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January 2024 press releases

Gower golf club owner fined after staff accident

The Gower Golf Course Ltd and owner of Gower Golf Club have pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety at work regulations after an employee was injured following an accident on the course in a maintenance buggy.

Selling counterfeit tobacco leads to prison for Swansea man

A man caught with thousands of counterfeit cigarettes, tobacco and cash in his car in Swansea, has been jailed.

Planetarium plan for historic observatory wins funding boost

Exciting plans to bring an historic Swansea observatory back to life have taken a major step forward.

New-look entrances planned to improve Swansea Market

New plans are underway to make Swansea Market yet more welcoming to shoppers and traders.

St David's Day celebrations set to spark another big Swansea year

A packed series of St David's Day celebrations is planned by Swansea Council and others across the city.

Funding set to help boost Swansea tourism

Tourism businesses across the Swansea area have secured important new funding to boost their prospects.

Funding boost for more rural Swansea projects

A well-being nature walk linking historic churches, a flower market and schemes to help cut rural Swansea's carbon footprint are among those soon to benefit from a major funding boost.

One of Britain's favourites! Swansea Market

Swansea Market has been crowned Britain's best large indoor market in a national awards scheme.

Pupils join ceremony marking Holocaust Memorial Day

Pupils from schools in Swansea today joined civic leaders at a ceremony as the city marked Holocaust Memorial Day.

Free school meals being extended to all Year Four pupils

Year Four pupils in all of Swansea's schools will be offered free school meals when children return from their half-term holidays next month.

Indoor pitch laid at game-changing leisure complex

The indoor 3G pitch has been laid at a new game-changing sports complex at Cefn Hengoed Community School and Leisure Centre.

Lower Swansea Valley regeneration set to take key new steps

Multi-million pound plans to regenerate key parts of the Lower Swansea Valley are set to take some big steps forward.
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