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Official History Book Launch, 2pm, Saturday 8 April 2017, at All Saints' Church

Excavations at Mumbles Hill, discover more Pottery

LATEST NEWS- The excavations taking place on Mumbles Hill, under the guidance of Glamorgan-Gwent Archaeological Trust, have discovered more Pottery and a nail. see  Exploring the Roman heritage of Mumbles  

The findings of the project will be shared with the local community through exhibits, posters and on-line information


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Oystermouth Historical Association

RYAN DAVIES: 
WALES’ MOST VERSATILE ENTERTAINER 
An audio-visual presentation 
by Mike Evans 
Thursday 20 April at 7.45pm
Ostreme Centre, Mumbles

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Oystermouth Library Display by OHA

Field Trip on Wednesday 31 May 2017

Oystermouth Historical Association
Wednesday 31 May 2017
You are welcome to join us
and bring a friend
For details ring (01792) 367712 


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

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Mumbles is ?


Mumbles
 . . . is not a type of speech defect

MUMBLES 
is a place and a very pretty one too


by Carol Powell
Broadway is the name given to a small section of Newton Road