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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.

Council News

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New Councillors Elected

Congratulations to Mary Colburn and Judith Twining on being elected onto Mumbles Community Council. Five candidates contested the election to fill two vacancies in the Newton Ward. The full results can be seen here.
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The exhibition to commemorate 100 years of Dylan is on dispaly at the Oriel Bach gallery in Mumbles. This exhibition, funded by Mumbles Community Council, was launched this week and runs until the 30th August . Those present at the opening, were Cllr. Helen Mitchell, Chair of
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On Sunday next, MCC will be once again supporting the RNLI fundraising event known throughout Swansea as THE RAFT RACE. The Communcity Council will have a stall on Southend Gardens and will provide a free bouncy castel for the children during the afternoon. Your Councillors will
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Publishing Council Minutes

We’ve had technical difficulties with our new website which has led to our minutes section not being as up-to-date or as complete as we would like it to be. If you would like to see any ‘missing’ minutes, please contact the Clerk, who will email them to you, or
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Coastal Communities Grant

Mumbles Community Council have applied to the Coastal Communities Fund for a grant of £172,000 as lead partner in a project looking to maximise Tourism opportunities for the unique, distinctive Gateway town to Gower; to sustain distinctiveness and improve the economic growth of
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