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Image: The new centre is located in Swansea Bay

A new £1.4m centre of excellence for watersports being developed by Swansea Council on the Welsh city's seafront is due to open to the public in September.

Located opposite St Helen's, the scheme will provide a facility for sports such as kayaking and windsurfing and is designed to be "inclusive and accessible to everyone".

The centre is being built by main contractor Opco and has been funded by Visit Wales; the European Regional Development Fund; and the Welsh Government.

Bay Sports – a non-profit company established by Bay Leisure and Swansea University – will operate the watersports centre, which will include a café and changing areas.

Details: www.swansea.gov.uk

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A new £1.4m centre of excellence for watersports being developed by Swansea Council on the Welsh city's seafront is due to open to the public in September.
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