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.
The inaugural Mumbles Community Council 5 a side competition was held at Underhill Park on Thursday as part of our teen festival, run in conjunction with the Red Cafe. Ten teams entered. The winning team was the “Swagglers” who beat the “Dribblers ” Read More
Mumbles Community Council have paid £9,000 for five pieces of gym equipment to be installed along the seafront, with plans to add more should the project prove successful. Outdoor gyms – or adult playgrounds – have been growing in popularity in the UK in recent Read More
Congratulations to Mary Colburn and Judith Twining on being elected onto Mumbles Community Council. Five candidates contested the election to fill two vacancies in the Newton Ward. The full results can be seen here. Read More
The Evening Post Reporter, Richard Youle gives details of the work on the new multi-million pound seafront development in Mumbles. He reports that the Oyster Wharf scheme is set to get underway after Christmas. Workmen have begun to clear out the old Tivoli Amusement centre ahead Read More
The Evening Post, 1st November 2014 reports that “plans to transfer the management of Underhill park from the City council to a private company will be unveiled at a public meeting on November 10th” Mumbles Sports and Community Club is looking to take over the running Read More