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Datganiadau i'r wasg Mai 2020


Teulu maeth yn ceisio codi hwyliau yn ystod y cyfnod dan gyfyngiadau symud

Mae teulu maeth yn Abertawe wedi bod yn defnyddio'u hamser yn ystod y cyfyngiadau symud i geisio lledaenu ychydig o obaith a hapusrwydd i bobl yn eu cymuned.

Bethan Lee

Translation Required: Bethan's new role offers a lifeline to the vulnerable

Translation Required: In normal times Bethan Lee's main job includes the management of community library services that, among other things, delivers books to the housebound, the buying of books for our city's libraries and a raft of other things besides.

Ty Tom Jones

Translation Required: Nobody needs to be homeless during pandemic, says council

Translation Required: Swansea Council and its partners are intensifying their efforts to ensure nobody needs to be homeless in our city during the Coronavirus pandemic


Translation Required: Foodbank founder: We're providing a vital service - non-stop

Translation Required: Supporters of a Swansea foodbank that launched shortly after Christmas had little idea how vital their service would soon become.


Translation Required: Exciting plans for landmark Swansea city centre building

Translation Required: The new owner of Swansea's grade two listed Albert Hall has announced exciting plans for its future.

Flying Start Logo

Translation Required: Young children continue to receive a Flying Start during lockdown

Translation Required: Help, advice and support for families in the Flying Start programme is continuing in Swansea despite the coronavirus lockdown.

car key

Translation Required: Parking permit extension for city centre workers

Translation Required: Swansea Council is giving city centre workers who own annual parking permits three extra months free.

More Homes

Translation Required: City Deal area aims to lead way in homes as power stations technology

Translation Required: Helping tackle fuel poverty by equipping over 10,000 homes with energy efficiency technology, a pioneering project earmarked for South West Wales could soon take another step forward.


Translation Required: Tim pushes on to new fund-raising heights

Translation Required: Swansea Council officer Tim Moss is adding new muscle to the fight against coronavirus.

Councillor Peter Black and Mrs Angela Black.

Translation Required: Join in with the VE Day commemorations

Translation Required: City residents are being urged to join in with the rest of the UK on Friday for a virtual commemoration of VE Day.

VE Day

Translation Required: Head back in time for VE Day

Translation Required: City residents are getting the chance to go back in time for VE Day this week.

Kev Child

Translation Required: Volunteer Army supporting every community in Swansea

Translation Required: An army of more than 1,600 community volunteers are now helping vulnerable and isolated people across Swansea.

Ben sports dev

Translation Required: Ben is helping bring communities together to tackle coronavirus

Translation Required: This time last year Ben Davies-Thompson was supporting our city's group of young Sports Ambassadors, working with them to support their communities to find out how joining in sport can transform lives.

Swansea Bayways

Translation Required: New cycling and walking route map helps keep residents local

Translation Required: Swansea Council has developed a walking and cycling route map to help guide residents along local routes in their communities.

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Translation Required: More vulnerable residents to be offered support by the council

Translation Required: Swansea Council is standing-by to provide support to more people who are being advised by the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) for Wales to shield themselves for 12 weeks from coronavirus.

Infonation shop front

Translation Required: Stay connected with the Info-Nation team

Translation Required: OUR city centre's much-valued young people's advice service Info-Nation is #HereForSwansea continuing to provide support for local communities online.

coronavirus new logo

Translation Required: Stay connected with the Info-Nation team

Translation Required: OUR city centre's much-valued young people's advice service Info-Nation is #HereForSwansea continuing to provide support for local communities online.

coronavirus new logo

Translation Required: Child & Family Services here for Swansea

Translation Required: Front line staff in Swansea Council's Child and Family Services Department are still here for Swansea to take referrals and give advice to those who need it.


Translation Required: 24/7 effort turns old factory into new hospital - in just a month

Translation Required: ​​​​​​​Work to transform a former Swansea Bay motor factory into a high-tech hospital ready for hundreds of beds has been completed in just over a month.

City Deal logo

Translation Required: Cabinet decision paves way for more homes as power stations

Translation Required: PLANS that could see the Swansea Bay City Region pioneer energy-saving homes as power stations (HAPS) have taken another step forward.

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Translation Required: Homeless to get support during pandemic

Translation Required: Swansea Council's Cabinet has approved a £400,000 project that will help ensure nobody needs to be homeless in our city during

Translation Required: Let's celebrate VE Day at home, says 98-year-old veteran Ioan

Translation Required: World War II veteran Ioan Valentine is calling on residents to celebrate VE Day from the safety and comfort of their own homes tomorrow.

coronavirus new logo

Translation Required: A number of council environment services set to return

Translation Required: SWANSEA Council is re-starting bulky waste collections, stepping-up litter-picking and a number of other environment services.


Translation Required: Cabinet agrees to appoint contractor for school's make-over

Translation Required: Swansea Council's Cabinet has agreed to appoint a contractor to deliver a £13.8m investment in new and improved buildings and facilities at Bishopston Comprehensive School.


Translation Required: Art world comes to Swansea as gallery seminars go online

Translation Required: A Swansea gallery has gone online to bring together artists, cultural historians, museum professionals and academics from around the world.


Translation Required: Swansea Market to undergo £439,000 improvement work

Translation Required: Swansea's award-winning indoor market is set for an improvements package that will see almost £440,000 spent on the venue.


Translation Required: Aerial photos show Swansea indoor arena taking shape

Translation Required: Dramatic new images show how a 3,500-capacity arena is taking shape between Swansea's city centre and marina.


Translation Required: Care homes ready to welcome first residents

Translation Required: Council teams have pulled out all the stops to open up two care homes to help provide additional support for people leaving hospital and those who need a bit more short-term help when they are finding it difficult to remain independently at home.

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Translation Required: Council resumes bulky waste collections

Translation Required: SWANSEA'S bulky waste collection service is back on from today following a review of our city's environment services.

indoor market billy upton

Translation Required: Market traders' hub feeding hundreds of happy customers

Translation Required: Our city's award-winning indoor market traders are keeping the flag flying and hundreds of residents fed with local produce during the Coronavirus lockdown.


Council arranges pet food addition to foodbank supplies

Swansea residents who make use of the city's foodbanks and who are also pet owners have access to additional items thanks to the support of businesses.


Translation Required: Progress made on major school investment projects

Translation Required: Steady progress is continuing on two major school investment projects in Swansea.

Swansea Council Logo (Landscape square)

Translation Required: Bereavement services in Swansea praised

Translation Required: Council bereavement staff in Swansea have been praised by local funeral directors for their support since the coronavirus outbreak.


Mae'r Gerddi Botaneg yn cael ychydig o ofal cariadus yn ystod y cyfyngau symud

Singleton Park's Botanical Gardens is one of our city's much-loved destinations that's been closed to the public during the pandemic.

Translation Required: Foodbank recipients now volunteer to help community

Translation Required: Former foodbank recipients are now turning to volunteering to help others though the coronavirus crisis.


Translation Required: Day centre officers join residential care staff

Translation Required: Staff who usually work at Swansea Council's Birchgrove Day Centre have temporarily swapped jobs to help provide care at a council residential home.


Translation Required: Kingsway contractors set to move back on site

Translation Required: A small number of work crews are planning to restart work on The Kingsway Infrastructure Project.


Translation Required: Greater choice introduced for free school meals

Translation Required: Parents and carers in Swansea whose children are eligible for free school meals are to have the choice of continuing to receive weekly food bags, having direct payments to their bank accounts to provide lunches themselves or they can opt out of the scheme entirely should they wish.


Translation Required: Chance to bid for work on Swansea schools construction

Translation Required: Welsh businesses eager to be part of three Swansea school construction schemes are being invited to find out what opportunities will be available.

Cycling in Swansea

Translation Required: Contractors back on site on cycle route schemes in Swansea

Translation Required: A number of key cycle network schemes, halted because of coronavirus restrictions, are back up and running in Swansea.


Translation Required: Powerful link with the industrial north is revitalised

Translation Required: A powerful Swansea link with a northern industrial heartland has been revitalised.


Translation Required: Free lifelong learning courses reach Australia

Translation Required: Swansea's Lifelong Learning is offering all its courses in the summer term online and free of charge and it has not gone unnoticed on the other side of the world.

Translation Required: Community volunteer praised for life-saving action

Translation Required: A community volunteer has helped to save the life of an elderly man she has been delivering food to since the coronavirus crisis hit Swansea.


Gwobr am gynlluniau gweithgareddau i bobl ifanc

Mae dau brosiect llwyddiannus yn Abertawe wedi'u hanrhydeddu fel rhan o gynllun gwobrau mawreddog y DU sy'n hyrwyddo effeithiau cadarnhaol chwaraeon a gweithgarwch.

Translation Required: Major road re-surfacing scheme set for the weekend

Translation Required: Swansea Council is taking advantage of quieter road conditions to carry out a £80,000 resurfacing project this weekend on the A483 southbound between Junction 47 and the Cadle roundabout.


Translation Required: Tim's fund-raising push tops £3,000

Translation Required: Swansea Council officer Tim Moss pushed on beyond £3,000 in his extra effort to help the area fight coronavirus.


Translation Required: Foodbank experience handy as new pop-up service launches

Translation Required: The people behind a successful Swansea foodbank are bringing their expertise to a new facility.

jo joio mascot

Translation Required: Half-term fun goes online

Translation Required: Half-term holiday events are going virtual next week, with a range of opportunities on offer to help keep children entertained at home.

recycling centres

Translation Required: Visit our recycling sites on Tuesday only if it is essential

Translation Required: Residents are being asked to play their part in keeping the Recycling Centres operating safely in Swansea by not turning up all at once on the first day the five sites re-open next Tuesday.


Translation Required: City rangers back up to full-time operation

Translation Required: Swansea's city centre rangers return to full-time duty this weekend.

Translation Required: ​​​​​​​Stay Home plea for bank holiday weekend

Translation Required: Swansea Council is asking people to stay at home over the bank holiday weekend to save lives and protect the NHS.


Translation Required: Council agrees deal with Debenhams to secure store's future

Translation Required: Swansea Council has agreed a deal with department store Debenhams to help secure its long-term future in the city centre.

Translation Required: Loughor bridge upgrade set to start shortly

Translation Required: WORK is set to start this Tuesday on an essential £250,000 refurbishment of the busy Loughor Bridge.


Translation Required: Keep busy during locked-down half term with the Swansea online one-stop activity shop

Translation Required: Swansea Council is helping parents who are looking for lockdown ideas to keep their children's minds and bodies active this Whitsun holiday.


Translation Required: ​​​​​​​Swansea construction specialists to give historic site big future

Translation Required: A Swansea firm is to build one of the city's key regeneration projects.


Translation Required: Thousands of businesses benefit from £43.7m in grants

Translation Required: Almost 3,500 city small businesses have been given more than £43.7m in grants to help support them through the Coronavirus pandemic.

Craigfelen Children

Translation Required: Video thanks for primary school staff

Translation Required: Staff at a Swansea primary school have an extra spring in their step and some even shed a tear after pupils and parents sent them a video message thanking them for their support during lockdown.

Recycling Centres Reopen

Translation Required: Recycling sites reopen in Swansea

Translation Required: Residents in Swansea have returned to the city's recycling centres for the first time since the coronavirus lockdown.


Translation Required: Welsh businesses look to play a part in Swansea schools construction

Translation Required: More than 50 businesses eager to be part of three school construction schemes have been discussing the opportunities available to them.

Karina Quinn

Translation Required: Karina joins new team at Parkway care home

Translation Required: Swansea Council has brought the former Parkway care home in Sketty back into commission to create additional residential social care beds and ease pressure on the NHS as a result of the coronavirus crisis

Children's aprons

Translation Required: Emergency childcare settings supporting 500 pupils a day

Translation Required: Emergency childcare settings at schools in Swansea have remained open this week during what is usually half-term to ensure that key workers can continue to do their jobs.

Broadway Junction

Translation Required: Broadway junction improvements restart

Translation Required: Work to improve a busy interchange in Swansea has started back up.


Translation Required: Plans for high-tech Swansea building recommended for approval

Translation Required: Plans for a groundbreaking Swansea city centre building that allows innovative tech and creative businesses to establish and grow could be given planning permission tomorrow, June 2.

residents parking sign

Translation Required: Parking permits extended for three months

Translation Required: Swansea residents with parking permits are to get an automatic three-month extension on their permits.

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