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The Tivoli Cinema, Mumbles


By Grafton Maggs
The Tivoli Cinema, is  fondly remembered by many of us, who patronised it in the 1940s and 1950s 

Latest News

  Mumbles Development Trust wins
Heritage Lottery Fund support
 for an exciting new project

Exploring the Roman heritage of Mumbles  and the origins of the famous Mumbles Oyster Fishery

From our archive -

Roman remains were discovered 
at All Saints' Church, Oystermouth

Our Roman Heritage-The All Saints’ Pavement

as well as our articles concerning the 

I served on HMS Exeter - memories of a local man, Gwyn Hodge who was aboard, when the ship
 was sunk 
on St David's Day 
in 1942. 
They were held as prisoners of the Japanese, in a disease ridden camp. - more . . .

HMS EXETER, 1941

The betrayal of our heroes, WW2 wrecks in
Java Sea
illegally removed including t
he wreck of the Exeter  more 

Also, please try some of these other subjects-






Mumbles Marble & Geology Field Guide




Oysters & Mumbles Oyster Industry

OHA - Talks  at Ostreme Centre

Oystermouth Radio History Broadcasts







War Memorials  
and Those Commemorated on Them



New Display at Oystermouth Library


The next talk at Ostreme Centre, Mumbles

Oystermouth Historical Association

REMEMBERING THE GREAT WAR
ON THE WESTERN FRONT
An illustrated talk
by Gary Williams
7.45 pm on 
Thursday 16 February
OSTREME CENTRE
Visitors & guests entrance fee £2.50
payable at door
Members Free


Field Trip Details & Booking Form

Oystermouth Historical Association
31 May 2017
You are welcome to join us
and bring a friend

Oystermouth Radio online

Carol continues her discussions
of Old Mumbles 
with Peter Tremewan at -
CD also available from Cover to Cover
an ideal gift of memories
a

New publication by Brian E Davies


The fascinating photographs record some of the many changes