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Datganiadau i'r wasg Mehefin 2020


Gwaith yn dechrau ddydd Llun ar gartref newydd i ysgol Gymraeg

Disgwylir i'r gwaith paratoi ddechrau ddydd Llun cyn adeiladu cartref newydd sbon ar gyfer ysgol gynradd Gymraeg lwyddiannus sy'n cynnwys lleoedd ychwanegol i ddisgyblion ynghyd â chanolfan Dechrau'n Deg.


Translation Required: 15,000 requests for help answered during Covid crisis

Translation Required: Almost 15,000 requests for help in the community have been answered by Swansea Council's Local Area Coordinators and an army of community champions since the coronavirus crisis began.


Translation Required: Pontarddulais foodbank providing vital supplies

Translation Required: Hundreds of families in a Swansea community are being provided with vital food parcels thanks to efforts of volunteers and Swansea Council.

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Translation Required: Housing repair teams back to near normal service for tenants

Translation Required: Housing maintenance teams in Swansea are getting back to a near-normal repairs service for the council's 13,000 domestic tenants.

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Translation Required: Customers urged to observe 2m rule as city prepares for shops to re-open

Translation Required: Preparations are under way for the re-opening of city centre shopping in Swansea on Monday as customers are urged to shop responsibly and maintain the two-metre rule.

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Translation Required: Award-winning market ready to welcome back customers

Translation Required: Our city centre's award-winning indoor market will be open from Monday.


Translation Required: Swansea tourism businesses rally to support city through pandemic

Translation Required: A range of Swansea enterprises have been praised for adapting and diversifying to support key workers and others.


Translation Required: Thank you retailers, says foodbank leader

Translation Required: A key figure in a Swansea foodbank has praised the way local shops have helped during the coronavirus crisis.

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Translation Required: More trees set to go in as part of arena project

Translation Required: Work is set to start this week on widening a city centre street ready for two-way traffic as part of the Swansea arena project.

housing voids

Translation Required: Council pulls out all the stops to support homeless through pandemic

Translation Required: Intensive efforts to bring empty council homes back into use is paying off for homeless people and those in housing need.

Lord Mayor 2020 armed forces flag

Translation Required: Online celebration of Armed Forces Day in our city

Translation Required: Our city's Armed Forces Day commemorations are going online this year.

red arrows pilot suit

Translation Required: Young Red Arrows fans in with a chance of winning a pilot suit

Translation Required: Young Red Arrows fans are getting the chance to win their very own pilot's suit as part of the Wales Airshow #AtHome programme.


Translation Required: Wanted: Great ideas to help rural Swansea - and the planet

Translation Required: Bright new ideas are sought to help improve the Swansea area's rural communities.

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Translation Required: Less than a week for businesses to bid for Welsh Government grant

Translation Required: Swansea businesses hoping to take advantage of a Welsh Government grants scheme have less than a week to get their applications in.

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Translation Required: Public toilets in Swansea set to reopen

Translation Required: Public toilets in Swansea are being prepared for reopening by Swansea Council.


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

Translation Required: Welsh businesses eager to be part of an £11.5m new-build Swansea school construction scheme are being invited to find out what opportunities will be available.


Translation Required: Key work to take place on city centre roads

Translation Required: Important overnight work is due to take place on a number of Swansea city centre roads from June 30 to July 17.

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Translation Required: Business grants prove a lifeline for Swansea traders

Translation Required: A city business leader has praised a grants scheme which has seen more than 3,900 businesses across Swansea secure almost £50m of support to help them get through the pandemic.

Kingsway - 71 and 72 (road view).

Translation Required: Construction firms set to bid for landmark development

Translation Required: Construction companies are to have the chance to develop a ground-breaking building designed to attract innovative tech and creative businesses to the heart of Swansea city centre.

Swansea Council Logo (Landscape square)

Translation Required: Big demand for council homes in Swansea community prompt further development

Translation Required: Swansea Council's continued investment in council homes in the city is helping to return a former community building into three new family homes in Fforesthall.

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