March 2022 press releases
Unsung community heroes who have helped the people of Swansea through the pandemic were honoured at a special event.
THOUSANDS of visitors are set to take Swansea's Oystermouth Castle by storm as it throws open its gates for the 2022 season.
SWANSEA is counting down the days to the Easter Holidays as Oystermouth Castle and a host of other attractions re-open after the winter break.
SWANSEA residents are being urged to support this weekend's spectacular Earth Hour lights-out event to celebrate the planet and the need to protect it.
Forty new bus shelters have already been installed at bus stops in Swansea, with more to come in the weeks ahead.
MARTIN Nicholls, Swansea Council's director of place, has been appointed interim Chief Executive of the authority.
An £11.5m new home for a Welsh medium school is now providing fantastic opportunities for more than 500 pupils.
Three Swansea communities have been enjoying a special treat thanks to the council's £5m plan to create or upgrade city play areas.
A new project aimed at creating an oral history of the lives, and mental health experiences of those working on the land has been launched in Swansea.
Access to Swansea's West Pier is due to be considerably improved for the enjoyment of thousands of people in the coming months and years.
Work is underway on installing a new all-weather pitch and improved floodlighting at a popular community centre in Townhill.
Swansea's new 1.1-acre coastal park is now open to the public.