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May 2023 press releases

Business praise for Swansea's regeneration

Two leading businesspeople have praised the ongoing regeneration of Swansea.

Communities across city reap unseen rewards of huge investments

The huge investment in improved schools, upgraded housing and vital regeneration projects across Swansea is directly benefitting job seekers, local businesses, school pupils, charities and communities in often unseen ways thanks to an award winning scheme run by the council.

Swansea marina car park set to reopen to public

A car park closed to the public for many years in Swansea Marina is set to be reopened.

Council boosts stock of affordable homes for rent

AMBITIOUS plans to provide hundreds more homes for rent in Swansea are helping city families find affordable places to live.

Swansea waterfront to take centre stage at World Triathlon Para Series

The SA1 Waterfront will again take centre stage as the world's best paratriathletes race in Swansea this summer when the World Triathlon Para Series returns to the city on Saturday 15 July 2023.

School places 'high priority' on well-being of pupils

Pupils at a Swansea primary school that places a high priority on their well-being make good progress in many areas including reading, numeracy and digital skills, inspectors have found.

New campaign highlights how to enjoy Swansea this summer

A new campaign shows how Swansea residents and visitors can make the most of the city during this year's warmer months.

Grants to help Swansea businesses bid for large contracts

Grants of up to £1,000 are now available to help local Swansea businesses bid for public sector or larger-scale contracts.

Young people step up to support mental health awareness

Young people in Swansea are putting their best foot forward this month to raise funds and awareness around mental health

Students encouraged to 'get it sorted' with end of term recycling

Thousands of students departing Swansea this summer have been given extra support to help ensure their communities are not plagued by abandoned black bags at the end of term.

Fifteen more communities set for play area upgrades

Up to 15 communities are set to see upgraded play areas built for local children as part of a £7m pioneering Swansea Council programme.

School top of the class for promoting Welsh language use

A comprehensive school in Swansea is the first in the region to earn a gold award for encouraging pupils, staff and the wider community to speak Welsh more often both inside and outside the classroom.
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