May 2022 press releases
City going purple for Queen's jubilee
SWANSEA is set to turn a royal shade of purple next week when the city lights up for the Queen's Platinum Jubilee celebrations.
£25k funding available to city's Men's Sheds
Men's Sheds projects in Swansea can once again apply to Swansea Council for funding.
New church hall handed over at Copr Bay
A new church hall building has been handed over to St David's Priory in Swansea city centre.
Plantasia goes in search of naturalist who helped unlock the secrets of evolution
At Plantasia this half-term you can find out lots more about the Welshman some say was pipped at the post by Charles Darwin in the race to understand the evolution of humankind.
Award-winning company to lead £750m regeneration in Swansea
An award-winning company behind major £750m proposals to transform several key city centre and waterfront sites has been appointed Swansea Council's long-term regeneration partner.
Construction work soon to start on Swansea's 'living building'
With main construction work due to start in the coming weeks, city leaders have visited the Swansea site where a major new 'living building' project will soon be taking shape.
Fifteen BBQ bins aim to help keep our beaches safer
BEACH-goers are being urged to do the right thing and use waste bins or take their rubbish home with them this summer, especially disposable BBQs.
New all weather-pitch is ready for kick-off
A new all-weather pitch that will benefit thousands of players in the years to come has been fitted at the Phoenix Centre in Townhill.
Our city's Free Bus offer is back for the Jubilee half-term
Swansea's hugely-popular free bus offer is back for the last weekend in May and the long Bank Holiday weekend at the start of next month.
Long-serving councillor becomes Lord Mayor
TWO of Swansea's longest-serving councillors have become Lord Mayor and Deputy Lord Mayor.
Blue plaques sing the praises of Calon Lan composers
The composers of one of the greatest Welsh rugby anthems have had their contribution to the country's culture immortalised with blue plaques in their home city of Swansea.