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February 2022 press releases

Extra funds help to support city's foodbanks

Twenty-two charities and community groups providing crisis support to people facing food poverty have received funding from Swansea Council.

Council set to continue support of Slip Bridge group

​​​​​​​Swansea Council is set to continue working with supporters of the city's Slip Bridge to help them in their wish to bring new life to the structure.

Swansea Council stands in solidarity with Ukraine

A joint Emergency Notice of Motion below, supported by Swansea Council's group political leaders and Cabinet, was agreed by full Council on March 3.

New video takes you inside Swansea Arena

A new video shows how your 3,500-capacity Swansea Arena looks as the eye-catching venue builds up to key test events this week.

Communities celebrate new play areas

Two Swansea communities have been enjoying a special half-term treat thanks to the council's £5m plan to create or upgrade city play areas.

Don't miss your chance for claim a £200 winter fuel grant

THOUSANDS of city families have benefited from a £200 winter fuel windfall aimed at helping them cope with the cost of rising prices.

A two-day festival is coming to Swansea with some big-name chefs, live music and a lot of fun

Croeso Festival will bring the feel-good factor to the city centre with its varied programme of entertainment.

City continues flying the flag for nightlife safety

SWANSEA'S nightlife scene is keeping the Purple Flag flying over the city for an eighth consecutive year.

Take a look as High Street shops get new lease of life

Residents and community groups are being invited to have a look around a row of former commercial premises on High Street that are being brought back to life.

Board seeks views on well-being in Swansea

Residents of all ages across Swansea are being asked for their views on the quality of life and well-being in the city.

Additional funds available for period poverty

Charities and organisations working to combat period poverty in Swansea can now apply for council funding.

Council responds to Storm Eunice

Emergency teams in Swansea have leapt into action to keep the city on the move after winds up to 90mph swept through the city.
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