Mumbles War Memorials

and Rolls of Honour

Mumbles, situated on a headland, is on the western edge of Swansea Bay

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1914-18 Rood Screen Memorial

1939-45 Memorial & Book of Remembrance

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Mumbles Methodist Church

WW1 and WW2 Memorials

1914-18 and 1939-45 Memorials

Murton Methodist and

Saint Teilo’s Parish Church

Boar War, 1914-18 and 1939-45

Parade Gardens, Mumbles

and the change into a stone memorial

More Memorials & Rolls of Honour

American Forces Memorial

At Newton Village Hall, Mumbles

Dedicated to those who lived and trained

in Mumbles, Swansea & Gower, during WW2

from Mumbles Baptist Church

Roll of Honour & Extracts from the logbook

at Nanna Todd's in Southend Parade

1914-1918 Memorial, Swansea

A story too painful to narrate by Gwynne Hodge

opens in A History of Mumbles

100 Years: The Battle of Passchendaele

The Six Mumbles Casualties Lost

The Third Battle of Passchendaele >

Mumbles Remembers

Mumbles Men and The Battle of Mametz Wood >

Among the losses were three from Mumbles, serving with the 14th Swansea Service Battalion of the Welsh Regiment, who all died on the same day - 10 July 1916.

Faces from the Great War:

by Carol Powell

'The Men Behind the Names'

Commemorating 1918 - 2018

November 2018, marks the centenary of the end

of the Great War (1914-18) that 'War to End All Wars'

The Village they left behind


Remembrance 1914 - 1918

Nurses Lucy and Margaret Wood

Two nurses photos have been added to

Red Cross Hospitals in Mumbles during The Great War by Carol Powell M.A.

Donated by their decendant Penny Hehir

Plaque unveiled to the memory of

Professional Golfer

and Groundsman at the club


This website forms the culmination of some twenty-five years' research by Tony Cook, Peter Dover-Wade, Andrew Vollans and myself, John Powell.