Mumbles takes its name from the headland and islands stretching into the west of Swansea Bay. The area includes Oystermouth Castle, Mumbles Pier and Lighthouse, and is made up of the Mayals, Newton, Oystermouth & West Cross Wards.
Time is running out for those wishing to enter this year’s Mumbles in Bloom, with the closing date set of 5 August 2015 rapidly approaching. Mumbles Community Council (MCC) has revived the competition as part of its campaign to win Wales in Bloom. Competition organiser, Cllr Read More
Mumbles Community Council is organising a ‘School’s Community Council’, where pupils from six of the local primary schools will have their chance to say how they would like to improve the community. Each school will send two representatives from their own School Council to the Read More
A new cafe has opened on Newton Road, Mumbles at the site of the closed Treasure outlet. The remainder of the premises will be opened soon by TESCO. Read the full account in the Evening Post, Tues 25th Aug. Read More
Newton Road will be closed on Thursday 27th August 2015 from 6.00pm to 10.00pm, from the junction of Mumbles Road to Langland Road. This is to allow the traders to have a ‘late-night’ shopping bash called Mumbles Summer Night’s Dream. Read the full report by Read More