This Directory is an alphabetical listing of businesses, organisations and public services in Radyr & Morganstown. To find what you want, you can use the ‘search on page’ facility of your browser, or refer to one of the Sections.
Please note opening times in this directory reflect normal practice. Times and meetings may be suspended or altered during the coronavirus outbreak. Please check before attempting to use any local groups or services.
Community Organisations and Public Services
Coffee and Chat
Radyr and District Community Group
Every Wednesday 10.15 to 11.15am £1.20
Radyr Methodist Church Hall
Contact Penny Sherwood for information 20813515
For full details of the Radyr and Morganstown Community Council including your local councillors and key meeting dates please visit http://www.RadyrAndMorganstown.org
Clerk to the Community Council:
Tel: 029 2084 2213
Dog Warden Tel: 029 2071 1243
For life-threatening emergencies phone 999.
For all other incidents phone 101.
For anything relating to Cleansing, Refuse Collection, Recycling, Waste Disposal & Emergency (Out of Hours)
call Connect to Cardiff on Tel: 029 2087 2087
Forest Farm Conservation Venture
Forest Farm and its buildings are occupied by the South Wales Group of the British Trust for Conservation Volunteers. The society undertakes a broad cross-section of conservation work. New
Volunteers are always welcome. For more details, please contact Keith Stockdale (Head of daily volunteer team).
tel: 029 2052 4268
Radyr Library, Park Road, Radyr
Tel: 029 2078 0996
- Monday: 10:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 18:00
- Tuesday: 10:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 17:30
- Wednesday: 10:00 – 13:00, 14:00 – 17:30
- Thursday: Closed
- Friday: 14:00 – 19:00
- Saturday: 10:00 – 13:00
- Sunday: Closed
- Liz Chamberlain – Librarian
- Jen Wildsmith – Senior Library Assistant
- Anne Jakeman – Library Assistant
The Library provides many facilities for the community including internet access, information and links to the whole of Cardiff Libraries network. A Community Area has also been provided in the refurbished building.
Manage your Library account and consult a wide range of reference material through the online library catalogue.
Local Fundraising Co-ordination Group
Chairman: Mrs Rose Dale Tel: 029 2021 0023
Secretary: Mrs Jan Doody Tel: 029 2084 2478
Radyr & Morganstown Neighbourhood Watch Groups
Contact: David Cargill, Secretary
Tel: 029 2084 2034 – Email: email@example.com
“Be safe be secure.”
Neighbourhood Watch is one of the most successful crime prevention initiatives and depends on residents being aware and able to communicate information to the police authorities.
There are over a 100 members of R&M NW who are linked by email address. From time to time police alerts are sent to members in order to make their neighbours aware of risks, security advice and information regarding criminal activity in the area. Each member is encouraged to keep their immediate neighbours informed of alerts and advice.
The police in the past used a telephone system called RingMaster, which has largely become less reliable and replaced with email alerts. If you have concerns or information which you consider should be passed on to the police this can be done by contacting our local officers PC Sam Willis 07584 883599 or PCSO Laura Moore 07584 004725. If you require more immediate attention ring 029 2022 2111 or in an emergency 999. For general nuisance incidents you can ring 101 for assistance from the police or local authority.
Meetings are held with the Police and County Councillor at regular intervals. NW is included in the PACT meeting held at the Old Church Rooms, Radyr on a bi-monthly basis. All members of the community are welcome to become members of the NW and attend PACT meetings. See the R&M diary for the next meeting. If you would like to be linked through email for police alerts then contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
For local alerts from the South Wales Police go to R & M Neighbourhood Watch page
For more information about the National organisation of Neighbourhood Watch www.ourwatch.org.uk
South Wales, Cardiff have developed a Neighbourhood Watch page and this can be accessed by going to: www.cardiffnhw.org.uk
Partnerships and Communities Together
Meetings are held in the Old Church Rooms bi-monthly with the local police, our County Councillor and invited representatives of other organisations. Issues are raised regarding policing matters and concerns to residents. These cover topics such as criminal activity, speeding through the village, parking problems, anti-social behaviour and the police cover in Radyr and Morganstown.
Our local officers are PC Sam Willis, PCSO Laura Moore, PCSO Hywel Arkontopoulos 07584 770 843 If you need to report an incident telephone Fairwater Police on 029 2022 2111 or in an emergency 999.
View more information about PACT including dates of future meetings (all residents welcome) and the minutes of previous meetings.
Pest Control (Out of Hours) Tel: 029 2087 2000
South Wales Police – Community Policing Team for Radyr and Morganstown:
In an emergency Tel: 999 or non emergency Tel: 101
Our Bobby website : http://www.ourbobby.com/
PC Helen Abdullahi 07584004115
PCSO Richard Davies 07805 301601
PCSO Laura Moore 07584 004726
Parking Enforcement: Cardiff Council’s Civic Enforcement Team Tel: 029 2087 2087
Radyr & Morganstown Allotment Association
These allotments are off Ffordd Treforgan in Morganstown, just above the Tynant Inn.
Contact: Derek Smith
Tel: 029 2084 3025
Radyr and Morganstown Association (RMA)
The Association involves all organisations and individual members of the community. Everyone who resides in Radyr and Morganstown is eligible for membership and there is no joining or annual fee. Everyone is encouraged to support and take part in the various events and activities, especially during the May Festival fortnight. Residents who would like to be Committee members/volunteers are especially welcome.
Chairman: David Silver Tel: 029 2084 4337
Contact Point (Secretary) Nick Hawkins Tel: 029 2084 2561 Email: email@example.com
For more information go to the RMA pages of this site.
Radyr Chain is a community newspaper which is delivered free to every household in Radyr and Morganstown.
Editor: Jeff Davison
Tel: 01443 400 585
Essays, reports, photographs and reminiscences are welcomed by the Editor.
The Radyr Chain is a free newspaper compiled and distributed by a group of volunteers, and concerns itself with matters of local interest. It is self-financed, supported through advertisements and donations.
It is published every two months and contributions should reach the editors by the 15th of every odd dated month, i.e. January, March, May, July, Sept, and November. The editors are always keen to include articles from local associations and clubs, and any contribution is most welcome, whether from clubs or individuals.
You can now read back issues of the Radyr Chain.
Radyr Sidings Residents Association (SRA)
The Association aims to help safeguard and promote the interests of residents living on the Sidings development on matters such as housing and the environment, and to help improve community facilities and services for residents by engaging constructively with the various organisations involved.
More information on the SRA Web pages.
Radyr Web Team
From June 2019, this web site is run and managed by a team of volunteers appointed by the RMA to assist in sharing the ways we are making Radyr & Morganstown a great place to live and work.
See the list of web team members, code of conduct and legal statement at Radyr Web Team
If you would like to add items, news, comment or photographs contact : firstname.lastname@example.org
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
Emergency Number Tel: 20788570
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 https://sjaw.org.uk/register.
For more information or if you have an event and are looking for first aid cover, please contact Aled Treharne (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call 01633 533103.
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.
- Architectural and building services
- Clubs and Societies
- Community Organisations and Public Services
- Computer repair and installation, web & IT services
- Education and Child Care
- Estate Agents
- Financial and/or legal services
- Food and Drink
- Halls for hire
- Health and Wellbeing
- Household repairs, maintenance & improvements
- Local Representatives
- Music, Drama and Dance
- Open Spaces
- Vets & Pets
- Youth Organisations