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Bank holiday information - May

Bank holiday information for our services, including opening times and emergency contacts. All recycling collections will take place on the usual days.

December 2022 press releases

Consultation on council budget due to start in the New Year

Swansea Council's Cabinet has agreed to go out to consultation on a programme of investment that will see an average £1.9m a day spent on key services like schools, care and community services next year.

Sketty schoolgirl creates winning Christmas Card for Lord Mayor

A Parklands Primary pupil is celebrating after her design was chosen to be featured on the Lord Mayor of Swansea's official Christmas Card.

Swansea Sports Awards: Last call for nominations!

Community sports heroes are being nominated for the latest Swansea Sports Awards.

Lord Mayor celebrates newly-crowned pool champions

Swansea's Lord Mayor Mike Day was right on cue to help a team of world-class pool players celebrate championship success.

Groups can apply for extra food poverty funding

There is another chance for community groups and charities that support people in Swansea facing food poverty to apply for funding.

Bargains to be had ahead of Christmas at city Recycling shop

Residents in Swansea can grab a bargain for Christmas at the city's main Recycling Centre.

Plan to make council net zero approved

​​​​​​​Swansea Council is to introduce a plan that will help it go net zero carbon by 2030.

Extra £2.5m investment in school kitchens

An extra £2.5m is set to be spent improving school kitchens and updating equipment as Swansea works to expand the free school meal offer to all primary school pupils.

Extra investment for fixing roads and tackling flooding in Swansea approved

Roads in need of repair in Swansea are set to benefit from an additional £1million investment this year.

Grants available to boost diverse communities

Small grants are now available to community groups and charities that develop safe spaces and events for diverse communities in Swansea and Neath Port Talbot.

Swansea declared Wales' first Human Rights City

Swansea has become Wales' first Human Rights City following a year of action to recognise their importance to the lives of all residents and organisations.

Electric vehicle owners can go on the charge as they shop

Electric vehicle owners will have the chance to charge their cars while they're at the shops or on a trip to the beach.
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