THE Ospreys face Mumbles Cricket Club in a Twenty20 charity clash on August 9.

The teams have played each other twice since the inaugural fixture in 2009, with honours even at one apiece. The 2010 and 2012 fixtures were rained off.

The August 9 fixture starts at 4pm at Mumbles CC’s Marespool Ground.

Money raised will go to a yet-to-be-confirmed charity.

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Albert Henry Percival Tyler (Bert), dearly loved and cherished father of Councillor Linda Tyler-Lloyd, and father-in-law of Tony.

He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Mumbles Community Council is seeking financial support from Swansea Council for a £4,000 scheme to make Mayals Green “no entry” for vehicles.

The community council will also press Swansea Council to look into removing the traffic island on Mumbles Road to allow more room for traffic turning right onto Mill Lane

Mumbles Community Council has hit back against claims that the Council is not open.

In a letter published in today’s Evening Post, Council Clerk, Steve Heydon writes:

Mumbles Community Council (along with all town/community councils) annually invites the public to look at not only their accounts but also their audit papers, their invoices, their petty cash, their bank statements and even their cheque stubs.

I can’t think of any other bodies that are as open as this.

The details of the accidental double claim that Mr Cooper refers to has therefore been in the public domain since our last audit in June 2012.

Reading of those files would show that Mr Cooper is mistaken in his assertion that the accidental double claim occurred in one financial year and led to “many hundreds of pounds” deficit in the petty cash.

The only effect on petty cash was to increase its level when the money was paid back on the discovery of the mistake.

He is also wrong to equate a vote against his proposals with a lack of willingness to be open and accountable.

The fact is that many councillors thought his proposals were overly-bureaucratic and would lead to an unnecessary delay in paying invoices.

SAMARITANS volunteer and former BT manager Helen Mitchell has replaced Linda Tyler-Lloyd as the chairwoman of Mumbles Community Council.

Mrs Mitchell, 66, of St Andrews Close, Mayals, is chairwoman of the highways committee and has worked hard to promote road safety issues.

Her hobbies include her family, music, supporting the Swans, and theatre.

Her predecessor, who is a Swansea councillor, served in the position for two years. The council’s new vice-chairman is John Beach, of Picket Mead Road, Newton. He is a former chairman of the council.