Welcome to our new interactive calendar − we have tried to make it easier for you to find out what is going on in you local community. This calender gives you up-to-date information on local, environmental based events.
Swansea’s Environmental Events 2016 leaflet is now available to collect from us and other venues.
You can also download a digital copy from HERE.
If you are organizing an event and would like us to put it onto our site, please contact us via our contact page.
Come and join the next open meeting to find out about the discussions and plans so far to develop an affordable community housing project in South Wales.
Interested in riding but need a little assistance?
Join us for Companion rides every Wednesday from our venue at Dunvany Rugby Club.
Easy adult supported rides, using conventional and specialist cycles. All abilities welcome.
£7 to hire a bike – FREE if you bring your own cycle.
Meet at Rheola Gates 9.45. Those attending a full day course will need to provide own lunch. Drinks, tea and coffee will be provided. Please be aware that this is a working garden and appropriate clothing should be worn. Courses ran through the Tyfu’n lach Gyda’n Gilfydd project are free to individuals. There will be a fee for organisations.
Two Course meal on a ‘pay as you feel/can afford’ basis. All the money goes into community projects.
All the food used in these meals are surplus foods from the University catering and local supermarkets. It is cooked by community members, students and qualified chefs.
Waste Free Wednesdays
Every Wednesday afternoon on Singleton Campus where the cafe is open to anyone and everyone who’d like to come and have a two course meal on a ‘pay as you feel/can afford’ basis. All the money goes into community projects.
All the food used in these meals are surplus foods from the University catering and local supermarkets. It is cooked by Community members, students and qualified chefs.
Thursday’s are the main day of the week where the community can get their wellies on and help run Wales’ only community led city farm! Young people and adults over the age of 16 years can take part in a range of tasks including organic gardening, growing fruit and veg, caring for the farm animals, woodwork, fencing, site maintenance and much more.
Please bring a packed lunch and wear clothes that you don’t mind getting dirty.
This session is suitable for young people and adults over the age of 16 years of all abilities