Bydd gweledigaeth Coleg Gŵyr Abertawe i ailddatblygu Plas Sgeti fel Ysgol Fusnes yn mynd yn ei blaen yn dilyn cais llwyddiannus am gyllid cyfalaf gan Lywodraeth Cymru.
Gower College Swansea’s vision to redevelop Sketty Hall as a Business School will proceed following a successful bid for capital funding from Welsh Government.
CategoryBusiness, Accountancy and Law
Mae Plas Sgeti Coleg Gŵyr Abertawe ar fin cael ei hadnewyddu o dan gynlluniau datblygu arfaethedig newydd.
Bydd yr adeilad rhestredig Gradd II, sydd wedi’i leoli ar diroedd hardd ger Parc Singleton, yn cael ei ail-leoli fel Ysgol Fusnes, yn gartref i amrywiaeth eang o gyrsiau proffesiynol yn ogystal â chymwysterau lefel uwch a phrentisiaethau gradd.
Gower College Swansea’s Sketty Hall is set for renovation under proposed new development plans.
The Grade II listed building, nestled in beautiful grounds close to Singleton Park, will be repositioned as a Business School, home to a wide range of professional courses as well as higher-level qualifications and degree apprenticeships.
The man who oversaw the creation of the world-renowned Cambrian Pottery has been honoured with a blue plaque at Sketty Hall, the Swansea landmark he once owned.
The blue plaque was unveiled in honour of Lewis Weston Dillwyn, also an eminent botanist, on 2 July.
Dillwyn was born in 1778. His father, a Pennsylvanian Quaker, returned to Britain the year before during Philadelphia’s worst period in the American War of Independence. He was a vociferous anti-slavery campaigner and toured England and South Wales in his work for the Anti-Slavery Committee.
In association with The Wave and Swansea Sound, and sponsored by Gower College Swansea, Sketty Hall is proud to host a fabulous Prom Fayre on Sunday 1st February.
The event will cater for all your prom party needs and features exclusive fashion shows (at 12pm and 2pm) with dresses from Stardust Boutique.
Open from 11am.