Three recently retired R&M Community Councillors have planted a Liquidambar tree in Windsor Gardens. This is to recognise their service over a number of years.
The former Chair of R&MCC, Cllr Tyrone Davies, plants a Sessile Oak in Radyr Woods at the start of National Tree Week 2017. He is seen here with Jim Goodwin, Chair of Radyr Woods Wardens, who organised the event.
It’s 60 years since the formation of Radyr & Morganstown WI, and they have celebrated in style. Outfits from the 1950s, “diamond” tiaras, and as much bling as possible were the order of the day.
Christ Church is holding its first ever Christmas Tree Festival at the beginning of December
The 2017 Remembrance Parade was attended by many local residents.
Another splendid fundraising event by Treforgan WI.
On Sunday 17th September, the ladies 1st team at Radyr Tennis Club took on their biggest challenge yet – competing in the Division 1 play-offs against Swansea.
A report on Radyr Lawn Tennis Club’s annual Open Tournament Finals Day
David Silver and Nick Hawkins launch the Association’s Charity for the coming year.
A great year of fundraising for Tenovus.
The National Eisteddfod is coming to Cardiff next summer – and, as is always the case, local communities are busy fund-raising to support the event. The local community in Radyr and Morganstown has been asked to raise £30,000 by next August. Click for more to see how you can help.
(29 Sep 1939 – 17 May 2017)
A short appreciation of Rhodri Morgan, one of Radyr’s most famous sons.
Work continues on replacing the damaged Boardwalk.
Cadbury’s bunny was sighted today in Bryn Derwen handing out chocolate eggs to children. This is part of an advertising campaign, shortly to appear on their Facebook page.
May Festival Queen and attendants chosen.
Radyr Parish Music Group’s production of “The Gondoliers” opens in two weeks. Performances Wed-Sat 22-25 February at Bishop of Llandaff High School. Click here for more.
The Gelynis Footbridge will be closed from 20th February 2017 for three weeks. Click here for more.
Are you proud of your garden? Would you like to show it off to the public in support of a local charity?
Radyr Primary School is due to expand from 2017 under proposals now being considered by the County Council, following a favourable response to public consultation. Click here for more.