Clubs and Societies

  • Aikido Cardiff: Aikido Gakko Ueshiba

    Morganstown Village Hall, Heol Syr Lewis, Morganstown

    Aikido is a Japanese martial art based on principles of harmony and unity. The club is vibrant and friendly and welcomes visitors and new members.

    Contact: David Hibbs, 01446 772051,

    Tuesday & Friday 8-10pm Morganstown Village Hall.

  • Cardiff Corinthians Football Club

    The Cardiff Corinthians Football Club (Corries) play at the Riverside Football Ground in Radyr (Close to the Cricket Ground) and are in Division 3 of the Welsh League. They were founded in 1898 and have played at Radyr since 1974. They have won the Welsh Amateur Cup 5 times in 7 finals.

    For further information please contact Dave Elliott, Senior Secretary, on 07526 826731 or

    Website under construction  See:

  • City of Cardiff (Melingriffith) Brass Band

    Established players required.


    The City of Cardiff (Melingriffith) Brass Band was formerly called Radyr and Morganstown (Melingriffith) Band and play in concerts around Cardiff including Radyr and Morganstown. They also take part and have won prizes in several competitions.

  • Imaging 2000

    Imaging 2000 is a small group of amateur, but interested, photographers which meets once a fortnight in the Old Church Rooms, Radyr to discuss, exhibit, produce photography. We organise internal and external photographic competitions.

    With the variety of interests it is an excellent forum for both young and not so young photographers to learn about the subject and improve their camera skills. If you are interested in joining us, please visit the Imaging 2000 information page of this website for more information.

    More photos can be found on the flickr site –

  • Merched y Wawr, Bro Radur

    Ysgrifenyddes (Secretary) Mrs Brenda Jones
    Gwefan (Website) Merched y Wawr
    Ffôn (Tel) 029 2084 2946
    Ebost (Eirlys Davies)

    Mae Merched y Wawr Bro Radur yn cwrdd y nos Fercher cyntaf pob mis yn Festri’r Capel Methodistiaid, Windsor Rd.

    Am fwy o fanylion cysylltwch a’r ysgrifenyddes Mrs. Glenys Thomas ar 029 2061 0209 neu edrych ar tudalen y we Mweched y Watwr Bro Radur

  • Radyr & Morganstown Local History Society

    Chairman: Allan Cook

    Tel: 029 2084 3176

    Secretary: vacant

    Treasurer: Brian Pearce

    The Local History Society meets about 8 times per year on a Thursday at the Old Church Rooms for a series of talks on topics of local interest.

    Click here for more information, and for the current programme of talks and visits.

  • Radyr & Morganstown Women’s Institute

    President: Ginny Jenkins
    Tel: 029 2084 3500
    Meet at the Old Church Rooms, Radyr on second Monday in the month at 7.30pm

    Follow this link for the WI Page.

  • Radyr Athletic Club

    Radyr Athletic Club consists of Radyr Cricket Club and Cardiff Corinthians Amateur Football Club.

    Riverside Ground, Station Road, Radyr

    Chairman: Mr Chris Hitching Tel: 029 2084 3347 or 01291 625 508

    Secretary: Alun Williams Tel: 029 2084 3878

  • Radyr Bellringers Society

    Christ Church, Heol Isaf, Radyr

    Ringing Master: Mr T Lewis Tel: 029 2033 9449

    Secretary: Clare Probert Tel: 029 2021 2187

    Practice night: Thursday 7.30pm – 9pm

    We routinely ring for services on a Sunday morning and evening. We also ring for special occasions, including weddings and funerals on request.

    Read more about the Radyr Bellringers

  • Radyr Drama Society

    Chairperson: Peter Griffiths


    Phone: 07882 133425

    Two productions a year. New members always welcome.

    The Radyr Drama Society was formed in 1982 by a group of enthusiasts living locally in Radyr and Morganstown. It performed its first play: All in Good Time by Bill Naughton, in May the following year. The group thrives entirely on the good will, hard work and support of its members, helpers and audiences.

    For more information, view for the Drama Society pages.

  • Radyr Keyboard Class

    Christ Church Schoolrooms, Radyr

    Mondays 10am till 12.

    This is a very informal, no examination, low stress keyboard group!  What ever your level, you decide what you want to play and the progress you want to make.  Our expert tutor is there to make suggestions and provide encouragement.  We are a happy, friendly group and would welcome new members.  Bring your own electronic keyboard and headphones.

    Organiser: Martin Coysh


  • Radyr Musical Society

    New School Rooms, Christ Church, Radyr

    Fridays 7.30pm
    For over 30 years, the Radyr Musical Society has been staging musicals, operettas, and concerts in the locality, previously under the name ‘Radyr Parish Music Group’. We put on a full musical production in February each year, and a concert in early summer. We also have a number of social events for members, and the community, throughout the year, including dinners, quiz nights, treasure hunts, and Barn Dances. New members, on or off stage, are always welcome.

    Chair: Bev Jones
    Secretary: Bethan Sims


  • Railway Correspondence and Travel Society

    Painted image of HST Trains

    De Cymru / South Wales Branch

    Meetings are held at the Old Church Rooms, Park Road, Radyr. Entrance is free for RCTS members and £2 for non members. Tea and coffee is provided.

    Chairman: Peter Fortune


    tel: 07767 205 850


    View the latest programme for the RCTS on this site.

  • Rotary Club

    Cardiff West Rotary Club, meets at Radyr Golf Club every Tuesday evening at 6:30 for 6:45 pm, (except following a bank holiday).

    If you would like to become involved with helping your local and greater community whilst having some fun, please contact the club secretary. New members, both male and female are always welcome.

    Secretary: Phil Head Tel: 029 2089 0675




    The Rotary Club of Llandaff (established in 1946) has members from R & M and welcomes new members who find a mixture of evening and lunchtime meetings convenient. This Club is involved in numerous national and local activities, including the annual Christmas Parcel collection in R&M.

    Secretary: Jack Ayles email:


  • St John Ambulance

    St John Cymru Wales – Radyr Division

    Where: Old Church Rooms, Park Road, Radyr
    When: Every Tuesday night, 19:00 – 21:00

    If you’ve attended an event in Wales you’re sure to have seen our members at work. From rugby matches, to motocross events, to village fetes, we provide First Aid for the people who need it.

    Volunteer with St John Cymru-Wales and you could help save a life. By giving your time, together we can achieve our goal of providing a first aider on every street and ensure more people have the right knowledge to act in an emergency. Volunteering is a great way of trying something new and bringing your skills and experience to an organisation in need. We don’t just offer opportunities for members of the public to undertake first aid training and assist at events, we have a variety of roles, from a HR officer to a youth leader. Whether you are retired, on sabbatical, or can only spare a few hours between work, any support is appreciated.

    If you’re interested in helping people and learning basic first aid skills, meeting new people or helping your community (and having some fun along the way!), then come and volunteer with St John.

    To register your interest or join us, go to
    For more information or if you have an event and are looking for first aid cover, please contact Aled Treharne ( or call 01633 533103.

  • Treforgan Women’s Institute

    Main meetings on the 3rd Thursday of each month at Morganstown Village Hall at 1:15pm, with other activities through the month.

    President:  Diana Langmaid –

    Secretary:  Judy Grundy –

    For further information and programme please see

  • Twinning Fellowship

    Radyr & Morganstown / St Philbert de Grand Lieu Twinning Fellowship

    Chairman: Raymond Rivron

    Secretary: Maggie Roberts

    The twinning fellowship was formed to promote friendly relations between Radyr & Morganstown and the French town of St Philbert de Grand Lieu. Membership is open to any person, family or group, living or working in the villages interested in the objectives of bringing the two communities closer together in the area of culture, sport and education.

    View the Twinning Fellowship pages for more information.

  • Ty Gwyn Pony Club

    Ty Gwyn Farm, Radyr

    Chair: Mrs Val Allen Tel: 029 2084 2579