April Regional Round-Up

We’ve kept up with the headlines from across South West Wales this month, to bring you the best regional news for Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire, Neath Port Talbot and Swansea!  Our goal is to share good news, helping you think and speak more positively about what’s happening across our fantastic region!

JOBS & OPPORTUNITIES

EDUCATION

TENDERS

VISITOR ECONOMY

DEVELOPMENT

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCE

SWANSEA BAY CITY DEAL

BUSINESS

CIRCULAR ECONOMY & ECO

EVENTS

JOBS & OPPORTUNITIES

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Find your perfect job!

Here you’ll find all of Llamau’s current openings. Have a look and see if any suit you.

Communications and Events Officer

BCT are looking for a Communications and Events Officer to join their team. They’re an asset-based community development programme working in 13 communities across Wales. You’ll develop BCT’s public profile, work with their Invest Local communities to promote their projects locally, manage their learning and events programme, and support their policy and advocacy work. Read More

One network, one timetable, one ticket: planning buses as a public service for Wales

The Welsh Government are seeking your views on proposals for new bus legislation. This white paper sets out proposals for public transport bus services to better plan and grow the bus network. This will ensure it meets public needs, maximise the value we get for our investment in bus services and break our reliance on private cars. Read More

The clock is ticking

Contact us now to join CEIC’s final cohort in October 2022 and find out how CEIC can support you in contributing to decarbonising Welsh public sector services. This programme is fully funded, click here for further information.

Dine & Do Good

Llamau’s mission is to end homelessness for young people and women in Wales. They believe a home is a right, not a privilege, and one so many people are still sadly denied. They’re working with amazing restaurants, pubs, cafes and takeaways across Wales to help end homelessness for good. Like to know more about how your business can get involved? Read More

Do you work in the education sector?

CEIC are currently recruiting managers from schools and sixth form colleges who are responsible for designing solutions to circular economy issues to join their latest cohort. Read More

Gas & Heating Engineer

Coastal Housing are a team in the truest sense of the word. They value relationships highly, so they invest in them daily. As a result, their workplace culture is open, trusting and respectful. It’s also safe, which is critical to encouraging new ideas and approaches. Read More

Job Opportunities at S4C

Some amazing roles have become available from S4C! Read More

Multi-faceted Administrator

RDM have an opening for a multi-faceted administrator to join their growing organisation on a permanent contract basis, located within their main office (SA6 8PZ). If you are a highly motivated individual with a passion and a desire to contribute to the positive reputation of their business, they would love to hear from you. Read More

Technical Designer & Estimator

Reporting to the Head of Design, the Technical Design & Estimator is pivotal to business growth by changing, developing, and creating products for Ministry of Furniture’s panel production and seeing the product design through to manufacturing. Ensuring the accuracy of estimating and manufacturing through technical drawings and BOMs. Read More

TENDERS & CONTRACTS

Contract Notices for Swansea University

Swansea University wishes to appoint suitably qualified contractors to supply an integrated non-contact optical measurement system, provide external consultancy services for the Value-Based Health and Care Academy, and carry out a final evaluation of the SPECIFIC2 project operation.

Review of ‘To Let’ Signs in Uplands Ward

Swansea Council is seeking to manage the proliferation of ‘To Let’ signs in areas of the Uplands Ward which currently detract from the visual amenity of the area. To tackle this problem, the Council will be looking to appoint a partner to gather evidence to support an application to the Welsh Government to restrict the display of such signs in the area. Interested parties are invited to initially submit an expression of interest to the Council no later than 8th April. Read More

Contract Notices for Swansea Council

Swansea Council are seeking suitably qualified contractors to supply Baxi boiler spares and other gas spares to allow for their maintenance section to carry out repairs on breakdowns, data centre server hardware, up to 10 minibuses, and environmental facilities works to 413 properties In Waunarlywdd. They are also seeking to engage a supplier to evaluate the Pathways to Work Project.

Provision of Kitchen Works at Student Accommodation

Pobl Group intends to establish a contract with suitably qualified and experienced contractor for the provision of kitchen works at student accommodation. Read More

Contract Notices for Pembrokeshire Council

Pembrokeshire Council is seeking suitablity qualified contractors to provide a new SIP telephone system at Haverfordwest High, and canvassing and electoral registration printing.

Pembrokeshire College’s Summer Minor Works 2022

Pembrokeshire College is seeking a provider to carry out the Pembrokeshire College Summer Works programme for 2022. The works will be carried out over two phases. Read More

Contract Notices for Neath Port Talbot Council

Neath Port Talbot Council invites tenders from suitably qualified contractors to provide vehicle breakdown recovery services, an economic and housing growth assessment for Swansea and Neath Port Talbot, and a local housing market assessment.

Contract Notices for Natural Resources Wales

Natural Resources Wales are seeking suitably qualified contractors to provide ice cream and hot and cold drinks, and monitor bottlenose dolphins in the Cardigan Bay SAC and Pen Llyn a’r Sarnau SAC between 2022 and 2026.

Contract Notices for Carmarthenshire Council

Carmarthenshire Council are seeking to appoint suitably qualified contractors to provide independent school and community based counselling services, evaluate Carmarthenshire County Councils’ Community Renewal Fund (CRF) projects, develop 360 drone footage and digital experiences for the Celtic Routes project, and provide activated signs / driver feedback signs.

DEVELOPMENT

The empty Swansea city centre plot where flats and a shop or cafe are planned

The proposals are for a six-storey block comprising 16 flats with a ground floor commercial unit on Orchard Street. The scheme would link back to a building directly behind on High Street. The plan is to convert the first and second storeys of the High Street-facing building, and add a further recessed level of flats on top. In between the two buildings would be enclosed roof gardens featuring shrubs, climbers, bird boxes and pergolas. Read More

£10m job creating Port Talbot Waterfront Property Development Fund launched

Neath Port Talbot Council is launching a new Property Development Fund covering Harbourside, Baglan Energy Park and Baglan Industrial Estate. Eligible schemes will be awarded up to a maximum of 45% of costs and the PDF will aim to fund three schemes of approximately 2000m2 each that could accommodate up to 400 jobs (with the creation of 120 new jobs) over five years. Read More

Key city centre transformation wins prestigious industry applause

Swansea’s new-look Kingsway has won international recognition for its focus on sustainability. The applause comes for a regeneration project that saw the location transformed into a welcoming environment for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists, businesses and public transport users. Swansea Council led the £13m scheme – and the applause comes in the form of a positive assessment in civil engineering scheme Ceequal. Read More

Secret doors and major hidden feature found at historic Swansea theatre

Step by step, The Palace Theatre in High Street is becoming a home for tech, start-up and creative businesses. Behind plaster that is being removed, workers have found numerous blocked up doorways and discovered an orchestra pit in front of the stage. They have also found “some beautiful but worse for wear looking original fittings such as gas lamps and fire exit signs”. Read More

The once drab Swansea council estate now dubbed ‘Balamory’ after it was all turned pastel colours

It was once dingy and gloomy, but now a council estate in Swansea is pastel as far as the eye can see. Soft blues, minty greens, dove greys, peach and vanilla – the sprawling estate either side of Fairwood Road, West Cross, has certainly had a makeover. Read More

Work to start on Pembrokeshire’s new Welsh-language school

Ysgol Gymraeg Bro Penfro in Pembroke will provide places for 210 pupils aged between five and 11, as well as a nursey for 30 pupils and a Cylch Meithrin for children under the age of three. Morgan Sindall Construction is expected to start work on the school in May 2022, with the school set to open in September 2023. The school will be located on the site of the old Pembroke School at Bush Hill, near Henry Tudor School. Read More

SWANSEA BAY CITY DEAL

Entire Swansea Bay City Deal Portfolio Approved by UK and Welsh Governments

The Swansea Bay City Deal has achieved a monumental milestone, with all nine transformational projects and programmes approved by the UK Government and Welsh Government. The focus of the portfolio – estimated to attract £1.3 billion of investment by 2033 – now moves to the delivery phase, and will provide opportunities for many businesses and residents across South West Wales, in addition to boosting the region’s economic recovery. Read More

BUSINESS NEWS

New Shop and New Service for Pet Entrepreneurs

Swansea based Dewkes Pet Store are celebrating the rapid growth of their business with the opening of a second shop in Sketty and the launch of a new subscription service. Known for its dog spa and grooming service as well as the extensive range of nutritious foods it stocks for a wide variety of pets, one aspect of the independent family-run business that makes it stand out is the “farm-house” feel to each store. Read More

Pembrokeshire duo succeed opening cocktail business On The Rocks

Jess Webb and Sam Lewtas opened premium small batch cocktail business, On The Rocks Pembrokeshire, at the end of last year, offering vegan and gluten free cocktails. Karen Neville, teacher and previous enterprise champion at Pembrokeshire College said: “Jess really made the most of all the support that was on offer to her while here at Pembrokeshire College. I am very proud to be able to watch On The Rocks grow into a successful business.” Read More

Popular Mumbles cafe bar Cakes and Ale is expanding – with Fish Cakes and Ale

Fish Cakes and Ale is a new start up offering “something new” in the promenade with premium quality fish, fish cakes and chips. With the new premises being only a few footsteps away from it’s popular sister restaurant, Cakes and Ale, customers will be able to use a designated app to order goods from the takeaway to enjoy whilst in the comfort of the familiar restaurant. The licensed premises will also offer beverages alongside its food. Read More

American BBQ restaurant Cattle & Co opening in Swansea city centre

Cattle & Co. will take up the site of the former Three Lamps bar on Castle Square, creating 40 jobs. The original Cattle & Co. opened in Clydach, Swansea before moving to Llanelli in 2021, taking over an iconic Grade II listed building and the site of the former Sospan restaurant. The success of the Llanelli branch is attributed to Cattle & Co’s unique take on beautifully smoked, tender brisket and twists on comfort classics such as Mac ‘n’ Cheese. Read More

The Swansea handyman who will fix your garden fence for free in return for a chat, a game of chess or a good book

If you’re on a low-income, have a disability, or have few people around in life able to help you, when something goes wrong or needs doing in your home or garden, it can be a nightmare. Enter Ash Haynes, a 30-year-old domestic cleaner, gardener and landscaper living in Brynmill, who is offering his services to those in need in exchange for a chat, a good book, or even a game of chess (and even that is optional). Read More

The restaurants and pubs seeing a surge in trade because of the new Swansea Arena

Swansea’s brand new arena may only have been open for a handful of shows, but businesses around the area say they have already noticed a boost. The first week for the long-anticipated 3,500 capacity venue saw comedian John Bishop become the first official act to perform. Ahead of the show, it seems as if audience members made a night of it by visiting local restaurants for a bite to eat, or nearby pubs to get a few drinks inside them before heading inside. Read More

Llanelli has launched its own Deliveroo-style service and it’s free to everyone

Llanelli town centre has launched their own Deliveroo-style service for people in the area. The delivery scheme, ‘DeliverElli ‘ delivers products straight from local businesses to customers’ doors. Coordinated by Ymlaen Llanelli Business Improvement District (BID) and funded by the UK Government, the initiative will allow town centre businesses to offer an eco-friendly delivery service to their local customers, completely free of charge. Read More

New innovation-focused business forum launched for Neath Port Talbot

A new business forum has been launched for Neath Port Talbot. The NPT Innovation Exchange will bring together construction, digital, technology, engineering and manufacturing firms for purposeful collaboration and economic benefit. Launched at an online event on the afternoon of March 23, the NPT Innovation Exchange is hosted by Neath Port Talbot Council in partnership with 4theRegion. Read More

Everybody’s Business

We are all part of the social fabric, the strength of which can be an important influence on our wellbeing as communities and individuals. We all have a responsibility to build and maintain the relationships, connections and understandings which make up that social fabric. Cohesion is a shared objective, in which every person, community and organisation has a role to play. So how can we support social cohesion? A new report from Belong looks at just that! Read More

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCE

How Fingers Could Point to a Link Between Low Testosterone and Covid Hospitalizations

Could the length of a person’s fingers provide a clue to how ill they might get after contracting Covid-19? Read about how new research involving Swansea University is helping to add to the understanding of Covid-19 and may bring us closer to improving the repertoire of anti-viral drugs, helping to shorten hospital stays and reduce mortality rates.

CIRCULAR ECONOMY & ENVIRONMENT

German energy company planning ‘gigawatt-scale’ floating wind projects off Port Talbot and Pembrokeshire coasts

RWE, which is already Wales’ biggest power producer, is working with ABP to see whether facilities at the ports can be “scaled-up” to support a number of gigawatt-scale floating wind projects. They said that they were looking at the potential for transforming infrastructure at Port Talbot and Pembroke Dock into hubs for the manufacture, assembly and loadout of high-tech floating wind turbines and foundations, bound for the Celtic Sea. Read More

University Shines a Light on Why Recycling is So Vital

Swansea University showed its commitment to sustainability by going green to mark Global Recycling Day. Fulton House at the heart of its Singleton Park campus was illuminated with green lights to celebrate and raise awareness of recycling and how everyone can play their part. Read More

Net Zero Industry Wales Established to Support Decarbonisation of Welsh Industry

Net Zero Industry Wales will work with an existing group of 40 business and academic partners operating within a wide range of energy-intensive industries to help them achieve net zero. This will require an average annual reduction in Welsh emissions of 1.3 million tonnes of CO2e (from 2018 levels). Read More

How do we get there?

We all have a part to play in the transition to a greener, healthier, more equal, more integrated, more accessible and more affordable transport system. We need to work collaboratively to address the challenges we face, to create flourishing local places, connected by inclusive and sustainable transport that meets the needs of businesses, serves communities, and improves wellbeing across the region. So how do we get there?  Read More

Llandeilo’s Ysgol Bro Dinefwr strives to become first carbon neutral school in Wales

Pupils at a Carmarthenshire secondary school are striving to become the first carbon neutral school in Wales. Pupils have been involved in their school’s bid to tackle climate change, not only coming up with their own ideas but helping to manage resources such as its outdoor learning area where they plant, tend to and pick fruit and vegetables to be used as part of school meals. Read More

Welsh solar farm exceeds expectations in powering Swansea hospital

Health chiefs and Welsh Government ministers had hoped the solar farm would supply Morriston Hospital with a fifth of its energy consumption every year. However, they were surprised and pleased that the Brynwhilach Farm, which is linked to Morriston by a two-mile cable, provided enough energy over one 50-hour period to meet 100% of the hospital’s demands. Read More

VISITOR ECONOMY & TOURISM

Swansea Comic and Gaming Convention 2022: Guests, activities and everything you need to know

A celebration of “all things geek” is set to take place, with the return of the Swansea Comic and Gaming Convention. This year’s event looks set to be the biggest and best yet, with a brand new venue and huge line up of guests. There will also be a whole host of activities, opportunities to try out old and new games and the chance to dress up as one of your favourite characters to be in with a chance of winning a prize as part of a cosplay competition. Read More

Swansea Pride 2022: Everything you need to know as celebrations return to the city

The streets of Swansea are set to be transformed into a sea of colour and rainbow flags this month as Swansea Pride festival returns to the city. The festival, which celebrates the LGBTQ+ community and raises awareness of LGBTQ+ issues in the city, will predominantly take place this year on Saturday, April 30, 2022. Most of the festivities will be based at the National Waterfront Museum and Museum Green in Swansea city centre, but additional events are expected to take place in other locations too. Read More

Almost 30 years on people can go and see Jurassic Park again in the old Welsh cinema where it had its UK premiere

It was back in the summer of 1993 when Jurassic Park had its UK release. Perturbed by the fact that it was not going to be shown in the only cinema in Carmarthen – the Lyric Theatre – the woman running the venue, Liz Evans, together with then-mayor, Richard Goodridge, decided to act. They sent a fax to the film’s director, Steven Spielberg, explaining their displeasure and imploring him to do something to help. The rest, as they say, is history. Read More

Swansea Street Food Festival Returns in 2022

Street Food Warehouse is delighted to announce that this Easter, after a two year hiatus, Swansea Street Food Festival is finally returning to Museum Park on 15th – 17th April with an array of outstanding street food traders! Street Food Warehouse cannot wait to serve the hungry residents of Swansea some of the tastiest street food this country has to offer! Read More

Swansea is getting a new indoor and outdoor carting track in Gower

An indoor and outdoor carting track is to be installed at a popular family favourite destination in the Gower. Perriswood Archery and Falconry Centre is expanding its family entertainment offering of archery, air rifles, bird of prey displays and airsoft shooting with carting. Children aged 4-12 years will be able to get behind the wheel as the centre invests in creating what it hopes will be the perfect day out for all ages. Read More

Pembrokeshire’s LGBT-friendly cabaret opens in Milford Haven

Pembrokeshire’s first dedicated cabaret venue is offering a different kind of night out. Boulevard Showbar, based at the former Astoria on Charles Street in Milford Haven, features cocktails, live entertainment and food with menus tailored to individual events. The venue’s resident drag artiste, Miss Kitty, will be performing her show ‘Thursdays are a Drag’ each week, while singers, groups, comedians and tribute acts will perform on the weekends. Read More

Swansea Bay Pop Up returns to Singleton Park

Swansea’s home-grown street food celebration, The Swansea Bay Pop Up, will return to Singleton Park this month. The outdoor dining experience, which takes place under a big top tent, will be bringing local street food, drink and entertainment for the third year running and promises to be even bigger and better. Read More

So many great activities to get us all out and about!

Come rain or shine, beaches are excellent places to learn about the natural world and connect with nature. Check out Natural Resources Wales’ education pages for family-friendly activities to enjoy by the coast. Read More

EDUCATION

Launching a Sea of Stories in Pembroke Dock

A special event on 22 March 2022, held at the Pembroke Dock Ferry Terminal, launched a new mural by the Pembrokeshire artist Robert Jakes. ‘Sea of Stories’ is a ceramic mural that maps the Irish Sea between Wales and Ireland, telling the hidden histories of this space and the coastlines that it connects. Wildlife, wrecks and transatlantic cables all lie below the surface of the water, along with myths and memories. Read More

UWTSD Theatre Design & Production graduate creates props and scenery for the BRIT Awards

Jake Linzey is the Managing Director of Leviathan Workshop, the company responsible for producing props and scenery for KSI, Anne-Marie & Digital Farm Animals performances at the BRIT Awards. Jake reached out to industry colleague, UWTSD props & scenery lecturer Dave Atkinson, to assist with this production. Dave welcomed the opportunity as it is a prime example of demonstrating the skills taught to first years Set & Production Design students. Read More

“We’ll come out with a much stronger workforce!”

Bluestone, Swansea Bay University Health Board and Tredz, are among the hundreds of Welsh organisations currently reaping the benefits of fully funded training. From business administration and marketing, to sector-specific accredited courses across housing, manufacturing, and green technology; Gower College Swansea has nearly 100 fully funded courses available for businesses to utilise. Read More

Cilfrew school children say ‘Twenty’s Plenty’ as new 20mph speed limit is introduced

Pupils from Cilffriw Primary School in Neath Port Talbot helped to celebrate the launch of a new 20mph speed restriction in the village as part of a Welsh Government trial to reduce the national speed limit from 30mph to 20mph in residential areas. Cilfrew Village is one of eight areas chosen to take part in the pilot scheme following the Welsh Government’s announcement in 2019 that 20mph should be the default speed limit on all residential roads in Wales. Read More

Swansea opens creative hub to support digital art innovators

A new creative hub is being developed in Swansea to help local artists and creative industries come together to learn skills that make best use of digital platforms taking shape in the city centre. Acting as a creative network that will assist the professional development of those who get involved, the creative hub will support South West Wales as a whole. Read More

NPTC Group of Colleges Wins Big Whilst Hosting Prestigious Skills Awards

NPTC Group of Colleges had a night to remember when it hosted the Inspiring Skills Awards 2022.  An event made even better with another bumper year for medals and the College winning two gold medals, seven silver and two bronze. This year, the hybrid awards ceremony was held virtually, with six satellite events taking place at Welsh providers, so that friends and families from all over Wales could watch. Read More

On The Right Track . . . Students Earn Praise After Ffos Las Race Day Takeover

Students who took charge of Ffos Las for race day in a ground-breaking collaboration have been congratulated on a job well done. Working alongside new Ffos Las general manager Kevin Hire, the tourism and events students from the University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) rolled up their sleeves and got stuck in to help produce a memorable day’s racing for the public in glorious early spring sunshine. Read More

UPCOMING EVENTS

Baby & Me
Every Monday 10:00 – 11:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Self Help Book Club!
Every Monday 16:00 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Customs Procedures & Documentation
5 April 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Food For The Region
5 April 10:00 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by 4theRegion
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Community Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 12:00 – 12:50
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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‘Ticking’: Ellie Rees in conversation with Alan Bilton
5 April 13:00 – 14:00
Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea University
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Women’s Outdoor Walking Group
Every Tuesday 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Choirs For Good
Every Tuesday 17:45 – 18:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Pilates
Every Tuesday 18:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Pregnancy Yoga
Every Tuesday 19:00 – 20:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Physiotherapy Clinic Sessions
6 April 09:00 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Managing Attendance with a Wellbeing Approach
6 April 10:00 – 11:00
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Getting Around Pennard, Bishopston & Gower – Let’s Talk About Transport Challenges & Solutions!
6 April 11:30 – 13:30
Bishopston Community Centre, Swansea
Hosted by 4theRegion in partnership with Swansea Council for Voluntary Services and Swansea Environmental Forum
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‘Brittle with Relics’: Richard King in conversation with Kirsti Bohata
6 April 12:00 – 13:00
Taliesin Centre, Swansea University
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Bay Beach Clean
6 April 13:00 – 15:00
Swansea University Bay Campus
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Virtual Open Evening – Teacher Training
6 April 19:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Introbiz Swansea and West Wales Expo Breakfast with Shane Williams and Ian Gough
7 April 07:30 – 09:30
Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Hosted by Introbiz Swansea and West Wales
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Agents & Distributors
7 April 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Introbiz Swansea and West Wales Expo
7 April 10:00 – 17:00
Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Hosted by Introbiz Swansea and West Wales
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Relax, Restore Revive, Lunchtime Reset
7 April 12:50 – 13:20
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Wales Virtual Networking
7 April 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Kill For A Seat Comedy
7 April 19:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Online Taster Sessions – Advocacy & Sociology
7 April 19:00 – 20:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Gong Bath
8 April
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Job Search Support
First Thursday of Every Month 10:00 – 12:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Walking for Wellbeing
Every Thursday 12:00
Sea wall opposite the Secret Cafe, Swansea
Hosted by The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Singleton Beach clean
8 April 12:00 – 14:30
Discovery Office, Fulton House, Swansea University
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Free Homeopathic Clinic
Every Thursday 12:30 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Gardening for and with Nature Course
8 April 13:30 – 15:30
National Botanic Garden of Wales, Llanarthne
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Swansea Comic and Gaming Convention
9 & 10 April 10:00 – 18:00
Swansea Arena
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Men’s Shed
Every Friday 11:45 – 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Make & Take: My Family Tree
9 – 12 April 12:30 – 15:30
National Waterfront Museum
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Men’s Tai Chi Class
8 Week Class Every Friday 13:45 – 14:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Embrace You! Women’s Wellbeing Group
Every Friday 15:00 – 16:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Classical Association Annual Conference
9 April 20:00 – 10 April 22:30
Brangwyn Hall, Swansea
Hosted by Swansea University
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Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon (U, 2019)
10 April 14:30
National Waterfont Museum, Swansea
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Anahata Svara – Kirtan
Every Saturday 18:30 – 19:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Cartoon Circus
11 April 13:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Men’s Health and Wellbeing
12 April 13:30 – 14:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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NPT INNOVATION EXCHANGE (3)
13 April 10:00 – 12:00
Online
Hosted by 4theRegion and NPTCBC
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Wales Virtual Networking
14 April 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Kids Easter Party
14 April 13:30 – 15:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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The Big Museum Easter Trail
15 – 18 April 10:00 – 15:00
National Waterfont Museum, Swansea
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Fermented Food & Gut Health Workshop
16 April 10:30 – 12:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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#TheCAEFootball
16 April 13:00 – 15:00
LC Swansea
Hosted by The Centre for African Entrepreneurship
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The John Verity Band
16 April 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Physiotherapy Clinic Sessions
20 April 09:00 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Secrets of Survival
20 April 10:00 – 15:00
The Egypt Centre, Swansea University
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Online Taster Sessions – Early Years
20 April 11:00 & 18:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Make & Take: My Family Tree
20 – 23 April 12:30 – 15:30
National Waterfront Museum
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Secrets of Survival
21 April 10:00 – 15:00
The Egypt Centre, Swansea University
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Stress Management in the Workplace
21 April 12:00 – 13:00
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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UWTSD Period Dignity Workshop
21 April 16:00 – 17:00
Y Fforwm, SA1 Campus, Swansea
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Arrested Development: European Tour 2022
21 April 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Secrets of Survival
22 April 10:00 – 15:00
The Egypt Centre, Swansea University
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Meet 4theRegion | Who is 4theRegion?
22 April 13:00 – 15:00
Online
Hosted by 4theRegion
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Book Swap
23 & 24 April 11:00 – 16:00
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Reawakening through Dance!
23 April 14:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Sound Journey (soundbath)
23 April 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway (U, 2021)
24 April
National Waterfront Museum, Swansea
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Export Documentation
27 April 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Long Covid- Returning to Work after Covid-19
27 April 11:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Online Taster Sessions – Youth Work and Social Education
27 April 18:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Rhod Gilbert – The Book of John
28 April
Swansea Arena
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Relax, Restore Revive, Lunchtime Reset
28 April 12:50 – 13:20
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Wales Virtual Networking
28 April 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Circular economy and net-zero: two sides of the same coin?
28 April 13:30 – 15:00
Hosted by CEIC Wales
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NPT INNOVATION EXCHANGE (4)
29 April 10:00 – 12:00
Online
Hosted by 4theRegion and NPTCBC
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Rob Brydon – A Night Of Songs And Laughter
30 April
Swansea Arena
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#TheCAEFootball
30 April 13:00 – 15:00
LC Swansea
Hosted by The Centre for African Entrepreneurship
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TOO GOOD TO GO
18 May 10:00
Hosted by CEIC Wales
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