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Mumbles is a local government community made up of the electoral wards of Mayals, Newton, Oystermouth and West Cross in Swansea, Wales. Mumbles has its own elected community council consisting of eighteen councillors. At the 2001 census the population was 16,774. Settlements The villages in the community council region are: Blackpill Mayals Langland Limeslade Newton Norton Oystermouth Thistleboon West Cross Twinning The Mumbles community is twinned with[1]: Kinsale,  Ireland Hennebont,  France External links Mumbles community council  City and County of Swansea v · d · eSwansea topics Topics Swansea City Centre · Buildings and structures · History · Images · Organisations · People · Sport · Transport · Places v · d · eElectoral wards of the City and County of Swansea council Swansea East Constituency Bonymaen • Cwmbwrla • Landore • Llansamlet • Morriston • Mynyddbach • Penderry • St. Thomas Swansea West Constituency Castle • Cockett • Dunvant • Killay North • Killay South • Mayals • Sketty • Townhill • Uplands Gower Constituency Bishopston • Clydach • Fairwood • Gorseinon • Gower • Gowerton • Kingsbridge • Llangyfelach • Lower Loughor • Mawr • Newton • Oystermouth • Penclawdd • Penllergaer • Pennard • Penyrheol • Pontarddulais • Upper Loughor • West Cross v · d · eCommunities of the City and County of Swansea Birchgrove • Bishopston • Bonymaen • Castle • Clydach • Cockett • Cwmbwrla • Dunvant • Gorseinon • Gowerton • Grovesend and Waungron • Ilston • Killay • Landore • Llangennith, Llanmadoc and Cheriton • Llangyfelach • Llanrhidian Higher • Llanrhidian Lower • Llansamlet • Llwchwr • Mawr • Morriston • Mumbles • Mynydd-Bach • Penderry • Penllergaer • Pennard • Penrice • Pontarddulais • Pontlliw and Tircoed • Port Eynon • Reynoldston • Rhossili • Sketty • St Thomas • Townhill • Uplands • Upper Killay v · d · eLocal government in Wales Principal areas established in 1996 Blaenau Gwent · Bridgend · Caerphilly · Cardiff · Carmarthenshire · Ceredigion · Conwy · Denbighshire · Flintshire · Gwynedd · Isle of Anglesey · Merthyr Tydfil · Monmouthshire · Neath Port Talbot · Newport · Pembrokeshire · Powys · Rhondda Cynon Taf · Swansea · Torfaen · Vale of Glamorgan · Wrexham Counties and districts 1974–1996 Clwyd Alyn and Deeside · Colwyn · Delyn · Glyndŵr · Rhuddlan · Wrexham Maelor Dyfed Carmarthen · Ceredigion · Dinefwr · Llanelli · Preseli Pembrokeshire · South Pembrokeshire Gwent Blaenau Gwent · Islwyn · Monmouth · Newport · Torfaen Gwynedd Aberconwy · Anglesey · Arfon · Dwyfor · Meirionnydd Mid Glamorgan Cynon Valley · Merthyr Tydfil · Ogwr · Rhondda · Rhymney Valley · Taff-Ely Powys Brecknock · Montgomeryshire · Radnorshire South Glamorgan Cardiff · Vale of Glamorgan West Glamorgan Lliw Valley · Neath · Port Talbot · Swansea Counties established before 1889 Anglesey · Brecknockshire · Caernarfonshire · Cardiganshire · Carmarthenshire · Denbighshire · Flintshire · Glamorganshire · Merionethshire · Monmouthshire · Montgomeryshire · Pembrokeshire · Radnorshire v · d · ePlaces with city status in the United Kingdom England Bath · Birmingham · Bradford · Brighton and Hove · Bristol · Cambridge · Canterbury · Carlisle · Chester · Chichester · Coventry · Derby · Durham · Ely · Exeter · Gloucester · Hereford · Kingston upon Hull · Lancaster · Leeds · Leicester · Lichfield · Lincoln · Liverpool · City of London · Manchester · Newcastle upon Tyne · Norwich · Nottingham · Oxford · Peterborough · Plymouth · Portsmouth · Preston · Ripon · St Albans · Salford · Salisbury · Sheffield · Southampton · Stoke-on-Trent · Sunderland · Truro · Wakefield · Wells · Westminster · Winchester · Wolverhampton · Worcester · York Scotland Aberdeen · Dundee · Edinburgh · Glasgow · Inverness · Stirling Wales Bangor · Cardiff · Newport · St David's · Swansea Northern Ireland Armagh · Belfast · Derry · Lisburn · Newry v · d · eRadio in the City and County of Swansea Local Radio (Analogue) 96.4 FM & DAB The Wave - Contemporary  · 1170 MW & DAB Swansea Sound - Oldies  · 102.1 FM Bay Radio - Easy Listening  · Xtreme Radio (AM) - Rock/Student Radio  · 106.5 FM Radio Tircoed - Community/Variety v · d · eTransport in Swansea Road M4 motorway · European route E30 · A48 road · A483 road · A484 road · A4067 road · A4216 road · A4217 road · A4240 road · A4118 road Bus First Cymru · Veolia Transport Cymru · Gower Explorer · Swansea Metro · National Express · Quadrant bus station · Gorseinon bus station National Cycle Network Celtic Trail · National Cycle Route 4 · National Cycle Route 43 Railway lines South Wales Main Line · West Wales Line · Heart of Wales Line · Swansea District Line Railway stations Gowerton · Llansamlet · Pontarddulais · Swansea Air Swansea Airport Waterways River Tawe · Swansea Canal · Tennant Canal Sea Swansea docks · Swansea Marina · Swansea Cork ferry (Fastnet Line)  · Severn Link