Underhill Hub opened its doors to the community on Wednesday 19 July, and things got off to a great start with some fantastic positive comments from the visitors on the first day.
Underhill Park will finally get the all-weather pitch (AWP) that sports teams have long been crying out for, following the news that Cymru Football Foundation has awarded £190k to Mumbles Community Association towards its development.
Building work on the new Underhill Hub has been completed and the new buildings have been handed over to Mumbles Community Association, enabling the work to fitout the Hub and set up the practical operation to commence.
With the completion of the new facilities at Underhill Park getting close, we are looking to appoint a new Café Manager as soon as possible, to help us shape and deliver a successful new venue for the community.
Swansea Building Society has donated a further £40,000 to Mumbles Community Association’s Go Underhill development, in support of the new facilities being created which will benefit the whole community.
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.