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December 2022 press releases

Take the plunge at Wales National Pool

SWANSEA'S Wales National Pool is encouraging people to take the plunge and try out some Olympic-length swimming as a New Year treat.

Join in the festive fun at new community hub

There is an open invitation to a free community Christmas Party in Dyfatty

Always a bed for rough sleepers during the cold weather

Every rough sleeper in Swansea is being offered a bed this winter if they want one, the Council has pledged.

Panto star Kevin Johns gets freedom of the city

SWANSEA panto stalwart Kevin Johns MBE has been awarded the Honorary Freedom of the City.

Investment plan approval means £132m funding boost for region

Many thousands of residents and businesses throughout South West Wales will benefit from a funding boost worth £132m over the next three years.

Festive fun on your doorstep as city celebrates

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Swansea.

Plan to make council net zero set to cost £187m

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

Employment hub pops-up at new home

Swansea's hugely successful Pop-Up Employment Hub has moved to a new location in the Quadrant Shopping Centre but is still providing people with all the support they need.

Hundreds at event to bring Christmas cheer to those in need

Hundreds of people attended a special event today that brought a bit of festive cheer to those in Swansea who are vulnerable, isolated or at risk of homelessness.

Fund invests £27m in pandemic recovery projects

Close to £27m has been invested in projects to help Swansea recover from the economic impact of the pandemic.

Swansea achieves UK first in new ecology standard

​​​​​​​Swansea Council has become the first UK council to receive recognition against the One Planet Standard for the work it's doing to reduce its ecological footprint.

There's still time to claim a £200 fuel support payment

Tens of thousands of families in communities across Swansea have benefited from millions of pounds in grants and other payments to help them through the cost of living crisis.
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