By the community; for everyone

Leading the way and making it happen

The transformation of Underhill Park is being undertaken by a registered charity, Mumbles Community Association, which was specifically set up to deliver the development and take on the long term operation of the Park for the benefit of everyone.

The project is led by the charity’s Trustees, who include representatives from Mumbles RFC and Mumbles Rangers, as well as a number of individuals, all of whom are freely giving their time, skills and energy to make it happen.

The Trustees are supported by a Steering Group which includes a wider representation of clubs and individuals who are all passionate about delivering the transformation of Underhill Park.

Help us transform the park

Meeting each month to monitor progress and drive the project forward, the Trustees also draw in additional expertise from individuals and companies willing to assist by giving their time and using their skills and knowledge on behalf of Go Underhill.

As a team, we are always keen to hear from anyone who is willing to help, whether that is with fundraising, spreading the word, technical advice or helping us engage with individuals and groups in the community and the wider area.

If you are willing and able to assist in any way, then we’d love to hear from you, so please get in touch.

Working together

The organisations which are involved in Mumbles Community Association or are working with us on Go Underhill include:

Mumbles Rugby Football Club

Delivering opportunity to play and support Rugby in Mumbles since 1887, with Junior, Youth and Senior teams



Mumbles Rangers Football Club

An FAW Gold Accredited Club with boys and girls teams at all ages from Under 6 through to Under 16, Youth, Seniors and Ladies


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Mumbles Community Council

The local community council for the area, committed to representing the people of Mumbles, supporting local organisations, improving the street scene and the environment, and providing enhanced services.

The Council are fully behind the plans for developing Underhill Park.