Katherine Jenkins is to perform at the Brangwyn Hall in Swansea this Christmas in a homecoming concert. She has promised a one-of-a-kind show for her fans in Wales.
News Posts from : April2016
Swansea-based RDM Electrical and Mechanical Services has been awarded its third contract at the value of approximately £4.5m for the design and build of the next phase of the new £450m Swansea University Bay Campus being developed on Fabian Way by St. Modwen, the UK’s leading regeneration specialist.
Dylan Thomas fans will soon be able to take a walk through the poet’s ugly lovely town accompanied by the words of one of his most popular broadcasts.
Llanelli’s iconic Theatr Elli is set to host a new boutique cinema and fitness studio. The exciting plans have been revealed by new owners William Ratti and Tina “Fitslim” Tracey who are transforming the former theatre.
UWTSD’s Swansea College of Art has been rated best in Wales for Art & Design for the second successive year according to the Complete University Guide. The guide compares universities across the UK on the quality of their research, student satisfaction, entry standards and graduate prospects. The national league table, published this week, saw UWTSD’s College of Art move up 8 places in the UK rankings to 30th overall.
The JCP Swansea Half Marathon was the runner up in the Best Half Marathon category at The 2016 Running Awards in association with JustGiving last Friday, and is now officially the second best half marathon in the UK and the best half marathon in Wales after beating Cardiff Half Marathon into 3rd place.
UWTSD Professor Medwin Hughes, DL, Vice-Chancellor addressed Swansea’s SA1 Waterfront Business Club at its monthly meeting, telling members that the University’s new £300 million Waterfront Innovation Quarter in SA1 will be a connected and innovative neighbourhood that will drive economic growth.
University of Wales Trinity Saint David is proud to be the main sponsor of Wales’s first city centre triathlon, The Swansea Triathlon, taking place on Sunday, June 5.
The Patti Raj in Gorse Lane is being given a new name and a new look as part of the major revamp. It is the second facelift the site has had in six years.