All Saints Church
Church Park Lane, Mumbles
All Saints, which celebrated its 870th anniversary in 2011, is said to have initially been built by the Normans, as part of their defensive structures in Oystermouth. Comprising of the Norman tower, Victorian Nave and smaller, medieval Lady Tower, the church features the spectacular Great East Window and reredos screen. The church also houses several noteworthy memorials, including the Rood Screen, a memorial to the 98 men of Oystermouth Parish who lost their lives during the First World War, and the Lifeboat Window, dedicated to the memory of the eight lifeboat crew who drowned attempting to rescue the stricken ship Samtampa, stranded off Porthcawl in 1947.
Limited parking is available in the church’s car park. Alternative parking can be found throughout Mumbles and in The Quarry, The Dairy and Oystermouth Foreshore car parks.
There is level access to the venue via the new entrance porch in the churchyard.