IMPACT AREA

THE UK’S FIRST WELLBEING REGION

We think people and businesses should play to their strengths and focus on what they’re best at.  The same goes for the region!  What we have here in South West Wales is an amazing natural environment, brilliant quality of life, friendly communities… and the opportunity to make Well-Being our unique selling point, our regional brand, and our shared purpose. 

That’s what all of you have been telling us you want, and so that’s our mission for the region – to build our shared identity as the home of Well-Being in the UK, implementing the values of the Wellbeing of Future Generations Act, doing things differently, following our own path, and putting the well-being of people and planet at the heart of everything.

HMRC resumes investigations after COVID-19

HMRC resumes investigations after COVID-19

Lee Bradley, Tax Director of Bevan Buckland LLP explains what to expect from tax probes in 2020/21. After temporarily pausing tax investigations as COVID-19 business support measures rolled out earlier this year, HMRC has restarted probes into businesses and...

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Investment of £20m extends AgorIP project to 2023

Investment of £20m extends AgorIP project to 2023

The AgorIP Project which has helped the Welsh economy and innovation in west Wales to prosper over the last four years, has been extended to benefit all of Wales, with a total investment of more than £20m. AgorIP brings academics, clinicians and businesses together to...

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University experts leading the way on pandemic research

University experts leading the way on pandemic research

Four Swansea University academics are part of major new research project investigating Covid-19 and what it can teach us about coping with future pandemics. Biagio Lucini, professor of physics and head of Mathematics Department, Mike Gravenor, Professor of...

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A Brighter Future for Swansea Children

A Brighter Future for Swansea Children

Young Dragons CIC are delighted to announce that their crowdfunding appeal to help young children develop enterprise skills has reached its target. The funding will be used to help support the Swansea Primary Enterprise Challenge, an annual event open to primary...

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