We’re excited to let you know that the refurbishment of our main kitchen within Fulton House is now complete!

This has been a really important investment into your experience on campus. The kitchen has been transformed into a modern commercial kitchen space from where we can create exciting and sustainable menus that meet the diverse needs of our campus community.

This also forms the final phase in the development of Harbwr Fulton, and we’re excited to see our latest eating and social space on Singleton Campus take full shape.

Eat & Drink at Harbwr

Take a look at what’s on offer at Harbwr on the Uni Food Hub App, where you can explore campus catering outlets, browse menus, place your orders online and get offers and rewards, all in one place – you can also order from the kiosks inside the venue.

We really hope you’re enjoying this great new space on campus. If you haven’t had the chance to pay Harbwr a visit yet, go and take a look!

In the meantime, everything you need to know about eating and drinking at Swansea, including details about non-term time opening hours, is on the University website, and to stay up to date with all the latest foodie news follow @swanseaunifood on Instagram.

Temporary Kitchen Removal Works – Important Information

From 12th June, the temporary kitchen located on the east side of Fulton House will be closed and prepared for removal. Dismantling of the unit will take place on Wednesday 19th and Thursday 20th June, when there will be a crane on site. The access road on the east side of Fulton House where the kitchen is located will be closed to vehicles and pedestrians, and the bike racks will be out of use – barriers will be in place and Security Services will be patrolling the area to ensure the safety of campus users. There will also be no parking in the drop off bays to the rear of Fulton House during that time. Please note that following the removal of the kitchen, the access road will be closed for making good over the weekend, from Friday 21st June. The road will be reopened during week commencing 24th June.

The road to the Taliesin car park will remain open, however there may be short periods when it is inaccessible.