Sport Wales has made a fantastic £250k grant offer to registered charity Mumbles Community Association towards the costs of a new full sized All-weather Pitch (AWP) in Underhill Park
Swansea Council has awarded Mumbles Community Association £330k towards the costs of developing a new All-Weather Pitch in Underhill Park, the last element of the Phase 1 plans
With the construction of new facilities at Underhill Park getting closer to completion, Mumbles Community Association (MCA) is looking to appoint two new full-time roles to help develop a vibrant and successful operation which meets community needs.
Six Councillors from Mumbles Community Council (MCC) have been given a tour of the Go Underhill construction site so they could get a close up look at how the development is shaping up.
Guy Jones, a Funding Officer for The National Lottery Communities Fund, has expressed his delight in the Go Underhill development after a site visit to see how the construction is progressing.
A fantastic donation of £5k, including Gift Aid, has been made by local lady Helen Gough, in memory of her late husband James Thomas Michael, aka Jimmy Crackers.
Swansea Building Society has donated £10,000 to the redevelopment of the facilities in Underhill Park, to protect and enhance the asset for the local community and visitors.
To facilitate a start on the construction of Changing Rooms 5 & 6, Mumbles RFC have agreed to allow some further partial demolition of their existing home team changing rooms. Temporary facilities are being provided by T.A.D. to replace those lost.
A £5,000 donation from former Mumbles RFC 1st XV player Nick Hansard, together with a £3,000 donation from Surfside Cafes and another significant donation, brings the prospect of completing all of the changing rooms in Phase 1 a big step closer.
Mumbles Community Association and been welcomed as a new member of the Welsh Sports Association (WSA), the membership body for the sport and leisure industry in Wales which aims to facilitate the prosperity of the sector
Peter Hixson, a stalwart of Mumbles RFC who is sadly no longer with us, will be remembered through the new developments in Underhill Park after his son, Rob Hixson, made a donation in Peter’s name.
Mallard Chartered Surveyors has made a fantastic £6,500 donation to Go Underhill. The company has been trading in Mumbles for 10 years and see the donation as a way of thanking the community for their support.