The full programme for this year’s British Science Festival hosted by Swansea University has gone live, revealing that topics as diverse as Touching the Future, The Secret Life of Animals and Ancient Egyptian Demons are amongst the highlights in store for event audiences.
News Posts from : June2016
University of Wales Trinity Saint David (UWTSD) Performing Arts graduate Derek Palmer has launched a new creative networking group called ‘The Creative Collective’. The aim of the group is to bring together students and graduates who are either currently working in, or seeking work in, the world of creative arts. By encouraging networking it is hoped that participants will collaborate and produce multi-media work that will be seen by a wider audience.
Plans to create a unique Wellness and Life Science Village in Llanelli have taken a step forward with the Welsh Government announcing it is to fund a Masterplan for the project.
A huge new Next store on the site of the former TK Maxx premises at Morfa Retail Park. The new store, which will cover 41,000 square feet over two floors, is due to open in July.
A giant cruise ship will be docking in Swansea next month and it is hoped it will bring a boost to business and tourism. The 193-metre long MS Amadea is arriving in the city on Thursday July 21, allowing 600 German passengers to spend the day in the city.
A public exhibition will take place outlining proposals for a new urban village to the north of Swansea.
Swansea University has beaten off tough competition to win the prestigious Times Higher Education Leadership and Management Awards (THELMA) for its Outstanding Leadership and Management work.
Carmarthen’s Cartref Cynnes care facility will be officially opened later this summer. Wales Minister for Social Care and Public Health Rebecca Evans will cut the ribbon on the multi-million pound venture in Johnstown on Monday, August 15, which had a soft opening at the end of last year.
Carmarthen is set for a jobs boost after Swansea-based Toyota dealership FRF set a September opening date for its town branch, which will bring with it a dozen vacancies to the former MFI site.
Plans for a new indoor arena in Swansea city centre are gathering momentum. Swansea Council and Rivington Land, the company appointed to manage the regeneration of the St David’s development site, have now held talks with a number of expert indoor arena operators.