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 University of the Third Age are very active in the Mumbles area and throughout Swansea , organising classes and lots of activities. On the 2nd October there is an Open Day at the Dragon Hotel. Mumbles Community Council has decided to provide a free minibus service for Read More
Mumbles Community Council is seeking financial support from Swansea Council for a £4,000 scheme to make Mayals Green “no entry” for vehicles. The community council will also press Swansea Council to look into removing the traffic island on Mumbles Road to allow more Read More
So the Evening Post reports on the 14th November! The Mumbles Community Council is helping to bring a festive feel to West Cross after agreeing to fund a £600 tree on the Village Green at Alderwood Road. The cost of the power supply by Western Power will be £603.73 and the Read More
The Evening Post Reporter, Nino Williams reported that money donated to the Save the Swansea Coastguard station has been handedover to the lifesavers of RNLI. The efforts of the Save the Swansea Coastguard Station and the 100,000 people who signed a petition was in vain, the Read More