Welcome to Mumbles

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.

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Council News

Mumbles Community Council Seek New Councillor

Mumbles Community Council is looking for a new councillor following the resignation of one of its members Notices have been put up in the area advertising the vacancy in the West Cross Ward. There will be an election if 10 constituents request one in writing by 26 November 2015
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Mumbles in Bloom – Last Chance for Entries

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
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Creating Gifts with Fruit and Chocolate – A cookery Demonstration

A talk and demonstration by Janet Holmes will take place at Newton Village Hall on Tuesday 3rd November, 2pm-4pm. Janet will be demonstrating
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Community News


Swansea Leader advises that the wildflowers initiative has been positive so they will be bringing them back again this year. Residents will have their chance to do the same on their own patches of land because packets of the Swansea Mix will be available at the Botanical Gardens
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The Swansea Leader, issue 101 for January 2016, lets us know that a Blue Plaque in honour of the two sisters who saved sailors from drowning off Mumbles in the 19th Century will be next in line. Margaret and Jennie Ace, the daughters of Mumbles lighthouse keeper William Ace,
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