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November 2019 press releases


Public to have say on draft plan to help deliver a greener Swansea

People across Swansea are being asked for their views on a draft plan that aims to help deliver a greener city.

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Smartphone app is an extra way to pay for parking in Swansea

SWANSEA Council car park users are being offered an extra way to pay for parking by using a smartphone app rather than cards or coins at its pay and display car parks.


Would-be fundraisers to benefit from crowdfunding workshop

Swansea residents who would like to raise funds for community projects are invited to a workshop hosted by crowdfunding specialists.


Hundreds attend Wales' biggest tourism awards ceremony

Wales' biggest tourism awards ceremony was attended by 540 industry representatives in Swansea's Brangwyn Hall.


Christmas tree helps highlight childcare opportunity

A Swansea city centre Christmas tree is helping to highlight an offer that gives some parents access to up to 30 hours of funded childcare a year.

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Kingsway to be clear for Christmas

Swansea shoppers will have a clear Kingsway this Christmas.


Football legend Lee backing White Ribbon Day event

SWANSEA football legend Lee Trundle is supporting an event on Monday to showcase work taking place in the city to tackle male violence against women.

Online support planned for bus pass holders in Swansea

Bus passengers can get help to apply for their new concessionary bus passes.

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Have your say on council equalities commitment

RESIDENTS are being given the chance to have their say on how Swansea Council can play its part in ensuring it delivers on its commitments to equality in city communities.


Steven is one of 540 in work thanks to service

Almost 540 people have been helped into work or to find a better job since Swansea Council's employability service was re-launched 18 months ago.


Swansea takes time to remember

SWANSEA is set to stand in silence for the fallen this weekend and on Monday, November 11, to pay their respects to those who gave their lives for their country.

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Help protect lives - report waterside vandals

WATERSIDE vandals are putting lives at risk after 56 rescue aids were stolen from their posts on the River Tawe and the marina area in just 10 months.


Regeneration sees city lead the way on going green

SWANSEA Council and Natural Resources Wales are helping show how cities can aspire to become greener and more inviting places to live and work.

National Safeguarding Week

Parents' events to highlight safeguarding issues

Parents and guardians at two comprehensive in Swansea along with those from their feeder primary schools are being invited to events to learn more about some of the concerns children and young people face when out in their communities and the steps that can be taken to help to make them safe.


Drop-in event to showcase comprehensive investment plans

PEOPLE can find out more about plans to dramatically improve facilities at a comprehensive school in Swansea at two community information events.

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Free event has lots of money saving tips

A FREE event providing useful information that could save people in Swansea money and help them avoid rip-off money lenders and scams is being held on Friday (November 8).

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Recycle your Halloween pumpkin and help the environment

Residents in Swansea are being encouraged to recycle their pumpkins following the recent Halloween celebrations.

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New Gower coastal path opens to the public

A new footpath along the Gower coast has opened to the public - two weeks ahead of schedule.

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