This year’s May Festival has come to a satisfactory conclusion, with lots of money raised for the Festival Charity, NSPCC, and lots of fun had by everybody. For details have a look at the News Item alongside. Pictures can be found at www.rmfestival.org.uk/gallery.
A Coffee Morning takes place on Wednesdays in the Methodist Church Hall between 10:15 and 11:45am - one of the remaining parts of Good Neighbours. Help is required to run it. If you are interested, or know someone who might be, please call Penny Sherwood on 20813515.
In order to progress the access work at the station, the north end of the car park will be closed after the last train has departed on Friday 29 May and will reopen at approximately 10am on Sunday 31 May. During this time, there will be a crane situated in this section of the car park.
Access to and from the station will remain for pedestrians.
Tuesday 26 May - Green bins
Monday 1 June - Black bins
Green and black bins are emptied in alternate weeks. Food waste caddies and green recycling sacks are collected every week. For more information about household recycling and waste, click here.
In its new Cardiff funding area, Viridor Credits will be considering applications for grants of up to £20,000 for community projects that are within a 10 miles radius of the Cardiff Energy Recovery Facility (Cardiff ERF) at Trident Park, Cardiff. They are hosting a ‘Meet the Funder’ briefing event to promote the small grants scheme in the OCR on Tuesday 12th May, from 2pm – 4pm. For more details see here. To read more about the scheme click here.
The Radyr & Morganstown HUB is now on Twitter. Join the conversation here.
Property Marking : Pugh's Garden Centre May 23/24
Morganstown and Heol Isaf
There continue to be thefts from garden sheds/garages. Please keep these locked. April 2015
Fly Tipping: Please keep a look out for fly tipping in your area and take a note of the number plate.
Dog owners - please make sure dogs are under control whilst in public places.
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For a report on latest developments, please click here and then scroll down to find an entry from the County Councillor.
The results of this consultation can be seen here. They include results by area.
Here is the advertisement for co-option of a Casual Vacancy on R&MCC.
R & M Festival Saturday 2nd - Sunday 17th
Hundreds more local photos - in our GALLERY
The first of the summer visits by the R&M History Society is to the Regimental Museum of the Royal Welsh at Brecon. A coach will leave R&M at 9.30 and the tour will commence at 11 a.m. Lunch will be arranged for those interested. Return at 3 p.m.
Entrance is £4, the coach is free thanks to the generousity of the R&M World War One Commemoration Committee.
To book a place or for more information phone Allan Cook on 2084 3176.
Cricket tournaments between our players, everyone welcome, a great day out for all the family - food & refreshments available. For more info email U11RadyrCC@gmail
.com or see radyrcc.co.uk
Radyr Drama Society is holding a series of play readings at Christ Church New School Rooms, Heol Isaf, Radyr. Tonight’s play is 'The Vigil' by Ladislas Fodor. All are welcome, especially newcomers.
Glyn Houston - a black and white actor. Talk by Dean Powell.
The Great Western Upgrade & the IEP. OCR
Radyr Drama Society is holding a series of play readings at Christ Church New School Rooms, Heol Isaf, Radyr. Tonight’s play is 'Agatha Crusty and the Village Hall Murders' by Derek Webb. All are welcome, especially newcomers.
Radyr and Morganstown at Home and at War Exhibition in the Old Church Rooms- a free exhibition for all the family including activities and Punch and Judy Shows (Sunday only for P&J).
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