Entries by Richard Thomas

Swansea Labour announces £15m investment in two Welsh medium schools

The Swansea Labour-led Council cabinet has awarded contracts in excess of £15m to transform two Welsh medium schools. Subject to final approval from the Welsh Government, pupils and staff at YGG Tirdeunaw and Ysgol Gyfun Gwyr will benefit from the major Labour-inspired investments. Work could start within months on a new school and a Flying […]

Swansea Labour pledge 1,000 new low energy homes to help reduce fuel bills

Swansea’s Labour-led Council is delighted to be pledging 1,000 low energy homes over the coming years as the administration’s house-building programme gathers pace. A new report to the council cabinet this month on the continuing More Homes project states the council is investing £180m into the construction of the new homes. And when the Swansea […]

Swansea Labour backing grants awarded to groups fighting food poverty

Swansea Labour is delighted charities and volunteers tackling food poverty are being supported by the City Council with funding from the Welsh Government. Seven groups, who help to tackle food poverty and address food insecurity in around Swansea, have been awarded grants to cover equipment, training and expenses. The groups being helped are Swansea Community Fridge, […]

Swansea Labour congratulate school for its outstanding care, support and guidance to pupils

Birchgrove Comprehensive School has been praised by Estyn inspectors as excellent for wellbeing and attitudes to learning along with care, support and guidance. And the Swansea Labour-led City Council is delighted with their findings. It means pupils enjoy high levels of wellbeing and their positive attitudes make a significant contribution to the inclusive ethos of […]