Cymunedau Cysylltiedig: Working with the Community to Develop Local Heritage Projects and Research

Email Kate Spiller for further information or to be added to our mailing list: k.spiller@swansea.ac.uk

This website provides a gateway to the project’s on going work, local news, volunteering opportunities and events supported by Swansea University, including:

Local Projects

 Community Network Blog

Volunteering Opportunities 

Further Information

The project seeks to develop community-focused collaborative research and to support currently funded projects and local community activities. Connected Communities supports many local community-led projects, including Heritage Lottery Funded (HLF) projects that focus on the history and heritage of the Swansea Valley that have great value and a positive impact for the local communities.

Connected Communities will also enhance a major heritage-led urban regeneration project centred on the Swansea Valley. The regeneration project – Cu @ Swansea – is being led by Professor Huw Bowen in partnership with the City and County of Swansea and will breathe new life into the landscape and communities of the Lower Swansea Valley, with the aim of creating a world-class industrial heritage site at the Hafod Morfa Copperworks. For information on the Cu@Swansea Project please visit: The World of Welsh Copper Website.

For further information please contact our Project Co-ordinator Kate Spiller: Contact

Please click here for further information on the Connected Communities Project from the Swansea University website. 

 The project offers an exciting opportunity for members of local community to work alongside Swansea University researchers on heritage projects and community-focused research.