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Sept 2016 - The new Oyster Wharf development is nearing completion


Try some of these suggested subjects-

A new topic:-

Edgar Pressdee & Eunice Jones

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Mumbles Marble & Geology Field Guide



Oysters & Mumbles Oyster Industry

Oystermouth Radio History Broadcasts





NEW
Going to School in Edwardian Mumbles by Carol Powell MA
The Edwardian era began on 23 January 1901. What was life like thoughout this decade, and particularly education which was compulsory for all children up to the age of twelve?



War Memorials  
and Those Commemorated on Them




Mumbles . . .
is not a type of speech defect


OYSTERMOUTH HISTORICAL 
ASSOCIATION
Our next meeting is 
Life on the
Mary Rose
by 
Phil Bowen 
at
OSTREME Centre, Mumbles
7.45 on Thursday 20th OCTOBER
Everyone welcome at all meetings

Members Free          Guests £2.50


DISPLAY

OYSTERMOUTH  HISTORICAL  ASSOCIATION

EXHIBITION IN
OYSTERMOUTH LIBRARY
 

NOW

Photograph: OHA Archive



Carol continues her discussions of Old Mumbles
with Peter Tremewan at -
Soon to be uploaded
A Wander Through Time on Mumbles Hill
Fishing Weirs 

Talks uploaded so far include-
Public Health in the Victorian Parish of Oystermouth
Lilliput Hall and Cottage
Living on Lighthouse Island
Mumbles Railway-Its History & Memories
The Cape Horners of Old Mumbles
Visits to Bracelet Bay
The Dialect spoken by locals in Mumbles
The Oyster Trade in Mumbles,
Mumbles' First Mother and Baby Clinic,

More subjects soon

CD Available from Cover to Cover



Our sphere of research is the Old Parish of Oystermouth, which encompasses the area
from the river at Blackpill to Caswell Bay 
and all the villages within this area-
Contact the Editors


Dunns Mansion, pre 1855


Dunns Mansion by Carol Powell MA

Published in Mumbles Times, April 2016



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