October 2022 press releases
Stories of a Changing Landscape, a Farmers Perspective is a project which documents and celebrates local farming heritage.
Residents living in an ageing housing development in a Swansea community are being asked for their views on new plans to regenerate their estate.
City residents are set to pay tribute to those in the armed forces who have served their country as this year's Poppy Appeal is launched at Swansea Market on October 21 at 11.45am.
Families with a taste for scary things are invited to Oystermouth Castle this Halloween.
Workforces across Swansea are to be given new skills to help cut carbon emissions.
Tips on saving energy, accessing funding and how to make the most of social media will be among those available for Swansea businesses at a free event next month.
New and returning students coming to Swansea to study are being encouraged to 'get it sorted' and recycle their household waste.
Swansea's 10 globes from its city centre public art trail are being displayed in one place for the first time to create a unique, educational experience.
The cultural life of Swansea's Maritime Quarter is about to be given a new boost.
New 'smart bins' which tell you when they are full are being trialled in Swansea.
Specialist mental health support is available to thousands of Swansea residents, households and families who may be struggling emotionally as the cost of living crisis starts to take hold.
Swansea's biggest winter attraction is back from November 8 to January 8.