Radyr & Morganstown Festival
The Festival finished on Sunday, 20 May, with a wonderful “Memories” concert given by young singers. A highlight of the event was the presentation by the R&M Association Chair, David Silver, of a cheque to Alzheimer’s Society Cymru for £18.5K, being the provisional sum raised by the R&M Community this year. The final sum will be more. We hope you enjoyed the events. If you have any feedback or suggestions on any aspect, do get in touch. There are lots of pictures now stored on the Festival Website.
Waste and recycling collection
Monday 18 June: Green bins
Monday 25 June: Black bins
For more information about household recycling and waste, click here. Food waste caddies and green recycling sacks are collected every week. Cardboard and shredded paper should be placed in a separate green sack.
Poppy Knitting Instructions
For anyone interested in the knitting instructions for WWI Commemorative Poppies, you can find them on page 12 of Radyr Chain 234
Age Connects Lunch
The Community Council, in association with ‘age connects cardiff & the vale’, has a meeting of the Lunch Club on Monday 18 June at 12:00 for 12:30 at Radyr Golf Club. Cost: £6 to include meal, speaker and refreshments. Full details here.
Next PACT meeting Wednesday 27 June at 7.00pm in the OCR.
Local Police message, 17 May: Just to make you aware there has been a spate of burglaries in Radyr recently.Can you please pass on through your network of contacts for residents to make sure their windows and doors are secure even when they are at home to help prevent these type of incidents happening.
NatWest Bank mobile service withdrawn
The ‘mobile bank’ which used to visit Radyr on Thursdays has been withdrawn. The nearest places it now calls are Llandaff, Whitchurch and Rhiwbina – also on Thursdays. Full information here.
The Radyr Football Team are looking for a new Chairman and Secretary
We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic volunteers to fill these roles, which are becoming vacant, and help us to continue to grow and develop the Club. If you would like to join and become an integral part of a fantastic team, please let us know by contacting our current Chairman Steve.. We very much look forward to hearing from you.
Have you ever been intrigued by the red ‘pudding stone’ to be seen on walls and buildings in Radyr & Morganstown, and which comes from the long-disused Radyr Quarry? This quarry is the one alongside the City Line just below Radyr Woods and the Radyr Chain houses. It was in use for about 70 years, and produced one of the most recognisable building stones used locally. Read more about it here.
A new fund for Youth Work in Radyr & Morganstown
Radyr and Morganstown Community Council has launched a new Youth Fund. The fund is offering grants of up to £1,000, during 2017/18, for organisations working with children and young people in Radyr and Morganstown. The Council hopes that organisations working with children and young people will find the fund of some assistance as they continue to develop their services and activities for children and young people. The fund is operated on a first come, first served basis, so early applications are encouraged. Should you require any further guidance with regard to the new Youth Fund please contact the Council’s Clerk on 029 2084 2213 or email@example.com“.
Meals on Wheels (Pryd ar Glud) are returning!
Meals on Wheels delivers hot, nutritious meals to customers across the city and people can now self-refer to the service or can be referred by family, friends, neighbours, or health or social care professionals. Customers that meet one of the following criteria can now receive the service:
- Having difficulty preparing a meal safely
- Liable to self-neglect or would eat an inappropriate diet without the service
- Unable to shop for food
- Have a mental or physical disability
- Needing support due to recovery from hospitalisation or illness; carer illness or holiday, or bereavement.
For details contact 029 2053 7080 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Alzheimer’s Society is looking for volunteers for their service called ‘Side by Side’ which helps people with dementia get out and about in their community. They particularly want volunteers in the R&M area. The next meeting is in Radyr Library at 10am on Saturday 7th October. If you can help, please review the details here, and contact Charlotte Powell on 02920 434 977 or email@example.com for more details.
HGVs in Heol Isaf
Please see this statement from Plasdwr regarding the action they are taking to stop HGVs using Heol Isaf. To report the licence plate number of an HGV in Heol Isaf use firstname.lastname@example.org , giving the time and date spotted, the name on the vehicle and the location. They will check it against their list of expected vehicles on the Plasdwr site. To report the registration number of any CEMEX HGV which is driven through Radyr, email email@example.com.
‘Child Rescue Alert’ – a community initiative
This partnership between police, the media and the public is to assist in locating children under the age of 18 who may be in imminent danger of serious harm. Whenever the public may be able to help the police there is an Alert sent via email, text or social media to all those individuals and businesses that are signed up to the scheme. To learn more about this national initiative which operates at community level, and to sign up to receive alerts, go to https://www.childrescuealert.org.uk/
AgeConnects are looking for volunteers to visit isolated elderly residents of R&M and Danescourt. See here for details.
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