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November 4, 2014

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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 of the project.

It is said that it ” is set to inject new life into the village and see one of its key locations get a dramatic new look”.

The Secretary of State for Wales, Stephen Crabb said “Tourism is becoming an ever more competitive sector but developments like this (Oyster Wharf) will put Mumbles on the map and represent a legacy for future generations”.

( I might not agree with that comment as Mumbles is already known worldwide and firmly on the map. Editors comment only).

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 of Underhill Park.

Details of the scheme will be outlined at All Saints Church, Oystermouth at 7.00pm on 10th November.

The meeting has been called by Cllr. Miles Thomas and Cllr. Tony Colburn and will discuss the proposed transfer of the management of the Park. Cllr Colburn said ” There will be a presentation by the company on its future intentions and officers from Swansea Council will be present to answer questions”.

Cllr.Colburn said a report on the proposals will  be going before the Council’s Cabinet this month, when more details will be known.

Why not turn up and find out  more about this change and how it will affect the running of sports events.