasteland.
Athletes from Swansea and other parts of South Wales have been busy preparing for a great sporting week now starting in the city.
Swansea library staff are at the forefront of a unique new storytelling experience coming to the city this month.
The price of school meals has been frozen in Swansea for another year to help parents and carers with the cost of living crisis.
Early ideas on potential rail and bus service improvements for passengers throughout the Swansea Bay City Region have been discussed.