February 2015

TAKE CARE RECHARGING TOYS

Fire crews from Sketty and Swansea Central were called out to Plunch Lane, Mumbles on Thursday night to deal with an electrical fire involving a toy which was being recharged. It resulted in a small fire and there were no injuries reported. The Fire service stood down at 12.20 am
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NEW SUPERMARKET IN MUMBLES ?

The Evening Post Reporter, Nino Williams tells us that a landmark store in Mumbles, which has been trading for almost 50 years has had enquiries from three large supermarket chains to take over the site. The owner of Treasure, which is the subject of the story, Mr Allan Lloyd,
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PATH TO THE PROM.

The local residents of Mayals are reported to be pleased with the new pathway to the promenade and seafront from Mumbles road. The report in the Evening Post, Friday 20th Feb tells us that Councillor Linda Tyler-Lloyd cut the ribbon at the opening stating  “I am pleased
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Langland Memorial

We are planning to unveil a plaque at Langland Bay Golf Club, to the memory to Lemuel Ace, born in Mumbles in 1884, who was a casualty of the Great War. He was a Professional Golfer and Groundsman at our club before he joined the army, almost exactly 100 years ago. The plaque is
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MUMBLES MUST NOT BE RUINED

A letter in the Evening Post, Tues 3rd Feb.15 from Heather Davies, reads, ” I am saddened that the redevelopment of Mumbes Pier area is, again, being pushed forward. I am sure I am not alone in fearing the outcome. May comon sense prevail; may this development not be given
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Schools Democracy event

As part of Mumbles Community Council’s Democracy event, which aims to educate and involve young people in their role in the community a meeting was held in Mayals school. On Friday the 30th January for the first time , representatives from six primary schools across Mumbles
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