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March 2022 press releases

Hairdressers and beauticians join domestic violence campaign

A new campaign is asking beauticians, hairdressers and barbers to help raise awareness about domestic violence.

HRH The Countess of Wessex unveils tree at Swansea Arena's coastal park

HRH The Countess of Wessex has been helping celebrate Swansea as a Queen's Green Canopy "Champion City" during a Royal Visit to the city on Wednesday 9th March.

CCTV upgrades planned for four city communities

Four communities are to get new CCTV systems as part of a major upgrade of city-wide facilities.

How are you planning to celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee?

The countdown to the Queen's Platinum Jubilee is on and Swansea residents can get involved by throwing their own street parties.

Creative hub to support digital art innovators

A new creative hub is being developed in Swansea to help local artists and creative industries come together to learn skills that make best use of digital platforms taking shape in the city centre.

Millions of pounds invested in essential schools upgrades

CITY schools are set to benefit from a £7.9m pot of cash for essential maintenance and building upgrades over the coming year.

Free fun day to launch Mayhill play area

Young families in Mayhill are being invited to a free community fun day on Sunday where the new play area will be officially opened.

Millions to be invested in roads in coming year

The hugely-popular PATCH community road resurfacing programme is set to get a boost as part of £6.4m of investment in roads across the city in the coming year.

Key city centre transformation wins prestigious industry applause

​​​​​​​Swansea's new-look Kingsway has won international recognition for its focus on sustainability.

Cupid family celebrate way named after sprinter Cyril

The family of a Swansea sprinter who now has a way named in his honour have visited the city to celebrate the milestone.

Event highlights activities for the over 50s

More than 40 organisations are expected at an event later this month aimed at promoting activities for the over 50s in Swansea and to seek ideas on new ones.

More play areas in the pipeline for city communities

Children from even more communities across Swansea will be gaining on the swings and the roundabouts in the coming months
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