Clubs and Societies
Beavers Cubs & Scouts
Headquarters: Scout Hall, Heol Isaf, Radyr (next to the Old Church Rooms)
Cubs (Age 8 – 10 years) :Tuesday 7pm – 8:30pm, Thursday 7pm – 8.30pm
Cub Scout Leader (Tuesday): David Bird (Akela) Tel: 07952 470 414
Cub Scout Leader (Thursday): Louise Thomas (Akela)
Beavers (Age 6 – 8 years) : Monday Colony meeting Monday 6.15pm – 7.15pm, Wednesday 6:15pm – 7:15pm
Beaver Scout Leader: (Monday) Alex James
Beaver Scout Leader: (Wednesday) Sharon Robbins
Scouts (Age 10.5 – 14 years) :Monday Troop meeting 7.30pm – 9.15pm Wednesday 7:30pm – 9:15pm
Scout Leader Contact (Monday):Graham Dubberley
Scout Leader Contact (Monday): Richard O’Brien
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 email@example.com
Website under construction See: http://www.clubwebsite.co.uk/cardiffcorinthiansafc
City of Cardiff (Melingriffith) Brass Band
Rehearsals: See website for details
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 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 – http://www.flickr.com/groups/imaging_2000.
Merched y Wawr, Bro Radur
Mrs Brenda Jones
Merched y Wawr
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.
Radyr & Morganstown Local History Society
Chairman: Allan Cook
Tel: 029 2084 3176
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: Enid Brooker Tel: 029 2084 3412
Meet at the Old Church Rooms, Radyr on second Monday in the month at 7.30pm
Follow this link for the WI Page.
Radyr & Morganstown/St Philbert de Grand Lieu Twinning Fellowship
Chairman: Raymond Rivron
Secretary: Maggie Roberts email:firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Click here for more information.
Radyr Athletic Club
Riverside Ground, Station Road, Radyr
Chairman: Mr Chris Hitching Tel: 029 2084 3347 or 01291 625508
Secretary: Alun Williams Tel: 029 2084 3878
Radyr Athletic Club consists of Radyr Cricket Club and Cardiff Corinthians Amateur Football Club.
Radyr Bellringers Society
Christ Church, Heol Isaf, Radyr
Ringing Master: Mr T Lewis Tel: 029 2033 9449
Secretary: Clare Probert 20212187
Practice night: Thursday 7.30pm – 9pm
Service ringing: Sunday am and pm
Click here for more information.
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, click here 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 Parish Music Group
Christ Church Schoolrooms, Radyr
For over 30 years, the Radyr Parish Music Group has been staging musicals, operettas, and concerts in the locality. We are as much a community of friends as of musicians, and manage to combine our work around performances with a regular round of social events. We put on a major musical production in February each year, as well as taking part in the Radyr and Morganstown May festival with a concert. New members, on or off stage, are always welcome.
Chairman: Douglas Hogg
Secretary: Mrs Judith Jones
Radyr, Morganstown & District Gardening Club
Chairman: Richard GregoryTel: 029 2084 2084
Secretary: Linda Turner
Meets in the Christ Church New Schoolroom, second Wednesday of the month, at 7.30pm – Sept to Nov and Jan to April.
More information here.
Railway Correspondence and Travel Society
De Cymru / South Wales Branch
Chairman: Peter Fortune
tel: 07767 205850
click here for the 2016 Branch Programme
Meetings are held at the Old Church Rooms, Park Road, Radyr adjacent to its junction with the main B4262 road through the village. Entrance is free for RCTS members and £2 for non members. Tea and coffee is provided.
Rainbow, Brownies, Guides
All Rainbow, Brownie and Guide meetings are held at the Guide Centre, Bryn Derwen, Radyr
District Commissioner: Tracy Young 029 21320937
Radyr Friends of Guiding Chairman: Julie Davies Tel: 029 2084 2923
1st Radyr Rainbows: Meet Friday 5pm – 6pm
2nd Radyr Rainbows: Meet Monday 6pm -7pm
3rd Radyr Brownies: Meet Wednesday 6pm – 7.30pm
4th Radyr Brownies : Meet Tuesday 6pm – 7.30pm
1st Radyr Guides: Meet Thursday 6.30pm – 8.00pm
Bookings for the hall – 029 2084 4479
If you wish to place your daughter‘s name on the waiting list to join or find out more information about Rainbows, Brownies or Guides please visit www.girlguiding.org.uk ‘Want to find out more about Guiding Section’ where you can register by choosing the ‘Register your interest in Girlguiding UK’ tab. You will then be contacted by a leader to confirm your daughter has been placed on the waiting list.
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: email@example.com
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 – firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Judy Grundy – Judygrundy61@btinternet.com
For further information and programme please see http://treforganwi.org.uk
Ty Gwyn Pony Club
Ty Gwyn Farm, Radyr
Chair: Mrs Val Allen Tel: 029 2084 2579
no longer meet at the Old Church Rooms
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