|Tuesday||14 March||Monthly Meeting||7pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||28 March||Special Meeting||7pm||Agenda||Minutes|
Entrants must live in either the SA3 or SA2 postal codes.
Categories – Under 10, 11-15 and 16 & over.
Heats will be held at the Church of the Holy Cross, Fairwood Road, West Cross, SA3 5JP form 6-9pm on Fridays 10th, 17th and 24th of March 2017.
The Grand Final will be held at the Ostreme Centre, Mumbles, SA3 4BA on Friday 31 March 2017.
Applications for Mumbles’ Got Talent are now open!
“If you think you’ve got a talent that’ll impress our Judges, then we want to see it!” said Council Chairman Helen Mitchell.
Mumbles Community Council have got together with the KITE Academy of Performing Arts to set-up the inaugural Mumbles’ Got Talent Competition.
There are three age bands in the completion – under 10, 11-15 and 16 & over, with auditions being held throughout March.
Tickets are available for the Grand Final, which will be held at the Ostreme Centre on 31 March 2017 at 6.30pm.
Further information can be found on the Council’s website – mumbles.gov.uk or by calling the Clerk on 363598
- JANUARY 2017
- SPECIAL 10 JAN 2017
- SPECIAL 30 JAN 2017
- FEBRUARY 2017
- MARCH 2017
- SPECIAL 28 MARCH 2017
- APRIL 2017
- ANNUAL MEETING
- MAY 2017
- JUNE 2017
- SPECIAL 27 JUNE 2017
- JULY 2017
- SPECIAL 1 AUGUST 2017
- AUGUST 2017
- SEPTEMBER 2017
- SPECIAL 26 SEPTEMBER 2017
- OCTOBER 2017
- SPECIAL 24 OCTOBER 2017
- NOVEMBER 2017
- SPECIAL 8 DECEMBER 2017
- DECEMBER 2017
|Tuesday||14 February||Monthly Meeting||7pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||21 February||Marketing & Media||6pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||28 February||Community Planning||6pm||Agenda||Minutes|
Oystermouth castle is due to re-open on April first for the new season.
For further details of events on offer, look up www.swansea.gov.uk/events
Then help is at hand from the Charitable Christmas Tree service. You can recycle your tree at the following venues:
to confirm that we will be offering our charitable Christmas Tree recycling service as follows:
Reynoldston(Higher Green) – 7th Jan 10am until 3pm
Penllergaer (Sports field off Old Llangyfelach Road) – 9th Jan 10am until 3pm
Clydach (Clydach Community Hall – tbc)- 10th Jan 10am until 3pm
Bishopston (Murton Community Centre) – 11th Jan 10am until 3pm
Pontlliw (Carmel Road) – 12th Jan 10am until 3pm
Swansea Community Farm (Carmarthen Road) – 13th Jan and 23rd Jan 10am until 3pm
All proceeds raised will be given to the Community Farm.
|Monday||9 January||Special Highways||6.15pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Monday||9 January||Special Events||7.15pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||10 January||Monthly Meeting||7pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||10 January||Special Meeting||8pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||17 January||Special Development||6pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||17 January||Special Marketing & Media||6.30pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||17 January||Budget Committee||7pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Tuesday||24 January||Marketing & Media||6pm||Agenda||Minutes|
|Wednesday||25 January||Community Planning||7pm||Agenda||Minutes|
Mumbles Author releases chilling tale where happily ever after is not all it seems…
After suffering several ill-fated relationships in the past, Kim has finally found a man she can trust — a man who is different to other guys. Ben is charming, funny, and successful, and Kim finds herself slowly falling in love with him.
However, things slowly start to change as mysterious deaths follow Ben wherever he goes. Is it just coincidence, or is Ben not quite the perfect boyfriend he seems to be, after all? You will find yourself locked into the pages and swept along by the plot of this action-packed thriller. This chilling tale will haunt you long after you turn the final page…
Matthew Gilbert was born in Southampton but grew up in Swansea, South Wales. Matthew was an avid reader from an early age; Enid Blyton, Richmal Crompton and Malorie Blackman were his favourite authors as a child. Growing up, Matthew’s influences were Stephen King and Dean Koontz. He also enjoys reading John Saul and James Patterson.
Matthew liked creative writing in school and enjoyed writing stories. After university (where he earned an undergraduate degree in French and Italian and a postgraduate degree in Early Childhood Studies), Matthew went travelling. Whilst in Australia, Matthew came up with the idea for his first novel, Ben. However, this project took a back seat when Matthew returned to Wales and started writing children’s books. Over time, Matthew found that he really wanted to finish his thriller novel, so he decided to stop writing children’s books and concentrate on Ben. He found it refreshing to write for a different audience, and especially enjoyed developing the characters.
Aside from writing, Matthew enjoys playing football, travelling and running. He is still an avid reader. In 2013, Matthew married Laura, whom he had first met when he was nine years old. They had their first child, Ellie, in 2015 and live in West Cross.