Swansea tidal lagoon hopes for Neath College students


Engineering students from Neath College believe they can benefit from the prospects of a £1.3bn tidal lagoon being built in nearby Swansea Bay.

James Llewellyn, a lecturer involved with engineering courses, told BBC Wales economics correspondent Sarah Dickins that more students were putting themselves forward.

Student Rhys Worlock, who hopes for an apprenticeship, said the chance to work on big projects was an incentive.

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