A new Hub in the green heart of Mumbles:By the community; for everyone
Here’s a look around the community and sporting facilities available in the Hub
What is on offer?
Initial Opening Days/Times
As this is a completely new operation, we are learning what the community want to see in Underhill Hub. Initially, our opening hours will be as follows:
Mondays and Tuesdays:
The Hub will be closed for casual visits, to allow us to offer activity sessions, either directly or through groups hiring the Hub. We will be shaping this based on interest from activity organisers and from the community… so do get in touch and let us know what you would like to see on offer.
Wednesday – Sunday:
Catering either in the café or through the hatch window 9am – 6pm, (5pm on Sundays).
Food & Drink
To get us started, we are offering a selection of cakes – most of which will be locally baked – and pastries, plus something more substantial for those who want it – breakfast baps, paninis and pizzas. A children’s menu is available for little people and those with a smaller appetite.
And, of course, you will be able to get a Joe’s Ice Cream fix, with a choice of tubs available.
To wet the whistle you can choose from Welsh Brew teas, Bay Roasters’ ‘Seadog’ coffee and Daymer Bay juices, tap and bottled water plus popular branded fizzy drinks. Having secured our Premises License, the Hub will also offer a range of wines and beers.
Hire the Hub
Our new Hub can be hired for a range of private events and as a base for publicy open activities.
- Available any time and hired by the hour.
- Available for hire on Mondays and Tuesdays, if you want to put on an activity which anyone can attend.
- Private hire events can be considered on Friday and Saturday evenings, subject to the nature of the event and commitments to sporting activities.
Our grant funders and donors
We have had incredible support from a wide range of organisations, businesses and individuals to enable us to complete the construction of our new buildings. Our thanks go to all of the following, without them we would not have our fantastic new facilities for the community to enjoy.
We have received significant grants from:
We have received donations from:
And our thanks to the following for their individual donations:
- Mumbles Old People’s Welfare Association
- Richard & Amanda Wastnage
- Keith Harris
- Rob Davies
Donations in memory:
- James Thomas Michael, aka Jimmy Crackers
- Peter Hixson
- Chris Hansard
- Oswald Gates
- Mark Sims
- Brian Hixson
We are also grateful to the following companies for their in-kind support: