Directory

Open Spaces

  • Dan y Bryn Woods

    Open Space maintained by the Radyr & Morganstown Community Council through the Wardens of Dan y Bryn Woods

    Contact Clerk to the Community Council

    Tel: 029 2084 2213

    E mail: clerk@radyr.wales

    A small team of wardens regularly meet to copse, prune and clear the wooded area off Dan y Bryn Avenue. Volunteers are welcome to join this group in keeping the woodland tidy.

    View photos of Dan y Bryn Woods and updates on the Wardens work on the wardens’ page on this site

    View map of locations within Radyr & Morganstown

  • 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).

    email: k.stockdale@btcv.org.uk
    tel: 029 2052 4268

  • Pentwyn Park

    Open Space maintained by the Radyr & Morganstown Community Council

    Contact the Clerk to the Community Council

    Tel: 092 2084 2213

    E-mail: clerk@radyr.wales

    View map of locations within Radyr & Morganstown

  • Public Footpaths

    (See also Radyr Map obtainable from the Library in Park Road or from the Clerk to the Community Council on 029 2084 2213)

    The public footpaths have been given their registered numbers where possible. The development of the estates, the M4 and the building of the Comprehensive School have meant that several footpaths have been diverted or taken into highways. The short paths connecting estate roads are approximate routes of the original footpaths, which directly connected Radyr, Morganstown, Pentyrch, St. Fagans, Whitchurch and Llandaff across open fields.

  • Radyr Woods

    Radyr Woods, Nature Reserve and Amenity Area, Prince of Wales Award, Winner of the Jubilee Award 1985. Recognised by The Shell Better Britain Campaign

    Covers 14 acres and includes a wide variety of wildlife habitats and features including ponds, springs, grassy glades and heathland with over 75 species of wildflowers. Visitors are welcome at any time and pedestrian access is unrestricted – from within Radyr the Nature Reserve can be reached via Woodfield Avenue or Taff Terrace.Managed by a group of official volunteer wardens. New recruits (male and female and of all ages) welcome.

    Chair Person: Mr Jim Goodwin Tel: 029 2055 1390

    Quartermaster: Mr R Rivron Tel: 029 2041 9864

    For more information visit the Radyr Woods section of this website.

    View map of locations within Radyr & Morganstown

  • Windsor Gardens

    Open Space maintained by the Radyr & Morganstown Community Council

    Contact the Clerk to the Community Council

    Tel: 092 2084 2213

    E-mail: clerk@radyr.wales

    View map of locations within Radyr & Morganstown