Great Western Railway is delighted to announce that it will run eight extra trains to help concert goers travel to and from Justin Bieber’s Purpose Tour at the Principality Stadium, Cardiff.
News Posts from : June2017
Neath Port Talbot Councillors have approved plans for Ysgol Newydd Briton Ferry, Neath.
200,000 low cost tickets are now available as train operator Great Western Railway launches its Summer sale.
A £13.5million project which brings together academics, clinicians and industry to pioneer research into cutting-edge health technologies is now up and running.
A service which has treated hundreds of people over two decades in Swansea is marking its 20th anniversary with an £800,000 expansion.
Until a few years ago, a ‘pop-up’ was an annoying thing on your computer, but nowadays it’s something much more fun and edible.
People in Swansea are being urged to take part in one of the largest pieces of collective digital imagery in Wales to show their support for the city’s bid to become UK City of Culture.
A two day celebration of dance will return to Swansea in July – and it’s going to be bigger than ever before.
Site investigation works are soon expected to start for a £50 million project which is hoped to help regenerate the High Street area of Swansea city centre.
One thousand full-time jobs will be created if the Afan Valley Adventure Resort goes ahead, the team behind it has said.