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.rmouth 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

Mumbles in Bloom – Last Chance for Entries

Time is running out for those wishing to enter this year’s Mumbles in Bloom, with the closing date set of 5 August 2015 rapidly approaching. Mumbles Community Council (MCC) has revived the competition as part of its campaign to win Wales in Bloom. Competition organiser, Cllr
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Mumbles to hold ‘Schools Community Council’

Mumbles Community Council is organising a ‘School’s Community Council’, where pupils from six of the local primary schools will have their chance to say how they would like to improve the community. Each school will send two representatives from their own School Council to the
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EVENTS

Tickets Available for September Social

Free tickets are now available for MCC’s next popular social event.  This will take place 2pm – 4pm on Tuesday 27th September at The
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Music in Southend Gardens

Free entertainment at Southend Gardens on Sunday 28th August, when Mumbles Community Council present, for your entertainment, a musical
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Notices

Community News

Neighbourhood Friends

Where?    Newton Village Hall When?    Tuesday 29th November @ 7:15pm Why?     We are launching NEIGHBOURHOOD FRIENDS. This is your local charity for your local residents – your neighbours.                       There are
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FIXING POTHOLES – FAST?

The Swansea Leader (The Newspaper of the City) states that “we’re fixing potholes fast to keep the traffic on the go”. Residents can help by reporting potholes on line at www.swansea.gov.uk/potholes It will be important for details of the exact location to be
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