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Quiz tidal lagoon experts at public meeting in Mumbles on May 30

By South Wales Evening Post  |  Posted: May 17, 2014

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MUMBLES is hosting a public meeting about the planned Swansea Bay tidal lagoon on Friday, May 30.

Oystermouth councillor Tony Colburn, who has called the meeting, said it was to discuss the effect of the proposed lagoon on Swansea, and Oystermouth in particular.

Mr Colburn said representatives from the developers, Tidal Lagoon Swansea Bay, would attend.

The meeting takes place at All Saints' Church at 7pm.

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The church is also hosting a service, organised by the Royal British Legion's Mumbles and South Gower branch in conjunction with the church, at 11am on June 6 to commemorate the 70th anniversary of D-Day.

After the service, members of the congregation will lay wreaths at the village war memorial.

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  • deridu  |  May 17 2014, 10:36AM

    Geraint Davies has already aired his views re the lagoon. He of course is against...says it will be a blight ,a restriction on views of the bay...lol restrictions of the views ? that big towwer building did that.....we didnt want it, we didnt ask for high rised buildings...it would have been so much nicer half the height..the Marriot lost all the views of the bay from the east side. This mp says the lagoon would blight the area plus restrict views...Well it is not a great big building is it..It will be for us the people to enjoy many events there .Well visitors would have another exceptional place to visit if they wished. Not everyone comes here just for foitball. Mr Davies is being selfish...... This has been well looked at by the company, divers have been going down for for a long time before this was put forward. We ought to be proud that we could have this in ourSwansea bay..... think again mr Davies

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