council news


Join us on Sunday 13th October for an evening with international acclaimed pianist Margaret Fingerhut in aid on Swansea City of Sanctuary.

Through music and words, Margaret tells the story of the many composers who were refugees because of war persecution, or who migrated for their work. Her programme include Chopin, Greig, Handel, Haydn, Prokofiev and Rachmaninov, and has specially commisstioned a new piece by Arian. the Kurdish Syrian composer who wrote the refugee Nation Anthem for the 2016 Olympics

Tickets are £15 online via Eventbrite or call Tracy on 078117755698



Hennebont Plaque council news
Mumbles has presented Hennebont, its twin town in Brittany, with a plaque to commemorate the 15th anniversary of the 2004 signing of the twinning charter between the two communities. Designed by Ammanford-based lettering artist Ieuan Rees and cut on Welsh slate, the plaque is dedicated to the Cistercian chronologist Yves Pezron, who was born and