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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 and West Cross electoral wards, with an elected Community Council.

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Council News

Councillors Working Planting Flower Bed adjacent to Office

  Mumbles Community Councillors Ian Scott and Sara Keeton replanting the flower bed adjacent to the council offices this morning. .
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All Mumbles Bays – Every Day – on the Bus

From Spring Bank Holiday, buses from Swansea will be serving beaches at Bracelet, Caswell, Langland and Oystermouth, seven days a week, at least every hour daytime.
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Cllr Pam Erasmus and Cllr Ian Scott

New Chairman Elected

Mumbles Community Council have a new Chairman.  Ian Scott was elected at the Council’s Annual Meeting held on Tuesday night.  Cllr Pam Erasmus will be his Vice-Chairman.
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Sun Shines on Maytime in Mumbles

Following a cold, early morning, the sun finally broke through the clouds and provided a sunny, hot afternoon for the afternoon activities at Maytime in Mumbles.
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May Time in Mumbles 2017

Chair of MCC Helen Mitchell says ‘ This is the second year of a great event which brings the community together for what is a BIG, fun-packed picnic with lost of activities and music.
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Living Christmas Tree for Picket Mead

Mumbles Community Council have arranged for a living tree to be planted on Picket Mead common.
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