Ansawdd offer a first class and professional skip hire in Mumbles service to all our clients and customers across the area. Our affordable prices and exceptional customer services has allowed us to establish ourselves as one of leading waste removal and skip hire services throughout Mumbles as well as across Swansea
As a long established and reliable skip hire service we have built a trust with all our customers which results in our customers coming back to us time and time again.
Our skips cover a range of sizes suitable for both small domestic projects up to large commercial projects i.e. Roll on – Roll Off Skips. For more information on advice then our staff will be more than happy to help.
Our dedicated and committed staff work diligently to deliver a quality and professional service to ensure our customers are never left disappointed.
Our skip hire prices are also one of the most competitive in the area offering exceptional value for money for all your waste removal and skip hire needs.
If you are in Mumbles or any of the surrounding areas and you’re looking for professional and affordable skip hire and waste removal services then don’t hesitate to fill out the contact form to the right or give us a call on the number at the top of the website and our customer service staff will get back to you.
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Marking the beginning of the Gower Peninsula, Mumbles is much loved area situated at the western edge Swansea Bay on the south coast of Wales .
Mumbles is known for its unique place name. By some the headland was named by French sailors, due to the shape of the two anthropomorphic islands iy comprises of. The word “Mumbles” is possibly a corruption of the French term les mamelles meaning “the breasts”. The word Mamucium could also be another source of the name, which many think represents a Latinization of an original Brythonic Name, either from mamma (“mother”), in reference of a “breastlike hill” or mamma (“breast”), in reference of a local river goddess.
Mumbles Lighthouse was constructed in the 1790s and converted to solar power operation in 1995.
Mumbles Pier opened at the terminus the Swansea and Mumbles Railway in 1898. This was the first public horse-drawn passenger train service. It was opened on 2 March 1807, and it used horse power until 1877, then steam power till 1929. The line finally switched to overhead electric tram power in January 1960.
Mumbles Lifeboat Station was established in 1866. The entire lifeboat crew went down at sea in 1947 to save the crew from the SS Samtampa. This was known as the Mumbles Lifeboat Disaster. There are memorials at the nearest church, All saints’ Church, Oystermouth.