Family fun to continue in Swansea as seasons change

SWANSEA Council’s Singleton Boating Lake and crazy golf, the Southend Gardens crazy golf, Blackpill Lido and the Swansea Bay Rider land train will end this year’s operations this Sunday (September 24).

Family fun planned for the autumn includes a free-entry Spooks In the City on October 28 in the city centre St David’s Place, next to the former Iceland store.

It’ll feature a range of fun including entertainment, face painting, Halloween arts and crafts and dance shows.

Families will be able to ride a Halloween land train from Blackpill and Mumbles on the evenings of October 30 and 31. More:

Free opportunities include walks along a Swansea beach or in a park. Dogs are welcome back on beaches from October 1.

Cultural venues will be offering free opportunities too. The Glynn Vivian, Dylan Thomas Centre, Swansea Museum and libraries plan events and activities, with the museum re-opening its chill out space to relax.

Diary dates include:

Oct 2-8: A green theme is celebrated across all Swansea libraries.
From Oct 9: Libraries’ magic week with events focussing on all things magical.
Oct half term: All libraries will have events. The Dylan Thomas Centre celebrates the poet’s birthday with free activities.
Nov 2: Free drop-in craft workshop at Swansea Museum from 10am-1pm.
Nov 3: Creative activities and a drop-in family workshop at the Dylan Thomas centre, 1-4pm.
Nov 4 and 11: Free-entry creative writing workshops for adults at the Dylan Thomas Centre with novelist Alan Bilton.
Nov 17-18: Tales from the Vault at Swansea Central Library.
Dec: Drop-in activities at the Dylan Thomas Centre.

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