TWINNING ASSOCIATION OF MUMBLES (TAM)

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Keeping up with the Joneses

October 2017


Mumboules Fun Day

September 2017


Monthly pétanque practice sessions

August 2017


Strawberries and Pimms

July 2017


Wales–Brittany link revealed by historic Hennebont scholar

July 2017


Notre visite à Hennebont

June 2017


Serial traveller Peter Stead’s ‘Counting countries’ talk inspires TAM members

March 2017











News from TAM

THE TWINNING ASSOCIATION OF MUMBLES


TAM is a voluntary organisation committed to encouraging links of all kinds – cultural, educational, sporting etc – with our twin town in Brittany, Hennebont, a historic market town of some 15,000 people near the city of Lorient, with which Mumbles has been twinned since 2004. (There are currently no active links with Kinsale, Ireland, which was twinned with Mumbles in 1992.)

   We are always looking out for new members: individuals, families, clubs or associations of all kinds. Subscriptions are very modest and members’ meetings are collaborative and informal. We welcome people of all ages, particularly families. Being a part of twinning is a wonderful way to improve language skills and share and understand a different culture and heritage.

   It costs just £6 a year to join (children up to 16 free). Contact membership secretary Sarah Lever: john.lever@btinternet.com. Or click here to go to the 'Contact us' page where there is a link to a membership form for you to download or print.

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Future TAM events


2.30pm Sunday, 19 November: pétanque, Southend Gardens


12 noon Sunday, 10 December: general meeting, then mulled wine and mince pies


Mumbles’ magnolia in Hennebont

March 2017


Honorary Life Members elected at AGM for exceptional service to TAM

January 2017


New pétanque team rolls into the future

November 2016


‘The Celtic Tradition in Art’: another popular TAM talk

November 2016


Farewell to our guests from Hennebont

September 2016


Hennebont mayor’s eloquent speech to Mumbles Community Council

September 2016