October 2014

OLDER PERSONS FESTIVAL FIRST EVENT – GREAT SUCCESS

On Saturday pensioners in Mumbles were in for a treat when they turned up for a social and bingo night arranged by Mumbles Community. Council. After some tremendous entertainment from from Nikki Lang who interrupted a very busy schedule to perform specially for the Festival, the
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Seafront Gym Equipment

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
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List of Meetings to 14 October 2014

22 October Development 6.30pm Agenda Minutes  22 October Highways 7.30pm Agenda Minutes 23 October IT & Publications 6.30pm Agenda Minutes  23 October Finance & General Purposes 7.00pm Agenda Minutes 13 October Planning 6.30 Agenda Minutes 14 October Full Council 7.00pm
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October 2014

13 October Planning 6.30pm Agenda Minutes 14 October Full Council 7.00pm Agenda Minutes 22 October Events 6.00pm Agenda Minutes 22 October Community Planning 7.00pm Agenda Minutes 27 October Development 6.30pm Agenda Minutes 27 October Highways 7.30pm Agenda Minutes 28 October IT
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DOGS’ BEACH PARTY, LANGLAND

At Langland Bay, Mumbles, dog owners and their pets were once again allowed to use the beach.  See the report by Nino Williams, Evening Post reporter, dated 2nd October 2014. There is a ban on dogs using some of the beaches of Gower during the summer period from the end of April
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BRACELET BAY ‘YOBS’

As reported by Nino Williams, Evening Post Reporter on the 29th Sept. 2014 that “Tourists will be frightened from returning to Bracelet Bay and Mumbles after being targeted by antisocial youths, residents have  warned”. Councillors and police were told of the
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MAYALS BUS ROUTE ‘IMPOSSIBLE’ ?

A report in the Evening Post by Reporter Helen Keates on 27th Sept. 2014 tells us that a Bus company’s “refusal” to extend a route by 3 minutes is having a detrimental effect on elderly and disabled people”. The Ward member for Mayals, Linda Tyler-Lloyd
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KEEP FIT WITH MUMBLES COMMUNITY COUNCIL

The Mumbles Community Council has arranged for the installation of and paid for ” keep fit” equipment along the Mumbles seafront near the West Cross Inn. The Chair of the MCC’s  Development Committee said “Cost and accessibility are the two main barriers
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