Here are a few pictures showing progress with the new pavement (see previous story, here).
This will provide safe passage for pedestrians on this side of the road.
The bench installed in Windsor Gardens to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War has been vandalised.
As you can see from the picture, someone has painted over the plaque, in a fairly meticulous fashion.
We have two WW1 benches. This one - and one at the Old Church Rooms. Both were meant to bear bilingual plaques, but a misunderstanding with the Heritage Lottery Fund led to the delivery of one bench bearing a plaque bearing the Welsh language only - and one bearing the English language only.
The plaques simply said: 'Donated by Radyr & Morganstown Community Council and the Heritage Lottery Fund'. We can't see how anyone could take offence at that. The vandalised bench bore the Welsh language plaque. It has been suggested, therefore, that this vandalism might this be a language-related issue.
It certainly disrespects those who lost their lives during World War One.
We invite anyone with any information about this act of vandalism to contact the police on 07584 004115.
Radyr Library will reopen on Monday (July 13) as part of the phased return of services from Cardiff Council's hubs and libraries.
Customers can access the new click and collect library service from all these facilities, as well as a range of advice services at the hubs such as Into Work, housing, benefits and money advice, when enquiries cannot be dealt with over the phone or email.
Green recycling and food waste bags can be collected too, without the need for an appointment.
You can learn more about the click and collect library service here: https://www.cardiffnewsroom.co.uk/releases/c25/23992.html
Some residents will have seen that workers have moved on site to begin laying a new pavement at the 'top corner' of Windsor Road.
Our thanks go to Cllr Ralph Vaughan and Cllr Rod McKerlich for their work in securing agreement from Cardiff Council for this road-safety project to be implemented.
The latest edition of the Chain is available to read online.
A print copy will not be distributed because of the pandemic.
You can read the Chain here.
Cardiff Libraries have launched a new click-and-collect service for readers. Please see the poster displayed below for details about how to use the new system.
As part of the new service, home delivery is available for housebound customers - and for those shielding or self-isolating who can’t get to a hub for collection. Those in need of home delivery can call the library line on 029 2087 1071, option 2 for further information.
We understand that work will begin on Monday, 22 June, to install a pavement on the bend at the top of Windsor Road.
The work will last about two weeks and will improve safety for pedestrians.
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!
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:
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