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Half-term fun for free thanks to city's culture venues

Some of Swansea's leading cultural venues are doing all they can to help families through the cost of living crisis this half-term.

Glynn Vivian

Glynn Vivian

They'll be offering a wide range of fun that won't cost hard-pressed parents a penny.

The venues, run by Swansea Council, have great track records in providing accessible and affordable activities right through the year.

Council cabinet member Elliott King said: "Free activities are crucial at a time like this - they help keep young people active and help families focus their spending on essentials such as heating and eating."

Schools break up for half-term on October 28 and return on November 7.

During that period there is plenty to enjoy at venues such as the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea Museum and Dylan Thomas Centre - in addition to their ongoing exhibitions and displays.

Other free activities organised by the council include October 29's Spooks in the City in Castle Square, Swansea Market activities on the same day and - on November 5 - the annual fireworks display, lighting up the waters of Swansea Bay.


Photo: The Glynn Vivian.



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