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'What is Mumbles?'


'Mumbles . . . is not a type of speech defect,

Mumbles is a place and a very pretty one too.'


Our sphere of research is the Old Parish of Oystermouth



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Blackpill Village


Castle 

Oystermouth Castle


Changing Shoreline
& The Old 'Horsepool' Harbour


Cinemas and Entertainment Halls
The Tivoli Cinema, Mumbles






Mumbles Marble & Geology Field Guide

Mumbles Hill During Peace and War 



Mumbles Oyster Industry


Mumbles Pier and steam train, c1900

Excavations on Mumbles Hill have been completed -
More: 

Exploring the Roman heritage of Mumbles 


Oystermouth Board School, c1890 
The Mumbles electric Train at the Pier, 1950s
More: The Mumbles Railway-the route from Blackpill to Oystermouth
With photos taken along the route

War Memorials  
and Those Commemorated on Them




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  and acknowledgment of content



Talks will restart after the summer break


New- Mumbles Lifeboat Book

Discover More:

 The Mumbles Lifeboat Station   
a book by Kate Jones, 
is packed with stories of the gallantry of the crews of the Mumbles Lifeboats. 
£8.95, from Cover to Cover, Newton Road, Mumbles or RNLI Shop at Mumbles Lifeboat Station.


Oystermouth Radio publish a NEW CD

The new CD
INKLEMAKERS Volume Two,
has three audio readings
by Carol Powell 
The Mumbles Railway, 
Part One and Part Two 
as well as Living on the Lighthouse Island


Mumbles stories on Oystermouth Radio

In the latest story in THE INKLEMAKERS series
Carol Powell tells Peter Tremewan
and Oystermouth Radio listeners
all about the experiences of those who
Lived on Mumbles Lighthouse Island

A new CD, Volume Two of INKLEMAKERS
(It means busy People in Mumbles dialect) 
is also available from Cover to Cover
an ideal gift of memories





A Pantomime at The Royal British Legion, Oystermouth Square


MUMBLES PAST


'In The Dunns and Oystermouth Square'?