West Cross Ward Co-opted: August 2018 Chair of Council Committees: Economic Well-Being and Community and Social Well-being Political Affiliation – Labour
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Political Affiliation – Labour
"I have lived in the West Cross area of Mumbles for some twenty-two
years. I am married with two grown children who were previously pupils
at Whitestone, Bishopston and Bishop Gore Schools. I currently work at
Cardiff University where I am a lecturer at the School of Medicine
having spent my early career in the NHS. I have a particular interest
in older people in our community as I believe it is vitally important
that as we all age we develop services and facilities that help our
older residents enjoy a fulfilling, healthy and happy life."
"I have lived in Overland Road, Oystermouth for nearly 30years and have one daughter, two step daughters and two grandsons. I have considerable experience and success in large-scale fund-raising and in devising strategic plans from National to local level for better Sports, Leisure and Green Transport provision. I would like to encourage my fellow councillors to approve policies for the maximum benefit of future generations in our area rather than being based on short term party political or personal interest considerations.”
“I live in West Cross with my husband Eugene after moving to the Mumbles area to work for Swansea City of Sanctuary. I work for Public Health Wales, working with diverse communities to protect and promote health and well-being. I chair the MCC Covid-19 Response Team. I am Chair of the Community and Social Well-Being Committee and am committed to improved local facilities for all.”
West Cross Ward Elected May 2017 Committees: Chair Joint Enabling Committee, Planning, Community & Social Well-being, Economic Well-being, Environmental Well-being, Cultural & Tourism Well-being, Premises.
"I’m married to Jackie and have two grown up children. I have lived in West Cross since the age of five so have grown up in the area and am passionate about it. I am self-employed running my own carpentry business. I would like to see West Cross become a more vibrant family orientated area.”
“I’m Adam, I’m originally from Mumbles, I’m a keen hiker and a volunteer on Mumbles Lifeboat. As a local business owner, I know the challenges we all face. Get in touch if there’s anything I can do to help.”
West Cross Ward Elected February 2019 Committees: Environmental Well-Being, Cultural and Tourism Well Being
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Political Affiliation: Labour
"Originally from Aberdare, I am married with 3 grown-up children. I joined the army at 17, serving in N.Ireland and the Falklands. I then joined the Met Police and Hampshire Police. I retired in 2009 and returned to Wales - choosing to live in Mumbles where I had holidays when young. I stood for election because I believe that if I live in an area I should contribute to get things done."
Oystermouth Ward Elected May 2017 Committees:Chair of Environmental Well-being Committee, Joint Enabling Committee, Environmental Well-being Committee, Economic Well-being Committee, Premises Committe, Personnel Committee.
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Political Affiliation: Labour Party
"Lived in Mumbles since 1998 and retired from my post as International Manager at Gower College in 2014. My two daughters attended Oystermouth and Bishopston schools. Now work freelance as an International Education Consultant and am an enthusiastic allotment holder. I was Chair of MCC from 2018 to 2020 and represent the Council on the One Voice Wales Larger Councils Committee. I was a director of Mumbles Development Trust for 10 years and am currently Treasurer of the Twinning Association of Mumbles and a Governor of Oystermouth School."
used to run the video shop in West Cross, now probably best known as
the lollypop lady outside Llwynderw school so I’m easy to find! I also
volunteer there as a gardener. I’m governor for both Llwynderw and Grange primary schools. I’m also Chair of West Cross Community Centre. I want to see better facilities for young
people and am happy to be the Community Council post box for any
comments, suggestions, questions.”
"Hi, I’m Myles and I represent Oystermouth ward on MCC, as well as serving as the County Councillor for Oystermouth. I am also a School Governor at Oystermouth Primary School and Chairman of the Friends of Mumbles Parks community group. Coming from the Mumbles area, I am determined to see Mumbles reach its huge potential and become an even better place to live, work and visit.”
Newton Ward Elected May 2017 Committees: Chairman Cultural & Tourism Well-being, Economic, Digital archive and Ostreme joint working group
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Political Affiliation: Labour
“Lived in Newton all my life and am a professional pianist performing recitals, chamber music and concertos throughout the UK and Europe. I’m also a music producer and promoter and perform on S4C with singers on ‘Heno’. I represent Newton, am C&CS Labour Group spokesperson for Newton and Social Secretary for the Gower Constituency Labour Group. I am delighted to serve on the board of governors for Newton Primary School - where I went as a boy.”
“I am married to Kath and have two sons who both went to Bishopston School. Having lived in the Newton area all my life it`s great to get the opportunity to represent the area on Mumbles Community Council. Career wise, I am a business owner and have worked for both local and national companies.”
“Worked for 30 years in the Fire Service. First in an operational role throughout West Glamorgan then transferred to the Fire Prevention Department for 9 years specialising in licensed premises involving court work and public protection committee meetings at Port Talbot, Neath Lliw Valley and Swansea Councils. Elected Chair of MCC in May 2017.”
Mayals Ward Elected June 2019 Committees: Economic Well-Being and Historical Archives Committee
Political Affiliation: Conservative
"I've lived in Swansea all my life and really love this part of the world. I'm a civil servant and believe we have a duty to protect our precious public services from privatisation, corruption and abuse while acknowledging we all bear responsibility for our own welfare and that of our institutions and services. I enjoy being part of the community of Mumbles via MCC and being a part of the work to make our lives richer together."
"Hi, I’m Will as well as being the County Councillor for Newton I like to take a very active role in MCC. I am exited by what we hope to achieve over the next few years at MCC and it is a great honour to be part of it."
“I am a past Chair of Mumbles Community Council. I represent Mayals Ward on both MCC and Swansea City Council. On MCC I am on the Social Well-being Committee. I am on the Mayals School Governing Body where I am the” Looked After Children “ (LAC) representative and also the Well Being Committee.I see my challenge as to fight for the preservation of the heritage of this beautiful area while providing safe venues for family days out. I am also an elected member of the Governing Body of the Church in Wales.”
"I have lived in the Mayals for 7 years, I am married with 2 sons. I currently work as a Business Systems Analyst for a Multi -national company. I recently joined the council and feel it is important to involve everyone in the community. I look forward to being involved with the various projects we are delivering."