Water

Water

Water

Swansea is a city whose history has been shaped by the water that flows through it. From its industrial past to its current status as Wales’s second city, the heartbeat of Swansea has always been its waterways. From the rivers that have transported coal and copper to the iconic bay and the world beyond, to the rocky and sandy shores that have supported generations of fishermen and cocklers, the people of Swansea have historically relied on the water for their livelihoods, and today it continues to support local people both for work and recreation.

Video Resources

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Website Resources

Angling:

Brynmill and District AC

Pontardawe and Swansea Angling Society Ltd

Swansea Angling Club

South Wales Kayak Anglers

Conservation:

Afonydd Cymru

Clyne Valley Community project

Marine Conservation Society

 Swansea Canal Society

Diving:

Swansea Yacht & Sub Aqua Club

Bay Divers

3M Divers

Gower Divers/the Dive Club, Gower

Kayaking:

Tawe Kayak Club

Swansea University Canoe Club

Swansea Metropolitan Canoe Club

Swansea Water Sports

Climate

Eco-Construction

Education

Food

Lifestyle

Local Groups and Campaigns

National Groups and Campaigns

Nature

Pollution

Travel

Water

Recycle

Green Jobs