You will know by now (I hope) that the Post Office in Mumbles will be moving on March 30th 2016 to the premises of LEWIS NEWS on Newton Road.
The usual retail goods will still be available at LEWIS NEWS after the move.
see the full report in the Evening Post, January 7th.
Due to a leak of water from an adjoining office into the Council chamber. it is necessary to keep the office closed until the drying-out period has been completed. This could take at least 2 weeks.
The committee meetings due to take place on the 4th, 5th and 6th of January will be held in the Minor Hall of the Ostreme Centre.
Should you require any information or assistance with any matter, please contact your local Community Councillor, details available on www.mumbles.gov.uk
Mumbles Community Council is looking for a new councillor following the resignation of one of its members
Notices have been put up in the area advertising the vacancy in the West Cross Ward. There will be an election if 10 constituents request one in writing by 26 November 2015. Electors should write to the returning officer at Swansea Council.
If none is requested, the community council will seek to coopt a new councillor. There are currently 17 of them serving the Newton, Oystermouth, Mayals and West Cross wards.
The council aims to support local organisations and improve amenities and the look of the village, among other roles. Its work is funded by the precept — a relatively small amount paid by council tax payers.
To find out more about the role, phone council clerk Steve Heydon on 01792 363598.
An article by Evening Post Reporter, Chris Peregrine on the 4th November tells the story”Victory as green area protected forever”.
He goes on to reveal that the residents of Castle Green Acre, Norton can carry on using the 2.9 acres of grassed area and woodland as it has now been granted village green staus.
For the full story read it in the South Wales Evening Post, Community section.
Replacement sewers scheme is set to commence this month (November) and will continue into next summer.
The Evening Post Reporter, Richard Youle gives a detailed account in thPost on the 29th October where he advises that “The £2.7 million project will focus on Summerland Lane, Newton, Dunns Lane and Newton Road. The materials will be stored in Oystermouth Square”.
There will be temporary road closures on a section of Summerland Lane, Newton and upper Newton Road.
Read all about it in the South Wales Evening Post