Cardiff Council is collecting our garden waste again.
They will collect from Radyr and Morganstown on Saturday, 6 June.
They have issued the handy leaflet, below, which shows what you can - and cannot - put in your green wheelie bin.
So if you need to mow, prune or get rid of old annuals - you have just over a week to get the job done if you want Cardiff Council to take it all away!
Welsh lessons on the Taff Trail!
Anyone planning to walk or cycle the Taff Trail today (towards town) can enjoy some unexpected Welsh lessons!
Someone has been busy identifying trees lining the route, in both Welsh and English - sometimes with a picture of the tree's leaf.
In case you can't go today, here are some of the trees identified by the mystery arboriculturist:
During the COVID crisis it's been great to see our Station Road businesses continuing to provide us with their excellent goods and services.
We thought we should let them know how grateful we are - and how much we appreciate what they are doing for the community.
So we wrote them a letter:
A local farmer (based just outside Radyr and Morganstown) has issued a note urging people who cross his land to follow the countryside code. We believe that his concerns stem from the fact that many more people are accessing his land (via public footpaths, we hope) during the COVID crisis. It would seem, from his note, that some people are not following the code.
We think that following the Countryside Code is an excellent thing to do.
However, rather than reproducing his note on our website, we will simply take this opportunity to remind you of the need to follow the code when visiting the woodlands and farmlands that can be accessed from Radyr and Morganstown.
You can enjoy reading the code here.
But please don't be put off visiting the countryside! We all have a right to access public footpaths - and to enjoy the wide network of routes that criss-cross the countryside around us.
Cardiff Council is bringing back most kerbside collections from 1 June.
Garden waste, bulky item collections and separate glass collections will remain suspended until further notice.
Several local residents have enjoyed their daily exercise by walking across the Radyr Golf Club course.
The club reports that they have done so in a considerate manner; tidying up after their dogs and respecting the greens and bunkers.
However, the course will reopen for golfers on Monday 18th May. Once again, golf balls will be flying around at dangerous speeds - and it will be vital that non-golfers walk on the golf course using only the public footpaths that skirt it. This is for their safety - and to enable golfers to enjoy their sport.
In the meantime, the club would like to thank those members of the public who have offered kind words of appreciation, following their walks across the site - and it hopes that residents will visit again when the clubhouse is fully open.
And it's also a big thank you to the golf club from us - for allowing so many residents to enjoy the opportunity to wander across the course.