Tŷ Newydd, 8-9th October
Join the Write Back team for a trilingual (English, Cymraeg and BSL) weekend of writing, nature and yoga at Tŷ Newydd.
Student Communications and Content Development Officer Friday July 29th, 2022
Posted In: Events: What's on?
Outside of traditional mega-events, like the Paralympics, Deaflympics, Virtus Global Games or Special Olympic Games, this is the first event of its kind. The Para Sport Festival is headlined by Volvo 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea which will bring the best paratriathletes in the world to the city, and alongside the Ironman 70.3 Swansea, makes up an action-packed week of high quality insport and competitive para sport events across the city.
The Para Sport Festival comprises a mixture of Take Part events and Spectate events. Take a look at the full event schedule here.
Student Communications Coordinator Wednesday July 27th, 2022
From Friday 29th July until Monday 29th August, students and staff can travel for free on bus services across Swansea as part of Swansea Council’s initiative to encourage the use of local bus services, which also aims to boost retail, leisure and tourism across the Swansea Bay region.
Students and staff can access Swansea and the Gower for free by bus and even travel as far as the award-winning Rhossili beach for a fantastic day out!
The free bus travel will be available on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday from 29th July to 29th August (the last day). This offer is valid over these dates only, and all journeys are to be taken before 7pm. (more…)
Student Communications Coordinator Friday July 22nd, 2022
Please be advised that the north road on Singleton Campus will be closed as part of ongoing road resurfacing works on Friday 22nd July. There will be no vehicle or pedestrian access in this area from Thursday night until Monday morning. The road leading to Singleton Hospital from Sketty Lane will also be closed from Friday 18.00 until Sunday 17.00. (more…)
Student Communications Officer Wednesday July 20th, 2022
Top tips for growing herbs indoors:
1. Make sure they have plenty of light. A sunny window will suffice (closed to avoid a draft).
2. Keep the room temperature between 18-21 degrees Celsius – herbs aren’t good in the cold so ensure they aren’t sitting near a draft. (more…)
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