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Datganiadau i'r wasg Ebrill 2020


Translation Required: Council to convert Bay Studio to field hospital

Translation Required: Swansea Council is working with contractors Kier and TRJ to transform a former factory and film studios into a hospital to help manage the expected upsurge in Coronavirus cases.


Translation Required: Staff praised for life-saving crisis response

Translation Required: Swansea Council staff have been praised for saving lives and keeping the city running during the Coronavirus crisis.

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Translation Required: Around 1,500 city small businesses set for £21m in grant payments this week

Translation Required: AROUND 1,500 small businesses in Swansea are set to share in £21m of grants this week to help see them through the Coronavirus crisis.


Translation Required: Council working to keep foodbanks stocked

Translation Required: Swansea Council is stepping in to help food banks across the area to ensure that they can continue to meet soaring demand from families and individuals in need of support.

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Translation Required: Please exercise close to home this weekend

Translation Required: RESIDENTS are being urged to follow UK government guidance and exercise close to home this weekend.

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Translation Required: Sunday trading laws relaxed in Swansea to help key workers

Translation Required: Swansea Council is relaxing Sunday trading laws to help give key workers and vulnerable people more time to get essential goods.

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Translation Required: Homelessness help boosted with extra funding

Translation Required: Anyone homeless or at risk of homelessness in Swansea is being supported more than ever during the coronavirus outbreak.


Translation Required: Gallery goes online to keep art in the spotlight

Translation Required: A Swansea gallery has devised a daily online activity programme to stimulate the minds of art fans across the city.


Translation Required: Reduced taxi fares for council social care and NHS workers

Translation Required: Local taxi firms have contacted Swansea Council to let them know they are offering reduced taxi fares for council social care workers and NHS staff in the city.


Translation Required: Arts and community come together for Swansea podcast

Translation Required: ​​​​​​​Swansea's cultural community has a new mouthpiece - a podcast.

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Translation Required: Shops in Swansea help recycling effort

Translation Required: Swansea Council has increased the number of local stores where residents can collect recycling bags.

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Translation Required: Domestic abuse help is at hand

Translation Required: Anyone at risk of domestic abuse during the current Coronavirus restrictions are being reassured that help is at hand.

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Translation Required: Appeal goes out for fresh supplies for city rest centre

Translation Required: A CALL has gone out to city businesses for their help to provide support to our communities during the Coronavirus crisis.

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Translation Required: Funeral services continuing in Swansea

Translation Required: Cemeteries and Crematoriums in Swansea are still open for funerals to take place.

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Translation Required: 1,000 volunteers step forward to support city communities

Translation Required: More than 1,000 residents have pledged their support so far in a city-wide recruitment campaign to support the vulnerable during the Coronavirus crisis.


Translation Required: Bay Studios field hospital work goes 24/7 from the holiday period

Translation Required: Work to transform a Swansea Bay film studios and former factory into a hospital will go 24/7 from the Easter holiday period.

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Translation Required: Council increases social care beds to help ease NHS pressures

Translation Required: Swansea Council's social care teams are pulling out all the stops this weekend to support the NHS and save lives.

Translation Required: Coronavirus - Allotment holders urged to follow guidelines

Translation Required: Swansea Council is supporting allotment holders whilst encouraging them to help curtail the spread of coronavirus.


Translation Required: Pharmacists thank Swansea City Centre Rangers

Translation Required: A team of Swansea city centre key workers has thanked Swansea's City Centre Rangers for helping them deliver a vital service.


Translation Required: Coronavirus - How would Dylan have coped with lockdown?

Translation Required: Lockdown is a challenge for us all - but just imagine how one of Swansea's most famous sons would have felt!


Translation Required: Food banks provide vital lifeline

Translation Required: Food banks across Swansea have made sure families in the city have had essential food supplies during the recent Easter holidays.

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Translation Required: Local charity responds to beds appeal

Translation Required: SWANSEA Council's appeal for replacement beds and bedding to create an emergency rest centre in the event of a non-coronavirus emergency has been answered.

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Translation Required: 1,400 step up to volunteer in their neighbourhoods

Translation Required: More than 1,400 city residents have stepped up in answer to a call for volunteers to be there for their communities during the coronavirus pandemic.


Translation Required: New hospital rises on the site of famous Swansea Bay industry

Translation Required: The incredible transformation of a 1950s industrial unit into a superb 2020 hospital is on track.

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Translation Required: Recycling teams get big thank you from residents

Translation Required: Household waste collection crews in Swansea have been praised for their efforts to collect recycling.

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Translation Required: Welfare officers staying in touch with city pupils

Translation Required: PUPILS entitled to free school meals are getting a little help to ensure they're not missing out on their daily grab and go meals made for them by the council's school catering services.

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Translation Required: Call centre staff on hand to support vulnerable residents

Translation Required: MORE than 6,000 vulnerable Swansea residents who've been asked by the Chief Medical Officer for Wales to shield themselves from Coronavirus are getting some extra support from the council.

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Translation Required: Neighbourhood foodbank is a big hit

Translation Required: A MUCH-NEEDED network of community foodbanks are springing up across Swansea to help support families in need during the Coronavirus pandemic.


Translation Required: Specialist designers to help breathe new life into historic Palace Theatre

Translation Required: A specialist design team is to help preserve Swansea's 132-year-old Palace Theatre building for future generations.

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Translation Required: Thousands of businesses benefit from £28m in grants

Translation Required: Thousands of city small businesses have been given almost £28m in grants to help support them through the Coronavirus pandemic

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Translation Required: Emergency road repairs continue

Translation Required: Council highways teams have carried out more than 110 emergency road repairs over the last few weeks, new figures have revealed.

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Translation Required: Council stepping up support for homeless during Coronavirus pandemic

Translation Required: COUNCIL staff are intensifying efforts to bring empty homes back into use to help homeless people cope with the Coronavirus crisis, as well as supporting those in housing need.


Translation Required: Staff join campaign to highlight domestic abuse risk

Translation Required: Staff from Swansea Council's Child and Family Services Integrated Family Support including the Domestic Abuse Hub are taking part in a new public awareness campaign to help combat Domestic Abuse.


Translation Required: Swansea food banks urgently need donations

Translation Required: Food banks in Swansea are appealing for more donations as increased demand, resulting from the coronavirus pandemic has led to a shortage of food.

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Hanging baskets set to brighten our day

Residents are being offered the chance to add a bit of colour and brightness to homes and communities this summer.

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Translation Required: Extra staff helps boost business grants payments

Translation Required: SWANSEA Council has drafted-in additional staff to assist in processing applications from businesses in Swansea that have applied for business grant support.

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Translation Required: Council stepping up support for homeless during coronavirus pandemic

Translation Required: COUNCIL staff are intensifying efforts to bring empty homes back into use to help homeless people cope with the Coronavirus crisis, as well as supporting those in housing need.

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Translation Required: Blank article for you to copy

Translation Required: FAMILIES on the hunt for fresh ways to spend their time at home during the Coronavirus lockdown can tap into some new ideas from Swansea Council's, Cultural Services Team.

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Translation Required: Carpenters know how to build support for city residents

Translation Required: MEMBERS of Swansea Council's building services team have taken on new roles to deliver much-needed meals and drinks to elderly and disabled residents in the community.


Translation Required: All aboard for online Swansea local history

Translation Required: Those looking for stimulating lockdown activities can now take a trip back into Swansea's past.


Translation Required: Swansea skyline changing as arena steel structures rise

Translation Required: New parts of the Swansea skyline are emerging as the steel skeletons of the city's new indoor arena and allied buildings go up.


Translation Required: Grand co-production set to punch its weight online

Translation Required: A musical production co-produced by Swansea's Grand Theatre is to have its online premiere tonight(note: Apr 24).

Translation Required: Council set to approve funding for magnificent hospital

Translation Required: SWANSEA Council's Cabinet is set to approve spending up to £15m on emergency building works for the 1,000-bed field hospital at Bay Studios on Fabian Way.


Translation Required: 4,000 hot meals provided for vulnerable in Swansea

Translation Required: A community-led food scheme in Swansea is helping to prepare more than 1,000 hot meals a week during the coronavirus restrictions.


Translation Required: Virtual School opens for pupils, parents and teachers

Translation Required: Schools are closed but a new online one-stop-shop with teaching and learning resources for parents and teachers in Swansea has opened.

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Translation Required: Loads of things to do during lockdown

Translation Required: FAMILIES on the hunt for fresh ways to spend their time at home during the Coronavirus lockdown can tap into some new ideas from Swansea Council's, Cultural Services Team.

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Translation Required: Help on hand for council house tenants struggling to pay the rent

Translation Required: Council housing tenants who may be struggling to make ends meet due to the Coronavirus are being urged to get in touch if they are finding it difficult to pay their rent.

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Translation Required: Employers urged to ensure staff and customers abide by 2m rule

Translation Required: Swansea Council is urging employers and businesses uncertain of any aspects of the newly-introduced Welsh Government Coronavirus Regulations to get in touch for all the latest information and advice.

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Translation Required: Swansea's sister city Nantong sends PPE to help

Translation Required: Swansea has taken delivery of a consignment of personal protection equipment from Nantong, a sister city in China.


Translation Required: ​​​​​​​Swansea city centre - still open for essential business

Translation Required: Lockdown restrictions have dramatically changed city centre shopping habits.


Translation Required: Council arranges new addition to foodbank supplies

Translation Required: Swansea residents who make use of the city's foodbanks are set to have additional items included this week.

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Translation Required: Support for pupils experiencing domestic abuse

Translation Required: A national scheme that helps ensure effective communication between Police and Education, when domestic abuse occurs in the home, is continuing to run in Swansea despite the coronavirus lockdown.

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Translation Required: Council transport scheme helps save local man's sight

Translation Required: Swansea Council's Client transport Team recently jumped into action to help prevent a local man from going blind.

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