Established south Wales solicitors firm Peter Lynn & Partners are proud to be supporters of the Christmas lights switch on in Mumbles again.
PL&P, who have an office in Newton Road, Mumbles, are looking forward to the special switch on event on Thursday, November 20th at 7pm to be conducted by two Wales captains – Swansea City’s Ashley Williams and Ospreys’ Alun Wyn Jones.
“Once again it is a pleasure to support the Mumbles Christmas lights switch on,” said senior partner Peter Lynn.
“It always a special time of the year and I always think the Mumbles event signals the start of the countdown to Christmas, and as well as that the event exudes a real community feel throughout the village.”
Added Peter: “As an avid sports fan I’m particularly looking forward to this year what with Ashley Williams and Alun Wyn Jones conducting the switch on.”
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