February 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

Careers at DVLA

They’ve got loads of career opportunities at DVLA – including some jobs you’d never expect. Take a look

Jobs and Working at UWTSD

UWTSD are proud of their dedicated and talented employees and they work together as a team to make a difference to the lives of their students and the communities they serve. ‘Transforming education, transforming lives’ is their mission. If you would like to join them on this journey and make a difference too, then they would love to hear from you. Read More

CampusLife Enquiries Assistant

Applications are invited for the position of CampusLife Enquiries Assistant in the Department of Student Services at Swansea University. The CampusLife Enquiries Assistant will provide an entry point for students and other enquirers to access information, advice and guidance on a wide range of student life issues. Read More

Current Vacancies at Caredig

Caredig always look forward to welcoming new people into their organisation; people who want to make a positive difference to the lives of tenants and find ways to help Caredig develop vibrant, inclusive communities. Read More

Careers at Pobl

Pobl work together as a team. They have great ideas, masses of experience and a huge passion for delivering a difference in people’s lives. They are looking for an Apprentice Asset Officer and an Assistant Cook.

Jobs at Natural Resources Wales

Natural resources in Wales are fantastic. It’s the job of Natural Resources Wales (NRW) to look after these natural resources and what they provide for us. The people who work in NRW have the knowledge, expertise, and passion to help make the sustainable management of natural resources a reality. Read More

Job Opportunities at Llamau

Llamau are hiring! Join the team and be part of a fast-paced, dynamic company, working everyday towards a Wales without homelessness. They have roles available from fundraising to support work. Read More

Work in forests or woodlands in Wales? Natural Resources Wales want to hear from you

If you work in woodlands or forests in Wales or you rely on them as part of your business, over the next few weeks, you can help to make a crucial contribution to your industry by taking part in this quick 15 minute survey, so that the increasingly important role of trees and timber to the UK economy is recognised.

All Wales LGBT+ Network Public Outreach

Dyfed-Powys Police want to know how they can build stronger relationships with their LGBT+ community, and they’d like to hear your experiences and suggestions for the future. Take the survey

Job Vacancies at NPTC Group of Colleges
NPTC Group of Colleges is a thriving Further Education College, employing nearly 900 professional and dedicated staff, on a full-time, part-time and sessional basis, across 9 campuses throughout Neath Port Talbot and Powys. Read More

Current Jobs at Gower College Swansea
Gower College Swansea’s mission is to inspire and support their learners to achieve their full potential through the delivery of the highest quality of education and training. Thanks to their highly committed and talented staff, they are able to provide outstanding learning and training opportunities for young people, adults and employers across South West Wales. Read More

Work with the National Botanic Garden of Wales
The Garden offers a range of job opportunities from horticulture and education to administration and catering. All types of job opportunities currently available at the National Botanic Garden of Wales will be listed here.

Become a Volunteer for Reengage’s Activity Groups in Wales

Reengage’s new activity groups will bring together people (over 75) in local communities across Wales through initiating and running activity-based groups to help reduce loneliness, social isolation and improve physical wellbeing. The groups will use community spaces to host a range of activities which can be anything from dancing, chair yoga and gardening to tai chi, light fitness classes or boules. Read More

Job opportunities in Swansea Council’s Nature Conservation Team

Swansea Council is seeking to appoint three suitably qualified and experienced staff to be based in its Nature Conservation Team; two Community Green space/Nature Project Officers (Salary: £33,782 – £37,890 per annum) and a Natural Environment Volunteer Co-ordinator (Salary: £29,577 – £32,910 per annum).

Brand Activation Assistant

Original Cottage’s wonderful Brand Activation Assistant Charlotte is going on maternity leave in April so they’re looking to hire her cover. It’s a temporary Brand/Marketing Assistant role that will be mostly remote but travel within Wales will be required, so applicants can be from anywhere around the country. The job is listed here.

TENDERS & CONTRACTS

Contract Notices for Pembrokeshire County Council

Pembrokeshire Council seek suitably qualified contractors to provide a supported living services framework agreement, traffic management services, a finale cross-border participatory art commission for Ancient Connections, and trainers, consultants or facilitators to deliver a “Festival and Event Business Training, Marketing and Network Support Programme”.

Brand, Design and Corporate Communications Strategy

The Development Bank of Wales is seeking to appoint a company to refresh and update the brand. The deadline for responses is Thursday 24th February at 12pm. Read More

Contract Notices for Swansea University

Swansea University is seeking to appoint contractors to provide a a drone-mounted ground-penetrating radar (GPR) system, a 3-phase grid emulator with galvanic isolation and HiL capability, and mobile app development services.

Contract Notices for Swansea Council

Swansea Council is seeking contractors to provide UPVC Window replacement, redevelopment of the Grade 2 listed Laboratory Building at Hafod Copperworks, 1,000 laptops, local bus services, planned preventative maintenance of electronic doors and induction loops at Swansea City, new playground equipment at Penllegaer Primary School, and drainage. They are also offering the opportunity to submit bids for street trading pitches within Swansea including Swansea Seafront.

Street Arts Infrastructure and Festival Plan

Swansea Council will shortly be inviting applications from suitably qualified and experienced creative partnerships to assess the optimum methodology for creating a street arts infrastructure in Swansea. Read More

Framework Agreement for Environmental Partners

A framework to engage with local environmental partners to support project delivery as part of the Climate Change and Nature Recovery Strategy. The framework providers will work with Swansea Council to support the delivery of net zero Swansea by 2050. Read More

Contract Notices for Natural Resources Wales

Natural Resources Wales are seeking suitably qualified contractors to provide general site maintenance, repair, landscaping, fencing and grass cutting of hydrometry and telemetry sites across Wales, review and improve the Projects section of the NRW Permissions Process, provide semi-quantification of compounds identified by LCMS screening, and provide a Ball Mill laboratory homogeniser for environmental samples.

Contract Notices for University of Wales Trinity Saint David

The National Centre for Learning Welsh wishes to appoint an individual or company to create a digital resource entitled Croeso i Bawb for their website. The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is also seeking to appoint suitably qualified and experienced consultants to conduct 3 feasability studies and a business plan.

Verge Mowing including strimming work

This specification is for the cutting by mechanical means of highway grass verges on County Class 1, Class 2, Class 3 and unclassified roads in the County of Carmarthenshire. Read More

Provision of Utility Services

Coastal Housing Group is seeking a suitably qualified contractor to provide utility consultancy services including but not limited to procurement services for new and existing supply energy contracts, utility portfolio management, utility supply management, and invoice validation and query management. Read More

Parent Peer Advocacy & Support Service

PAN (Parent Advocacy Network) West Glamorgan, Neath Port Talbot Council and Swansea Council are currently developing ideas to create a new ‘Parent Peer Advocacy and Support Service’. Read More

DEVELOPMENT

Planning approval and first occupants announced for Swansea’s City Centre Community Hub

Work can now start to transform the former BHS/What! building. Plans reveal a striking fresh design just yards from a new-look Castle Square Gardens, Kingsway and Wind Street. The structure – built in the 1950s – will have large windows and glazing to show activity and a welcoming ethos. Translucent cladding could be backlit to act as a beacon to help attract visitors. It could be home to a library, archive service, contact centre and other key council services. Read More

Copr Bay £34.6 million boost for regional businesses

New figures show how regional businesses, ranging from engineering and decorating to flooring and landscaping, have benefitted from working on the construction of Copr Bay phase one. Swansea-based businesses benefitted from £17.9m of the £34.6m spend. Businesses elsewhere in Wales outside the Swansea Bay City Region benefitted from a further spend of £18.7m. Read More

Why there’s a huge crane hovering over Swansea city centre as long awaited renovation work finally starts

There’s a giant crane just up the road from 4theRegion’s office. It’s there because the historic Palace Theatre, a 134-year-old grade two listed building, is being transformed into a home for tech, start-up and creative businesses. The council has appointed Tramshed Tech as the lead tenant to run the building, which could reopen next year. It is being transformed by R&M Williams Ltd which has a track record of working with heritage buildings. Read More

Town centre location revealed for Carmarthen’s exciting new Hwb development

The former Debenhams in St Catherine’s Walk is the preferred location for the Carmarthen Hwb, which will bring together a range of health, wellbeing, learning and cultural services. People will be able to access health and social care services, a state of the art gym, employment support, public services, university facilities and lifelong learning opportunities. It is hoped the Hwb will also be home to some of Carmarthenshire’s museum collections. Read More

One of Swansea’s most famous pubs is about to be turned into student accommodation

It’s great to see derelict sites put to new uses! A pub where someone once turned up at the bar with a horse is about to be turned into a three-storey 72-bedroom student property. The warmly remembered Cape Horner pub was once at the heart of the St Thomas community, but closed in 2010. Read More

Work starts on new £8.25m primary school for Pembrey

The new school building will provide high-quality teaching facilities to improve the overall learning experience for learners, as well as benefitting the local community. The new school will have capacity for 270 primary pupils, 30 nursery pupils and will incorporate a Flying Start facility which is currently located in a mobile classroom on the current school site. Read More

Construction work begins on Grade II-listed Milford Waterfront building

Quay Stores on the marina will have more than £1.5million invested into it, to carry out building work, such as replacing the roof. Across the next few months, John Weaver Contractors Ltd will demolish the rear warehouse and erect scaffolding to enable surveys to be undertaken. It is after the surveys that the roof will be replaced and works will be conducted in accordance with the listed buildings consent. Read More

Planning go ahead confirmed for major Afan Valley adventure resort development

Conditional planning permission for a new development team to take forward the transformational project has now been granted after the signing of a legal agreement. The Afan Valley adventure resort project could create hundreds of jobs and provide significant social and environmental benefits for the Afan Valley and surrounding areas. Read More

SWANSEA BAY CITY DEAL

New bands and micro-festival announced for ‘housewarming’ party at Swansea Arena

The curtain is about to go up at Swansea Arena – a few weeks earlier than expected. The 3,500 capacity venue is to host two housewarming events before officially beginning its launch season in March. The first show features local bands The Vega Bodegas, Inscape, and The Now, with Trampolene headlining. It’s followed by a micro-festival featuring local talent King Goon, The Orange Circus, Lost Tuesday Society, Cities, Fallen Temples, Pearler and Prosperina. Read More

BUSINESS NEWS

Buying more from each other

Did you know if every individual and business in South West Wales spent an extra £100 a year with regional businesses we’d have an extra £108m circulating and multiplying in our economy? This doesn’t just keep more wealth in our local economy. Buying more from each other helps develop supply chains and creates more opportunities for people and businesses. Read More

New project set to support 100s back into the job market

Landsker Business Solutions Ltd. is helping local people to develop their career prospects and get back into work with its new project, Routes. Routes will support people aged 25 and over throughout Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion through the provision of career support, volunteering opportunities and free online training courses. Read More

The driving instructor who’s swapped the hot seat and set up his own Swansea restaurant

Mark Elliot has opened Foxy’s in High Street in Swansea. He said: “I have a driving school, which is a priority business. This firm is born from that as we have limited places to eat. We do everything we get for lunch – it’s about variety. The original plan was almost to create like a Subway where you can get sandwiches, jacket potatoes, curries and hot dogs. We are in a place where there are lots of students.” Read More

Port of Milford Haven Appoints New CEO

The Port of Milford Haven, the UK’s largest energy port based in South West Wales, has announced the appointment of Tom Sawyer as its new Chief Executive. Tom will officially start his position at the end of April 2022, taking over from Andy Jones who previously announced his decision to step down from the role. Read More

Exciting News from Barry Training Services

Barry Training Services Ltd (BTS) have just moved their Port Talbot branch to a larger premises to meet the growing demand of training courses. The new premises is double in size to their previous centre in Baglan, Port Talbot, and is currently undergoing a huge development to completely change the layout and increase the capacity for courses that can be delivered there. They’ll have 4 large classrooms, with additional areas for Lift Truck and Plant training. Read More

The wild-looking burgers a group of Swansea friends are making in the city

A group of childhood friends have created what are probably the wildest-looking burgers in Swansea with bold coloured buns and mouth watering ingredients! ‘Madbuns’ opened last year after the self confessed “foodies” spotted a potential gap in the market. Based in St Helen’s Road, the team have all grown up within the area and have created their own take on American-style smash burgers, with a twist. Read More

The new coffee and pie shop inspired by Australia that’s opened in Swansea

Billy Howes and Tash Small are behind Bogan’s Bakery, having started the business from their kitchen in Gowerton during the pandemic. Billy Howes said: “We had just come back from Australia, where there were these two insane pie shops, and we were looking to replicate it over here. They were the equivalent of our pasties, being served in the middle of the day, and they were so tasty and so full of ingredients, it was something that was real soul food.” Read More

Workforce Investment at Ministry of Furniture

Ministry of Furniture has invested in its workforce, creating seven positions, six of them new recruits, on the back of an expansion and diversification of its services, a move prompted initially by the Covid-19 pandemic. The appointments span design, production and operations. Read More

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCE

UWTSD sponsors IRONKIDS Wales as part of its partnership with one of the world’s most prestigious triathlon brands

The IRONKIDS event offers young athletes the opportunity to feel the excitement of competition while enjoying the outdoors and promoting healthy living. The partnership also provides opportunities for students and staff to collaborate with IRONMAN on areas related to the University’s portfolio including sports, health and wellbeing, tourism, hospitality, events management as well as film and media. Read More

Life saving heart pump to go into production this year creating 100 jobs in Swansea

A life saving heart pump developed by a Swansea medtech firm is expected to go into production later this year, creating around a hundred jobs. Severe heart failure is the most life-threatening medical condition in all age groups across the globe. Calon Cardio Technology, based at Swansea University, will produce implantable heart pumps, known as Ventricular Assist Devices (or VADs), which have proven to sustainably increase long term survival. Read More

First look at large new health and wellbeing centre coming to Cross Hands in Carmarthenshire

The aim is to develop an integrated health and social care network of services for the Amman Gwendraeth area, and the construction of a wellbeing centre. The new site would provide a base for health and care services which would accommodate two local GP practices, a library, family centre, community pharmacy, community police support and voluntary sector groups. Read More

Wellbeing Resources – COVID-19 Pandemic

The pandemic has brought with it all sorts of additional challenges to our physical and mental health. To help you manage these, Wellbeing through Work have put together a range of free wellbeing resources that can be accessed online. They’ve developed a series of online modules covering a range of topics that may help to improve your wellbeing. They provide practical advice on maintaining your physical and mental health during the outbreak and beyond. Read More

CIRCULAR ECONOMY & ENVIRONMENT

What is green recovery?

When the pandemic hit global economies, governments pledged to rebuild, create jobs and spark growth. But many people recognised we can’t just go back to doing things the way we did before. So what would our rebuilt economy look like? We need to think about the problem of “growth”. Traditional ideas of economic recovery have focussed on growth, but wouldn’t it be better for us to be aiming for wellbeing, whether or not the economy grows? Read More

New ‘green’ bus shelters in Swansea will help improve air quality

Swansea is set to have its first installation of environmentally friendly bus shelters along main public transport routes in the city. 10 new ‘green roof’ bus shelters will feature natural plants on top, which can help filter out dust particles and contribute to better air quality. The ‘green’ bus shelters will be installed along the roadside at Mumbles Road, Oystermouth Road, Quay Parade, Walter Road and St Helen’s Road. Read More

More wind farms, electric cars, and a tidal lagoon – the £4bn plan to tackle climate change in South West Wales

A report has found region will need £4.3bn in investment by 2035 to tackle climate change. We’ll need to reduce carbon emissions by 58% in the domestic heat and power sector, 56% in the commercial and industrial sector and 51% in road transport. This means more wind and solar farms, more electric cars, a tidal lagoon, and the creation of around sixteen thousand new jobs! Read More

Green scheme helps to breathe new life into used inhalers

A group of GP practices has launched a new scheme to help the environment by recycling inhalers that are no longer needed. Patients can hand in their used inhalers at local pharmacies. When inhalers are thrown away and end up in landfil. Choosing to recycle them instead not only helps to dispose of them safely but reduces the amount of greenhouses gases released, while also recycling the hard plastic holder. Read More

Initiative Launches to Help Swansea Become a Net Zero city by 2050

Swansea Council is calling on business and organisations to deliver projects to help the city in its fight for the planet’s future. Projects they could help with may range from the running of community hubs to delivering projects offering sustainable food or transport solutions. A tender process has just started as the council starts building its environmental partner framework. Read More

The very different new look for the Swansea city centre hotel that closed temporarily in mysterious circumstances

One of Swansea’s best known hotels is set to receive a very different look – following a growing trend around the city centre. The Dragon Hotel, which can be found along The Kingsway, could soon have a new eco-friendly appearance, with proposals for an eye-catching green wall to its exterior and the replacement of existing windows on three facades of the building. Read More

Plans for £1bn-plus floating offshore windfarms off the West Wales coast revealed

Pembrokeshire based Hiraeth Energy and Norwegian firm Magnora Offshore Wind said the two projects would have tidal energy capacity to provide the energy needs of half the homes in Wales. The floating offshore wind projects – Môr Glas and Môr Gwyrdd – in the Celtic Sea have capacity to generate up to 700 megawatt of wind energy. The partnership is committed to 10% community ownership in the projects. Read More

Information hub opens to help households cut energy bills

Commissioned by Swansea Council and run by the Environment Centre Swansea with the help of specialist partners, the Energy Awareness Hub aims to help households with free, accessible and independent support. This will include information to all on how to better insulate homes, switch energy providers and access support on welfare rights. Read More

Morriston Hospital ‘farm’ gets the green light

Swansea Bay University Health Board has revealed plans to develop a “farm” on land near Morriston Hospital, providing opportunities to promote healthy eating and wellbeing. Giving local people the opportunity to grow and eat healthy locally sourced food will help reduce pressures on the health service. It would also reduce the hospital’s carbon footprint, with fresh food literally coming from across the road! Read More

Historic canal towpath given new lease of life in Swansea

Nearly one and half kilometres of historic canal tow path in Swansea has been given a new lease of life as a new walking and cycling route. The route, in the Swansea community of Clydach, has been topped with a new accessible two metre wide tarmac surface to create a new shared use path for walkers and cyclists. Read More

University Praised for Pioneering Work Championing the Importance of a Circular Economy

Swansea University’s commitment to promoting a circular economy has won international recognition. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has named it as an exemplar university for the range of activities it carries out, not only through research and teaching but also in the way it runs its campuses. The Foundation aims to accelerate the transition from our linear economy (make, use, dispose) to a circular economy, which is restorative and regenerative by design. Read More

‘Development of national significance’ for three wind turbines

A proposal for a three 4.3MW turbine wind farm on land near Valero, to the east of Rhoscrowther has been submitted by Keith McKinney for Rhoscrowther Wind Farm Limited, and it is said to have the potential to generate enough energy to power around 9,900 homes. Read More

VISITOR ECONOMY & TOURISM

Carmarthenshire Museum to open for National Gallery painting exhibition

People will be able to see Jean-Siméon Chardin’s ‘The House of Cards’, a painting from the National Gallery’s masterpiece collection, which was painted by the French artist in around 1740–1. Carmarthenshire Museum was chosen by the National Gallery as one of only three museums in the UK to exhibit part of its collection. The museum, in Abergwili, re-opens following completion of the first phase of restoration by Carmarthenshire County Council, which has invested significantly to create a better environment for museum collections. Read More

An international wine fair is coming to Swansea in June

We all know Swansea and wine go hand-in-hand – just have a look at Wind Street on Beaujolais Day each November – but there’s a new wine event coming to town this summer. Hosted by Swansea-based wine seller, N.D. John Wine Merchants, the new “Swansea International Wine Fair 2022” has just been announced and promises to transform the National Waterfront Museum into a “wine, beer and spirits wonderland”. Read More

Escape is confirmed for Swansea’s Singleton Park for summer 2022

If you ask Swansea locals what parties or festivals they remember from the late ’90s and noughties, one word is sure to be mentioned time and time again: Escape. Escape Music Events have announced the festival will be returning to Singleton Park. Organisers have confirmed that the newly-named Escape Festival on Saturday, August 20 2022 and say iy will be “bigger and better” than ever before – with some 10,000 people set to fill the crowds. Read More

You can go ice skating in Neath and Port Talbot town centres this month

It’s time to get your skates on as a synthetic ice rink is coming to Neath and Port Talbot town centres this month. Neath Port Talbot Council has announced the aptly-named “Skating in the Town Centre” event is skating into Neath on February 11 and 12, and to Port Talbot on February 18 and 19. People of all ages will be able to skate to their heart’s content, for just £3 per person for a 30-minute slot. Read More

EDUCATION

UWTSD celebrates its bicentenary

The story of higher education in Wales began 200 years ago with a vision and the knowledge that Wales could not prosper – spiritually, culturally nor economically – without educating its people and establishing a formal institution to serve Wales. Thomas Burgess, then Bishop of St David’s, achieved what others had attempted to do for centuries before and establish the first higher education institution in Wales, with the foundation stone being laid on 12 August 1822. Read More

UPCOMING EVENTS

Baby & Me
Every Monday 10:00 – 11:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Home Education Class
Every Monday 14:15
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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Free yoga classes Platfform 13-16 year olds
Every Monday 16:30 – 17:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Import Procedures
8 February 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Parent & Baby Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 10:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Community Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 12:00 – 12:50
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Preschool Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Crowdfund Swansea online workshop
8 February 12:00
Online
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Women’s Outdoor Walking Group
Every Tuesday 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Primary Mindfulness Class
Every Tuesday 16:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Tween & Teen Mindfulness Class
Every Tuesday 17:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Swansea Council – Leader update for small businesses
8 February 17:30 – 19:30
Grand Hotel, Swansea
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Choirs For Good
Every Tuesday 17:45 – 18:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Wednesday Networking
9 February 08:30 – 10:00
Online
Hosted by Introbiz Swansea and West Wales
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Suicide Prevention- Strategies for the Workplace
9 February 12:30 – 13:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Business Swansea Start-Up Enterprise Club – Getting started on Instagram
10 February 10:00 – 11:30
Online
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Job Search Support
Every Thursday 10:00 – 12:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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ION Open Doors – Developing your Entrepreneurial Mindset
10 February 11:00 – 12:00
Online
Hosted by ION leadership
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Walking for Wellbeing
Every Thursday 12:00
Sea wall opposite the kiosk, Secret Cafe, Swansea
Hosted by the Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Free Homeopathic Clinic
Every Thursday 12:30 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Wales Virtual Networking
10 February 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Stress Management Course
Every Thursday 14:30 – 15:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Online Taster Sessions – Advocacy & Sociology
10 February 19:00 – 20:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Wellbeing Economy Wales – Crypto Cymru?
10 February 19:00 – 20:30
Online
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Men’s Shed
Every Friday 11:45 – 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Men’s Tai Chi Class
8 week course Fridays 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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Drum Circle With Earth Chants
11 February 17:00 – 18:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Kids Mindful Gardening
Every Saturday 10:00 – 11:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Power of Tapping Workshop
12 February 11:30 – 17:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Mindfulness & Movement for all the family
12 February
Family 12:30 – 14:00
Teen/Tween 14:30 – 16:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Kirtan – Anahata Svara
12 February 18:30 – 19:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Made In Tennessee – 2022 NEW DATE
12 February 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Free your neck and shoulders
13 February 10:30 – 11:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Transport Changes Here – Youth Engagement Event
15 February 10:00 – 12:00
Online
Hosted by South West Wales Connected
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Keeping Fit & Well – Advice for Older Workers
15 February 12:30 – 13:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Online Taster Sessions – Early Years
16 February 11:00 & 18:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Online Taster Sessions – Psychology
16 February 18:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Trading with the EU
17 February 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Mindfulness in the Garden
Every 3rd Thursday in the month 10:30 – 11:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Online Taster Sessions – Education Studies
17 February 11:00 – 12:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Wales Virtual Networking
17 February 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Transport Changes Here – Youth Engagement Event
17 February 16:00 – 17:00
Online
Hosted by South West Wales Connected
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NAVF 2022: Concert
18 February 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Undergraduate On-Campus Open Day
19 February
Singleton Campus and Bay Campus, Swansea University
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UWTSD Carmarthen Open Day
19 February 10:00 – 15:00
University of Wales Trinity Saint David Carmarthen Campus
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Sound Journey (soundbath)
19 February 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Film On Sunday: MR JONES
20 February 19:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Promoting Employee Financial Wellbeing in Wales through Salary Saving
22 February 10:30 – 11:30
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Managing Attendance with a Wellbeing Approach
22 February 17:00 – 18:00
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Business Swansea Power Hour – Making your Business Funding Ready
24 February 10:00 – 11:00
Online
Developed in partnership with the Development Bank of Wales
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Wales Virtual Networking
24 February 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Virtual Open Evening – Post Compulsory Education and Training (PCET)
24 February 17:00
Online
Hosted by University of Wales Trinity Saint David
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Mindfulness & Movement for all the family
26 February
Family 09:30 – 11:00
Teen/Tween 11:30 – 13:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Queens Hall Wedding Fair
27 February 10:00
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Menopause Yoga Workshop
27 February 10:00 – 13:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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