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October 2022 press releases

Extra 200 children to get a Flying Start

An additional 200 children are set to benefit from an expansion of Swansea's popular Flying Start programme which makes a positive difference to the life chances of families that need it the most.

City cultural treasure in line for national award

​​​​​​​Swansea's Dylan Thomas Exhibition has been shortlisted for The Best Small Museum Project Award at the Museum Association's Museums Change Lives Awards 2022.

Cheers! The past meets the future at key city centre site

Regeneration work in Swansea city centre has uncovered a lively former life of a building that's set to have a bright future.

New fund aims to tackle homelessness

Rough sleepers, vulnerable young people looking for a place to live and those facing the threat of losing a roof over their heads are set to benefit from a new multi-million-pound plan to tackle homelessness.

50 years ago: Council-led M4 project eases Morriston congestion

A whole generation of motorists has been spared a once familiar sight - nose-to-tail traffic queues as local and through traffic mixed on the old A48 Cardiff to Carmarthen trunk road which ran right through the heart of Morriston.

Cost of living website help for Swansea residents

A new one-stop-shop website been made available to support many thousands of Swansea families looking to save money during the cost of living crisis.

Arena generates visitor and jobs boost for city

Close to 110,000 - that's how many visitors Swansea Arena has attracted since first opening its doors about six months ago.

Tips to help ease household budget pressures

A council-funded scheme to help cut household energy bills has helped hundreds of Swansea people collectively save thousands of pounds.

Free Halloween fun set for Swansea city centre

​​​​​​​Families looking for free fun this month can visit the city centre's Castle Square which is set to host a spectacular spooky Saturday.

Black history celebrated by city's cultural favourites

Cultural venues in and around Swansea city centre are part of a UK-wide initiative to celebrate the accomplishments of black Britons.

More toilets investment in Swansea

Two new 'Changing Places' toilets are being introduced at Knab Rock and Rhossili as part of a £300,000 investment in improving Swansea's public toilet facilities.

Revamped school gym brings fitness boost to community

There are now even more opportunities for pupils and the wider community in Morriston to stay fit and active thanks to a major upgrade of a school gymnasium.
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