Former Wales rugby captain, Paul Thorburn, who has links with the Park as a player, parent and local resident, has expressed his support for the Go Underhill development.
Mumbles Rangers FC are preparing for a strong future by making improvements to their main pitch in Underhill Park.
Go Underhill has taken a huge step forward after Mumbles Community Council decided to enter into a Community Partnership with MCA, giving support which will enable many elements of Stage 1 to progress
In response to the wet weather at the start of this year, we have provided information about flooding and the impact the development will have on this issue
MCA is thrilled to announce that Swansea’s favourite ice cream maker, Joe’s, has given £10,000 in sponsorship to the Go Underhill development
Following a public meeting on 31 January, members of the community, businesses and park users step up to the plate to help raise the funding needed to get Go Underhill done.
Anyone interested in the development of Underhill Park is invited to attend a public meeting taking place at 7:00pm on Friday 31 January 2020 at All Saints Church in Mumbles
Former Wales Rugby Coach Mike Ruddock says he’s “fully behind the Go Underhill plans being drive forward by Mumbles Community Association”
MCA are delighted to announce that planning approval has been secured from Swansea Council for the development of new facilities at Underhill Park.
Act now to help us secure funding by commenting on Mumbles Community Council’s Development Plan proposals and helping us show grant bodies the difference the project will make.
We’re delighted to announce that MCA has successfully negotiated a Deed of Consent with the Somerset Trust to undertake building work in Underhill Park.
Mumbles Old People’s Welfare Association have donated more than £9,000 to Go Underhill