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New video shows stunning autumn colours at city parks

Here's a video that shows autumn colours coming through at two of Swansea's stunning parks.

Clyne Gardens in autumn

Clyne Gardens in autumn

Cwmdonkin Park and Clyne Gardens are among dozens of parks and green spaces where families and visitors can enjoy the great outdoors across the city.

They're among many free places run by Swansea Council that people can visit to help save money as the cost of living crisis starts to take hold.

Cllr Robert Francis-Davies, Cabinet Member for Investment, Regeneration and Tourism at the council, said: "We know many residents and families will be worried about the cost of living crisis, so we're doing all we can to support them.

"As well as the financial support we're providing through the Welsh Government to help people with their fuel bills this winter, we also have so many beautiful parks and outdoor spaces that families can enjoy for free.

"With the autumn colours starting to come through, it's a great time to visit our parks - whether it's to entertain the children for a few hours or take in some fresh air on a walk to recharge your batteries and boost your spirits.

"Our parks are among many places in Swansea where people can make the most of free or low-cost activities. These are all included on the council's one-stop-shop cost of living help website, that also includes sections on mental health support and potential funding available for eligible households."

Since the cost of living help website went live in September, it's already attracted over 40,000 page views. Other sections of the website include information on help to find work and details on expert, independent organisations that provide free advice on debt support.

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Last modified on 27 October 2022