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Welcome to Mumbles

Mumbles takes its name from the headland and islands stretching into the west of Swansea Bay. The area includes Oystermouth Castle, Mumbles Pier and Lighthouse, and is made up of the Mayals, Newton, Oystermouth and West Cross electoral wards, with an elected Community Council.

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Mumbles Community Council budgets a sum of money every year for Small Grants to organisations and activities that contribute constructively to, and enhance, the life and community of Mumbles.
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Council News

Social Afternoon – Tuesday 21 March 2017

Tickets are now available from MCC’s Office,  for the latest in our programme of social events held at the Ostreme Centre, Mumbles. Tea, cakes, conservation and music by the ever popular and much requested Starlight Group.  Plus a free raffle.  
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Mumbles Got Talent: Applications Now Open!

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
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Mumbles Author Releases Chilling Tale

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
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Anyone for Chess?

Mumbles Community Council has funded the provision a new bench with a special top with two chess boards on it alongside Ripples on the prom. Chess pieces are available from Ripples, or bring your own.
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Council Seeks to fill Vacancy

Mumbles Community Council has a casual vacancy in the West Cross Ward and is looking to fill this vacancy by co-option. Anyone who wishes to apply for the co-option should contact the Clerk of the Council on 363598 for an application pack.  These packs need to be returned before
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Netball Tournament

Oystermouth Primary School took first and second place in an inaugural netball tournament organised by Mumbles Community Council. The round-robin event at Bishopston Sports Centre was for primary schools in the area, each of which entered two teams. Members of the successful
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