ERS continues to invest in Swansea topping 500 jobs in city

ERS – the UK’s largest specialist motor insurer – has consolidated its commitment to Swansea by creating even more quality jobs in the city, with its workforce topping the 500 mark for the first time. The expansion of the company’s Swansea operations represents part...

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Brand new Leisure Centre to boost Neath Town Centre

Neath is set to benefit from a brand new leisure centre, providing modern facilities and boosting footfall in the town. At a meeting of the Regeneration and Sustainable Development Cabinet Board today (12th April) Councillors approved a proposal to amend the existing...

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Local business backs enterprise in Swansea schools

Children at two Swansea primary schools are benefiting from an innovative learning programme, that will help develop entrepreneurialism and problem-solving skills for future success. The Bumbles of Honeywood, designed by teachers and enterprise experts takes children...

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Bertie the Sea Bass arrives at Milford Waterfront

Bertie the Sea Bass, a fourteen by seven foot sculpture, has arrived at Mackerel Quay in Milford Waterfront, where he will be on display for 11 weeks. Designed by local sculptor Gideon Peterson, Bertie the Sea Bass is made from stainless steel and is filled with...

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Funding boost set to transform Swansea Canal

Funding of over £320,000 has been confirmed to regenerate the historic Swansea Canal into a major visitor destination. The Rural Community Development Funding (RCDF) was secured by Glandŵr Cymru - the Canal & River Trust in Wales - the charity that cares for the...

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Deal saves nearly 200 jobs at ladder maker

A Swansea-based ladder and scaffolding manufacturer that supplied Sir Edmund Hillary's Everest expedition has been bought out of administration in a move that has saved almost 200 jobs. Lyte Industries, which is headquartered at the Swansea Enterprise Park, has been...

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