Coronavirus and R & M

For the moment, we are reserving this space for links to significant notifications or advice which are being issued by relevant parties.  We suggest as many people as possible also link to our Facebook and Twitter accounts where there is a constant flow of information.

  • Do you need help?  There is a phone number to ring 07513 187 930 or an email to use if you need help with shopping, collecting prescriptions etc. For details click here.
  • Green bin collections are returing to normal (News item below).  Household waste recycling centres in Cardiff are open.
  • Some local shops remain open for trading. The Co-op has a limited delivery service. Cicchetti, Slice and The Radyr Tap are open at various times for takeaways and Deli sales, with some delivery options.  Pugh’s Garden Centre has reopened. See shops page for details.

How we spent lockdown (Highlights)


Garden Waste Collection returns to normal

Fortnightly collections for garden waste restarts on Monday 13 July for R&M

Thank you for your Foodbank donations
Bags laid out alongside a foodbank truck

Mike and Ruth Diment would like to say a very big thank you to everyone who supported their recent Food Bank collection.

Click and Collect (or delivery) Library Service
Library click and collect details are spelled out in the article

As part of the new Cardiff Library Service Click and Collect Library Service, home delivery is available for housebound customers, those shielding or self-isolating who can’t get to a hub for collection.

On-Line Radyr Chain

The June 2020 edition is now available on-line

Cllr Rod McKerlich to be next Lord Mayor of Cardiff

Another Lord Mayor from Radyr & Morganstown

Hanging Baskets return to Station Road

The flowers return

Photo Competition – How we spent lockdown

There was again a high standard of entry across the board making it a tough decision for our judges.

Online bookings available at recycling centres

Online bookings available at recycling centres for limited items only.



    These alerts have been taken from the ‘Top Box’ above and will be deleted when no longer relevant.

    Following announcement by the Welsh Government, schools serving Radyr and Morganstown are preparing for a form of re-opening before the Summer Holidays.

    For Well Pharmacy in Station Road availability, see the Local Shops update.

    Both the Parish of Radyr and Radyr Methodist Church have suspended all public acts of worship for the time being in line with Government guidance.

    Postcards aimed at providing help for vulnerable people in R&M available.

    Radyr Library remains closed but some library services are available online including the Borrowbox e-book system. Full details on the Library Facebook page.

    Cardiff Libraries have also started a Click & Collect (or delivery) service through a limited number of Hub Libraries across the city.

    Most buses are now running an amended custom timetable including the 63 to Radyr & Morganstown. Please check the Cardiff Bus website before attempting essential travel.

  • Windsor Road pavement

    Work will begin on Monday 22 June to install a pavement on the bend towards the top of Windsor Road, Radyr, The work will last about two weeks and will greatly improve safety for pedestrians.

  • Llantrisant Road Roadworks

    Redrow have restarted work on all of their UK sites including at the Plasdŵr sites. At the moment the roadworks on Llantrisant Road remain suspended.

  • Royal Mail disruption

    The Cardiff North West Delivery Office is currently closed following the flooding caused by storm Dennis. The Web Team are still seeking further information from Royal Mail on when this might re-open.

    Full details of the effects of this closure can be seen in our article on the after-effects of the storm.

  • Waste and recycling collection

    Monday 6 July: Black bins, green recycling sacks and brown food waste caddies.

    Monday 13 July: Green recycling sacks, brown food waste caddies and green garden waste bins.

    From 1 June 2020 we revert to a fortnightly general waste collection but weekly recycling bags will then be taken for sorting and processing and segregated food waste collections will restart.

    Green bin (garden waste) collections restart across Cardiff on Monday 6 July. This means our first collection in Radyr & Morganstown will be Monday 13 July..

    The blue bin glass collection scheme is suspended, please include all glass in your green recycling bags – which can still be collected from the Co-op on Station Road whilst Radyr Library is closed.

    See Cardiff Council’s website for the latest information about future collection dates.

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