Six stories from Mumbles you might have missed

  Posted: 20.02.21 at 09:30 by Beth Thomas

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Catch up on the top stories from in and around Mumbles this week.

Councillor expresses 'concern' as West Cross Army Reserve Centre listed for sale

A call to retain the 1998 Squadron in West Cross has been launched, as the Army Reserve Centre is listed for sale.

Family combats lockdown boredom by creating scavenger hunt for local children

Charles Meaden and his family created a Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt around Mumbles for children to complete with their families.

The history behind the iconic Big Apple

Located on the road that runs to Bracelet Bay, the ‘Big Apple’ kiosk has been an iconic Mumbles landmark for generations.

Local lady’s paint-along videos get global following

A local Swansea woman has attracted a worldwide audience through her free paint-alongs on social media.

Cover to Cover shortlisted for Independent Bookshop of the Year award

Cover to Cover bookshop has been shortlisted as a country finalist for an Independent Bookshop of the Year award.

Mayals residents sign letter to Swansea Council saying new cycle path is ‘unsafe’

A local campaign group has sent a letter to Swansea Council saying a proposal for cycle tracks on Mayals Road is “unsafe”.

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