Situated about 5 miles NW of Cardiff city centre, the suburban Community of Radyr & Morganstown is composed of two former Glamorgan villages which became part of the city's administration in 1974. The current electorate is approaching 5200 with a population close to 6200.
If you are new to our Community, or thinking of coming to live in Radyr or Morganstown, please click here for information on local services - trains, buses, health, police, organisations, play areas - and an updated link to "What is there to do in Radyr and Morganstown".
Cefnogir y wefan hon yn ariannol gan Gyngor Cymunedol Radur a Threforgan.
Check for local weather from the BBC.
Cardiff Bus have announced plans for changes to the bus routes serving Radyr and Morganstown. There is a proposal to replace the 33 services with a new route linking R&M more directly to the city centre via Danescourt and Cathedral Road.
+ Black and green bins are emptied in alternate weeks.
+ Food waste caddy and green recycling sacks are collected every week.
Monday 20th May - BLACK bins
Monday 27th May - GREEN bins
For more information about household recycling and waste, click here.
Stolen sunglasses : if you are offered cheap sun glasses in the next few days please call 101 or PC Huw Thomas (number below).
Lone Female Walkers : A man has been exposing himself to lone female walkers in the Taffs Well area. Details on NW Page item 22. Please contact PC Huw Thomas (07584004472) and 101 with any information.
A mobile police station van will be parked in Station Road, Radyr on the following dates and times : May 30, July 25, August 22 : 11-12.15 and 1.30-2.45pm. June 27 3-4.15pm and 5.30-6.45pm. Come and talk to your PCSO.
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Play Area, Parc Radur Free Entry
Come and hear and join in a whole range of music starting with local youth bands and soloists. Around 5pm listen to ‘Radio Feynman’. At 6pm 'AN ODE TO JOY', a colourful celebration of songs for the community led by Peter Esswood and the Cambrensis Brass Ensemble, plus School Choirs and the famous Tenovus Choir. Bar and BBQ available or bring your own picnic and enjoy a party in the park!
Central Explosion are starting a brand new competitive cheerleading club in Radyr Guide Centre for children aged 4-12! Great fun and a fab way to build confidence and develop new skills the class times are 6-7pm for athletes aged 4-8 and 7-8pm for children aged 8-12! Contact Becci on 07780773366/ email@example.com to book a place!
Alun Michael will be speaking at the International Hotel, Tongwynlais.
Organised by Cardiff Neighbourhood Watch - All welcome - refreshments served.
Old Church Rooms car park. The exhibition van will be available from 11am to 3pm.
Children of all ages, with accompanying adult(s), are invited to join us in our new venture: FAMILY FUN CHURCH.
Every first Sunday afternoon of the month for fun, craft, Bible story and song, plus refreshments.
From 4pm to 5.15pm at Radyr Methodist Church