South West Wales Connected Blog
The Christmas fairs happening around our rail network this December
There’s a host of colourful Christmas fairs happening around our rail network this December, offering a perfect ...
How clubhouse improvements are giving Clarbeston Road AFC a boost
As our 2023 Community Changemakers fund opens for applications, we caught up with one of the recipients of our 2022 Changemakers funding: Clarbeston Road AFC
The fireworks displays taking place around our rail network this November
If you’re looking for a firework display that’s close to home, or fancy hopping on the train to take in an extravaganza in a neighbouring town or city, we’ve got plenty of ideas for you.
South West Wales Connected receives accreditation and green light to move ahead with initiatives
South West Wales Connected Community Rail Partnership has been re-accredited by the Community Rail Network. This means it can now press ahead with several important projects.
Meet ‘Hope’, the girls’ rights group empowering young women in Neath Port Talbot
We spoke to Jannine Smith, director of Neath Port Talbot Children’s Rights Unit about how girls’ rights group, ‘Hope’, has put Community Changemakers funding to good use.
The community choir uplifting the people of Pembrokeshire
The Paul Sartori Hospice at Home community choir is making a big difference to the local community in Pembrokeshire. We found out how South West Wales Connected Community Changemakers Fund is helping to support the choir’s success.
We’ve made the finals in the Community Rail Awards 2022!
We’ve been shortlisted for two brilliant awards – and this is why it means so much to us.
How our Community Changemakers fund is supporting Volcano Theatre’s new men’s group
The South West Wales Connected Community Changemakers Fund supports groups and organisations making positive changes in the communities along our rail network. We caught up with the team at Volcano Theatre in Swansea to see how our funding is supporting their new men’s group.
The new planters and benches Swansea Station a new lease of life
We’re delighted to have initiated a project that has transformed the approach to Swansea station. Here’s the low-down on the new station planters.
How Cae Tân CSA is helping people in Swansea to grow their own food
The South West Wales Connected Community Changemakers Fund supports initiatives to create improvements in communities along our rail network. We caught up with the team at Cae Tân CSA to see how their funding is being spent in Swansea.
Here’s what our Community Changemakers grants will help local groups achieve this year
We recently awarded over £15,000 to groups making positive changes in communities around our rail network.
Station planters bring colour and biodiversity to Swansea Railway Station
The forecourt of Swansea Railway Station has been transformed into a mini urban garden with a colourful set of planters and natural oak benches.