November 2022 press releases
Primary and secondary pupils in Swansea have been taking part in a special event today to celebrate World Children's Day.
Tens of thousands of residents and visitors turned out for Swansea's annual Christmas parade which heralded the countdown to the festive season.
A popular Swansea city service has announced a programme of pre-Christmas events to help people handle their cost of living concerns.
The South Wales Police & Crime Commissioner has launched his annual community survey.
This week Swansea Council is again supporting a national campaign to tackle male violence against women.
Shoppers heading into Swansea city centre this Christmas can travel on buses for free every Saturday and Sunday during November and December.
People looking forward to attending this year's Christmas Parade in Swansea are being urged to plan ahead of the event this Sunday.
Grants are being made available to charities, voluntary and not-for-profit organisation to help them provide safe, warm and welcoming places within communities across Swansea where people can go to during the winter.
A carpenter and a virtual assistant are among more than 50 new Swansea businesses to have benefited from start-up funding support in the last six months.
Swansea Council has announced the return of Swansea Sports Awards.
Swansea business people are being given expert advice on how they can help others make the city greener.
Plans have been agreed for upgrades at Swansea Point, Maesteg Park in St Thomas and Ynysnewydd Park in Sketty.