(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.
Helen Lloyd Jones, Chair of the Environment Sub-Committee, R&M Community Council, writes:
Going for a walk this Christmas? You should find that all public rights of way are open. If you come across one that is barred or impassable, there are two ways of reporting it. You can either send details to the County Council or you can use Pathwatch, the free app from the Ramblers’ Association. Click for links and more …
2nd December saw this year’s Christmas Lighting Event. It was attended by many hundreds of local people and lots of children.
The Sunday Times annual list of top performing schools has placed Radyr Comprehensive School third place in Wales. Results are strong with 67% of entries attaining A* to B at A level, whilst at GCSE 32.1% of entries gained A* or A grades.
The R&M Association lists the entertainment planned over the next few months
Sunday morning’s Remembrance event was held at the War Memorial
The County Council is consulting on a proposal to expand Radyr Primary School to become 2-form entry. Click this item for an explanation of the background from our County Councillor, and to access copies of the full consultation document.
The hay on the Morganstown Motte site was cut by Cardiff Council last week. Until it is cut again in September next year it will be managed as a wildflower site.
Ian Ogden, Chair of the Radyr Drama Society, talks about their forthcoming play.
28 % of Radyr Comprehensive School A-level candidates achieved at least 3 A-grades this year. Many congratulations, and best wishes as they embark on the next chapter in their lives. More details by clicking this item.
Danybryn fête raises £600 towards a replacement vehicle.
A £2.6m project which uses the power of the River Taff in Cardiff to generate electricity is set to open.