January 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

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

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

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.

Job Opportunities at Llamau

If you’re looking to join a dynamic team that is working to end homelessness every single day, then come and join Llamau. Read More

BikeAbility Wales are recruiting!

Exciting news! BikeAbility Wales are recruiting for two new people to join their wonderful team. They are looking for a Funding & Finance Officer (15 hours per week flexible) and a Cycle Training & Technical Officer (30 hours per week). The application deadline is 5pm Friday 21st January 2022. Read More

Open Consultations

You can find all of Natural Resources Wales’ consultations here.

Job Opportunity – Car Club Manager

Community Energy Wales are looking for a dynamic project manager to lead on establishing the first Wales-wide EV car club, working with communities across Wales. This is an exciting opportunity to be at the forefront of changing people’s behaviour towards car ownership, encouraging shared mobility and tackling rural isolation in a sustainable way. Read More

Egni Co-op’s Share Offer is still open – their final target is £4.8m!

Egni Co-op develops rooftop solar energy in Wales. They generate clean energy, enabling their sites to take action on climate change and be more financially stable. Through their co-op share offer, they also give people the chance to invest their money towards a more sustainable future and get a fair rate of return. Read More

Exciting new job opportunities to join #TeamNRW in their brand-new Contract Management Support Service

Natural Resources Wales are hiring! They have a really exciting opportunity for people to join their brand-new Contract Management Support Service (CMSS), which has been put in place to provide expert advice and direct support and assistance  to their contract managers across all areas of NRW. Read More

Apprenticeship – Level 2 in Business and Administration – Swansea

In conjunction with Gower College, JCP Solicitors have an opportunity for an Apprentice to work within their Business Support team, whilst gaining a Level 2 in Business and Administration. Read More

Forest Operations/Land Management Higher Education Placement x 4

Natural Resources Wales are proud to announce that for a third year they will be hosting 4 paid placement opportunities starting in September 2022. These are specifically for students undertaking a mid-year placement whilst participating in a forestry or land management undergraduate qualification from a higher educational institution. Read More

Finance Apprentice

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 currently seeking to recruit a Finance Apprentice. The Finance department is at the heart of their success and allows them to provide the services and initiatives that they do. So, you wouldn’t be just a Finance Apprentice, you’d have your role to play in making a difference to people’s lives who really need it. Read More

Want to be part of Acuity’s award-winning team?

Acuity recognise that their people are their most valuable asset and they’re always keen to hear from individuals interested in exploring opportunities with Acuity. Find out about Acuity’s current vacancies and training programme. Or you could join the Acuity Community. From day one, you will be your own boss, making your own decisions about the hours you work, the projects you take on, and the clients you work with.

TENDERS & CONTRACTS

The CAE Community Facilities Renovation and Refurbishment

The CAE wishes to contract a suitably qualified, experienced and resourced building contractor to undertake renovations and refurbishment of their building situated on 28 Oxford Street, Swansea, SA1 3AN. Read More

Contract Notices for Pembrokeshire Council

Applications are invited from firms wishing to tender for the concession for a catering provision at South Beach car park, Tenby, and amenity grass cutting at selected sites throughout Pembrokeshire.

Contract Notices for Carmarthenshire Council

Carmarthenshire County Council is inviting tender submissions for the Carmarthenshire Conservation Area appraisals and development of heritage regeneration guidance, the hire of plant and machinery, supported housing services for young people, and wellbeing support services for employees of Carmarthenshire County Council.

Contract Notices for Swansea Council

The council is seeking suitably qualified contractors to provide Fortigate firewalls, supply and install roller racking in rooms 20 and 37, Guildhall, execute road restraints system maintenance, and provide birdproofing measures at Swansea City Bus Station.

Contract Notices for Swansea University

In order to deliver the required outputs from this Programme, AgorIP through Swansea University, requires specialist support from a range of professional service firms. They are currently seeking to appoint a design and development services provider, a triage and specialist market report services provider, and a mentors and commercial leads service provider. IMPACT at Swansea University seek tenders for a glove box with a humidity and oxygen protection system.

Contract Notices for Neath Port Talbot Council

Neath Port Talbot Council is seeking suitably qualified  contractors to lease and operate a café/restaurant with a visitor info centre and campsite at Afan Forest Park, deliver surfacing and ancillary works across the South Wales Motorway and Trunk Road Network, and develop a heritage trail mobile application, developed alongside and informed by the Lost Peatlands Project.

Contract Notices for Natural Resources Wales

Natural Resources Wales seek detailed insight to support delivery of a customer-centric approach to their products and services through detailed customer journey mapping, and are looking for scientific divers to support the monitoring of Habitats Directive Annexe 1 subtidal reef features in Welsh Special Areas of Conservation.

DEVELOPMENT

Research looks at 4theRegion’s unique approach to community engagement and focus on wellbeing

We were delighted to be featured in research which looked at “the unique approach taken by 4theRegion…centred on an asset-based local development grounded in social purpose”. It found “This approach is influenced by well-being and seeks to engage with a wide variety of community stakeholders to derive holistic flourishing. 4theRegion are instrumental in bringing together the ecosystem of South West Wales towards a focus on purpose and well-being.” Read More

One of Swansea’s spookiest old mansions is being lined up to be converted into flats

It’s the ultimate restoration job but one the owners of a “ruinous” listed building in Swansea are looking to take on. They plan to convert Danbert House, Morriston, into 11 flats and add a house in the gardens at the rear. Currently clad in vegetation and missing its roof, it’s not the sort of place where you’d want to spend a night. You almost expect to see a spectral figure hovering in one of the arched window openings. Read More

What’s happening with Swansea’s century-old bridge that a huge crane lifted from near the Liberty Stadium

It was quite a dramatic sight – an entire bridge being lifted from its position over the River Tawe by a giant crane. Now the 112-year-old Bascule Bridge has taken a big new step towards it’s repair and restoration following its removal in 2019. The bridge was once a key piece of infrastructure in the then town of Swansea’s world-leading copper industry, but needed repair after being fenced off from public access for decades. Read More

First look at Carmarthen bus station revamp and ‘green roof’ bus shelter plans

People are being given the chance to help shape the revamp of Carmarthen town centre’s bus station. The existing bus shelters are being replaced with two new continuous shelters to provide better weather protection and ‘green-roof’ canopies to help capture carbon and attract bees and butterflies. A range of new trees and ornamental shrubbery will add more greenery to the Blue Street area. Read More

First look inside the new swimming pool and leisure centre being built in Neath

Development works are well underway in Neath town centre as a new swimming pool and leisure centre begin to take shape. When finished, the two-storey 7,082 sq m development will include a swimming pool, 100-station gym, café, library and six commercial units. Read More

Swansea to get its beloved ‘Castle Gardens’ back with revamp plans a blast from the past

The beautiful, leafy new look for Castle Square will hark back to the Castle Gardens of old, before they were replaced with the more modern design of today. There have been a number of calls for a return of more greenery and flowers in the area. The design forms part of a new concept for the city centre aimed at revitalising the area. It will form part of Swansea’s £1 billion regeneration. Read More

New school to open in Morriston

Everyone at Ysgol Gymraeg Tan-y-lan said goodbye to the old Victorian buildings at Tan-y-lan Terrace in Morriston before Christmas and started this term in a brand new school in Clase. YGG Tan-y-lan’s new home at Hill View Crescent, build by contractors Kier, will allow it to meet the increasing demand for Welsh medium education in Swansea and to expand as numbers grow. Read More

£2.1m Mumbles sports ground revamp finally gets under way

The dozens of sports teams which use Underhill Park, off Newton Road, will benefit from a refurbished pavilion and new changing rooms. There will also be a new cafe and community hub, and public toilets. Mumbles Community Association (MCA) – the group spearheading the project – has appointed TAD Builders Ltd, of Llanelli, to do the work. Read More

Swansea Bay Property Roundtable

It was great to see our director Zoe Antrobus featured in this piece by Insider Media. Insider brought stakeholders and advisers together to discuss how Swansea Bay City Region can make the most of its potential in property and development. Read More

The multi-million pound new projects which will help Neath Port Talbot meet the challenges of the post-Covid era

New and refurbished schools, the major redevelopment of Neath’s town centre, the building of a self powering technology centre to attract new jobs and investment and the nearly completed Plaza Cinema project in Port Talbot. These are just some of the exciting projects contained in a progress report on the delivery of Neath Port Talbot Council’s £82.4m 2021/22 capital programme given to members of the council’s Cabinet in November. Read More

What Wind Street is looking like now it nears the end of its £3m upgrade

The street which has long been the centre of Swansea ‘s night-time economy has been undergoing a major revamp, which it is hoped will turn it into a family-friendly area during the daytime. The transformation aims to enhance its connection to a new Castle Square Gardens where more trees and greenery are planned, again to encourage families to enjoy the spaces and attractions. Read More

SWANSEA BAY CITY DEAL

Campuses project in the City Deal portfolio given the green light

The £132 million Swansea Bay City Deal Campuses project has been approved by the UK Government and Welsh Government. With £15m secured to develop sites in Morriston and Singleton, this project will promote innovation and business growth in the expanding Medical Technology and Sports Technology sectors. It’s planned to generate over 1,000 jobs in the Swansea area and will be worth over £150 million to the regional economy by 2033. Read More

BUSINESS NEWS

New cocktail bar and music venue opens in Swansea’s Wind Street

A brilliant new house music venue and cocktail bar has launched in Swansea – just days before Wales’ Covid nightclub restrictions come into force. Fortunately for Heaven Swansea, the venue is categorised as a bar not a nightclub – but has had to adapt its ‘clubroom’ to make it follow the current guidelines. Read More

Nurse swaps hospital shifts for cooking and opens her own restaurant

A nurse has been driven to quit the wards for her passion for cooking and has opened a new restaurant in Swansea. Mum-of-two Barbara Hixson set-up Marley Vibes – The Taste of Jamaica in High Street in a nod to her roots. She said: “I moved here 20 years ago and I love it. It reminds me of my home in Jamaica, especially Gower, the beaches and streams intertwined with the greenery, it’s beautiful.” Read More

Hopes of Carmarthen livestock market reopening in February

Carmarthen livestock market could open for business again in February. Nock Deighton Agricultural LLP won the tender to run the Carmarthen mart back in April and are expected to sign the lease from landlords Carmarthenshire Council soon. Final repair works to bring the site back up to standard are continuing at the Nantyci site on the outskirts of town. Read More

Haverfordwest dairy processing plant which will create 80 jobs approved

Pembrokeshire Creamery Ltd, associated with Puffin Produce, has applied for permission to build a dairy processing facility as part of the Pembrokeshire Food Park development at Withybush Industrial Estate. The plan is for a dairy processing and bottling plant creating around 80 jobs. It will be the only facility of its kind offering Welsh milk bottled in Wales. Read More

The couple who recently moved to Wales and have started selling pizza from their back garden

If you walk to the top of Swansea’s Waun Wen Road at night, the first thing you’ll notice is a brightly glittering sign propped up on a garden wall that reads ‘Dinu’s Pizza’. After building a full-scale pizza oven and truck in his back garden, Dinu Cojocariu is officially working from home, cooking up some of the freshest pizza Swansea has to offer. Dinu and his wife Madalina – a baker in her own right – open Dinu’s Pizza at 6pm with council permission. Read More

Haverfordwest serves up its latest food offering: ‘Noods’

‘Noods’ is the newest takeaway to open in the county town and is offering something different with fresh ingredients inspired by the far flung corners of the world in ‘Pan-Asian street food’. Influences include cuisines from countries such as Japan. Partners Shane Imbrey and Adam Edgerley are planning to wow the taste buds if the people of Haverfordwest with fresh food prepared 5pm to 10pm thoughout the week. Read More

‘I started baking over lockdown and now I’ve opened my own Swansea doughnut shop’

A new doughnut shop has opened in Swansea boasting to be “the best” with its traditional American-style sweet treats. The Dough Works in Castle Arcade is a doughnut speciality shop that creates flavours and glazes “from start to finish” with their own take on the popular snack. The shop was opened last month after the owner Lewis Hayward decided to start baking doughnuts over the pandemic, in an attempt to bring the taste of America to south Wales. Read More

Six west Wales farms make move to selling milk direct

A Pembrokeshire enterprise is one of six Welsh farming families in west Wales who have made the move to selling milk direct to the public. And dairy farmer Janet Davies has paid tribute to the way Farming Connect’s Agrisgôp scheme provided a virtual ‘arm around the shoulder’ during the pandemic as the business made the change. Read More

New chapter for Ammanford’s Old Cross Inn as it reopens this weekend

A publican who specialises in re-opening old pubs that have fallen on hard times has taken over the Old Cross Inn at Ammanford. Rob Megson and his partner Sophie Hulbert have vowed to ‘help breathe new life’ back into Ammanford town centre. “We are both very excited about the future and truly believe the Old Cross is about to enjoy a whole new chapter in its long history,” Rob said. Read More

New vintage and gift shop opens in Swansea’s Uplands

A new, independent vintage and gift shop has opened in the heart of Swansea’s Uplands. Pinball Vintage, at 49 The Grove, is run by local businessman Chris Byatt and aims to be the go-to place for affordable vintage clothing and great gifts that would be hard to find elsewhere. Emphasis is placed on sourcing items from local makers to minimise the shop’s carbon footprint. The shop stocks grade A, authentic vintage clothing from the 60s through to the 90s.  Read More

Market shoppers enjoy taste of market’s new attraction

City centre shoppers are enjoying a sociable and relaxing new experience in Swansea Market. The iconic venue has just become yet more welcoming. The Market Garden – a new area at the heart of the venue – is a new place where people can eat, work and enjoy themselves. They take food and drink there having bought it from nearby market stalls. Its launch was welcomed on Saturday, December 4, with a visit by Lord Mayor of Swansea Cllr Mary Jones. Read More

You can watch your dinner being made in front of you at new Korean-style restaurant

Rainbao has an open-kitchen and is led by a “farm to table” ethos, with fresh, organic ingredients transformed into Korean and South East Asian-inspired dishes, including homemade Bao buns, dim sum and Katsu curry, which you can wash down with vibrant cocktails. The restaurant is the brainchild of Caerwyn Ash and Ryan Gormley, two Swansea locals who were looking to launch a business in the city offering something different to what Swansea already offers. Read More

Mission Possible

An innovative and exciting new training offering has been launched by former Dragons CEO Stuart Davies as part of his growing business consultancy. It sees a stable of high-profile associates coming together to deliver a range of knowledge transfer masterclasses, based on the experience and expertise gained during successful and varied careers at the top of their professions. Read More

HEALTH & LIFE SCIENCE

All the things you can do in Swansea to unwind after a busy festive season

As much as we all love Christmas it’s fair to say that some of us come out of the festive season feeling frazzled rather than refreshed. From coastal walks and spa days, to Tai Chi and meditation, here’s a list of some of things to do in Swansea that will help you unwind and catch a good start on the new year. Read More

Popular Swansea bar shuts temporarily to give tired out staff a ‘wellbeing week’

Management at Founders & Co have confirmed they will be shut until January 13, 2022, for a staff “wellbeing week”. The week’s break has been arranged to give all staff, including food traders, baristas, cleaning staff, security and everyone-in-between, a chance to “switch off, relax and enjoy themselves doing whatever they please” and to thank them for going “above and beyond” during the busy Christmas period. Read More

New surgical instrument invented by Morriston plastic surgeon

Muhammad Umair Javed, a consultant plastic and reconstructive breast surgeon, hopes the Swansea Retractor, named after the city where he works, will improve patient safety. The new instrument, the first of its kind in the world, enables the surgeon to have a better view of their work, helping to avoid causing accidental injury. Read More

CIRCULAR ECONOMY & ENVIRONMENT

Smart Charging can Save Electric Vehicle Drivers £110 a Year – and Cut Carbon Footprint by 20%

A report by a research team involving Swansea University experts has shown smart charging helps spread out demand for electricity to avoid overloading the National Grid. People already get cheaper electricity by charging at certain times. But smart charging could go much further. For example, it could mean charging when windy weather means surplus wind power is being generated, or having your charging automatically coordinated with your neighbours. Read More

Couple’s plan to grow food from eco home for ‘zero waste’ shops in Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion

A couple who want to live on the land with a light touch and grow their own food have been given the go-ahead to do so in a remote area near Whitland. Jerry and Tania Rees plan to keep 50 chickens and two goats and grow vegetables, fruit, herbs and plants for their own consumption and to supply two “zero waste” shops they run in Narberth, Pembrokeshire, and Cardigan, Ceredigion. Read More

Swansea Named as Top 10 UK University for Environmental Performance

Swansea University is one of the top ten universities in the UK for environmental and ethical issues, the new league table compiled by People and Planet, published by The Guardian, has revealed. People & Planet’s University League is the only comprehensive and independent league table of UK universities ranked by environmental and ethical performance. Read More

VISITOR ECONOMY & TOURISM

New path opens at National Trust Cymru’s Southwood Estate

Fancy a festive breath of fresh air? A new footpath now open on National Trust Cymru’s Southwood Estate will give better access to the ancient and beautiful landscape near Newgale Beach. The 2km footpath has been made possible thanks to funding from players of People’s Postcode Lottery, whose support has also meant more could be done to protect and enhance the biodiversity of the 850-acre estate. Read More

Mumbles is one of the ‘coolest postcodes’ in the UK, according to The Times

The newspaper dubbed Mumbles “the Hamptons of Wales” and the best place to relocate for “stylish seasiders”. It says “Its booming foodie scene has also led to it being described as the new Padstow: check out bistro Môr for fine dining, or the Gower Seafood Hut for caught-that-morning calamari and its wildly popular cockle popcorn. Last summer, four million oysters were added to the water off Mumbles, so expect a selection of oyster bars to be popping up soon.” Read More

Wales-Ireland walking route to celebrate Celtic links

The shared religious and cultural history of Wales and Ireland is being celebrated with two pilgrimage routes in each nation. The Ancient Connections project will see two routes in St Davids, Pembrokeshire, and Ferns, County Wexford, linked via a ferry service. It is hoped the routes will boost green tourism after the Covid-19 pandemic. The aim is to attract about 5,000 people a year, whether they are keen walkers or making a pilgrimage. Read More

EDUCATION

Professor Tavi Murray Awarded CBE in New Year’s Honour List

Professor Tavi Murray, from the Faculty of Science and Engineering at Swansea University, has been awarded a CBE in the New Year’s Honours list for services to Glaciology and Climate Change Research. She said “I am really honoured and delighted to receive this award. Our glaciology research in Swansea is aimed at making better predictions of sea-level rise from the ice sheets in Greenland and Antarctica, which is so important to our planet’s future.” Read More

UWTSD Library launches new exhibition to celebrate the bicentenary

The Library and Learning Resources department at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David has launched a new special collections exhibition both on campus and online to kick start the University’s bicentenary celebrations. The bicentenary commemorates the establishment of St David’s College, Lampeter on 12 August 1822 through the laying the foundation stone which marks the beginning of higher education in Wales. Read More

UWTSD Offers Sanctuary Scholarship

The Sanctuary Scholarships are aimed at people with refugee, humanitarian protected or asylum seeker status and are offered in recognition of the disruption to education that displaced people experience. UWTSD is committed to removing the barriers to participation in Higher Education faced by those seeking asylum in the UK and supports the Welsh Government’s Nation of Sanctuary – Refugee and Asylum Seeker Plan. Read More

New £4.3million Ysgol Rhys Prichard has it all

When children and staff at Ysgol Rhys Prichard moved into their new school, they didn’t just get a school, they got a community hub, leisure facilities, rugby pitch and a swimming pool next door too! The primary school has relocated to the former Ysgol Pantycelyn secondary school site providing bright and airy accommodation and state-of-the-art facilities. Read More

Success for UWTSD at the Swansea Open 2021 Art Exhibition

A graduate and a staff member have been successful at the Swansea Open 2021 art exhibition at the Glynn Vivian Gallery in Swansea. The first prize was awarded to Suzanne Callen, a member of UWTSD’s Student Services department, for her oil on canvas painting named ‘Sabina’. The ‘Friends Award for Swansea Open 2021’ was awarded this year to UWTSD Fine Art graduate Owain Sparnon for his work ‘Trwodd draw yr wyf yn edrych/ I’m looking through you.’ Read More

UWTSD and Gower College Swansea collaborate to develop the next generation of engineering talent

The University of Wales Trinity Saint David is collaborating with Gower College Swansea to inspire and encourage the next generation of Motorsport Engineers. UWTSD started the first Motorsport Engineering degree in 1998 and has developed an excellent reputation in the industry, enabling students to develop the specific expertise required in the design, development, engineering, and optimisation of competition vehicles in state-of-the-art facilities. 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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Yoga 13-16 years old – Platfform
Every Monday 16:30 – 17:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Parent & Baby Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 10:30
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Free Feldenkrais class taster class
Every Tuesday in January 10:45 – 11:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Development & Construction | Sector Forum
11 January 12:00
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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Preschool Yoga Class
Every Tuesday 13:15
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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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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Adapting to Change and Preparing for the New Year During Covid-19
12 January 11:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Business Swansea Start-Up Enterprise Club – Leasing Commercial Premises
13 January 10:00 – 11:30
Online
Presented by Dr Ben Reynolds, Urban Foundry
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Walking for Wellbeing
Every Thursday 12:00
The sea wall opposite the Secret Cafe, Swansea
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Mindfulness in the Garden
Every Thursday 12:30 – 13:30
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
13 January 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Stress Management Course
Every Friday 14:30 – 15:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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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 Men’s Tai Chi 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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FREE Kids Mindful Gardening
Every Saturday 10:00 – 11:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Power of Tapping Workshop
Every Saturday 11:30 – 17:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Lonesome Ace Stringband
15 January 19:30
The Queens Hall, Narberth
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Moving Naturally with the Feldenkrais Method
16 January 10:30 – 11:45
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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TRE class
16 January 14:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Supporting Financial Wellbeing
17 January 12:00 – 13:00
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Preparing for an HMRC Audit, inc. Customs, VAT & Risk
18 January 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Wednesday Networking with Introbiz Swansea and West Wales
19 January 08:30 – 09:30
Online
Hosted by Introbiz Swansea & West Wales
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Employment Issues Surrounding Vaccination Status
19 January 10:00 – 11:15
Online
Hosted by JCP Solicitors
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Wales Virtual Networking
21 January 12:00 – 13:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Sound Journey (soundbath)
22 January 18:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Understanding Young Carers
25 January 10:00 – 14:00
YMCA Swansea
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Preventing and Managing Back Pain in the Work Place
25 January 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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Museum Talks: Welsh Love Tokens
25 January 19:00
Online
Hosted by National Museum Wales
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Wednesday Networking with Introbiz Swansea and West Wales
26 January 08:30 – 10:00
Online
Hosted by Introbiz Swansea & West Wales
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Employment Issues Surrounding Vaccination Status
26 January 10:00 – 11:15
Online
Hosted by JCP Solicitors
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Business Swansea Power Hour – Branding your Business
27 January 10:00 – 11:00
Online
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Wales Virtual Networking
27 January 13:00 – 14:00
Online
Hosted by FSB Wales
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Classification of Goods – Virtual/Online
28 January 09:30 – 12:30
Online
Hosted by Chambers Wales
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Cinema screening: Don’t Look Up
28 January 18:00 – 21:00
Taliesin Building, Swansea University
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Breath Of Life Pranayama and Breathwork Workshop
29 January 10:00 – 13:00
The Swansea Wellbeing Centre
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Wellbeing and Resilience During Covid-19
31 January 09:30 – 10:30
Online
Hosted by Wellbeing through Work
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