In its meeting on 23 January the Community Council agreed to award a grant of £1,800 to the Radyr and Morganstown Association to help pay for the costs of:
Commenting on the grant award, council Chair, Huw Onllwyn Jones, said:
"I am delighted that we can, once again, support Radyr and Morganstown's fabulous May Festival. The RMA undertakes an astonishing amount of work in arranging the festival - and I know that they will raise a huge amount of money for this year's charity, Tenovus.
The Concert in the Park will be extra special this year - as it combines the usual, excellent entertainment with some special features as part of the commemorations to celebrate 75 years since VE Day.
I am also pleased that we can help with the Fun Run. This is a great event for families - and I look forward to seeing young and old running to keep fit - and helping with the fundraising.
We can be justly proud of our festival - and I urge all who live in Radyr and Morganstown to attend as many events as possible. It's all very good fun - and you will be supporting a very good cause".
Tenovus helps fund cancer research and provides services to help people with cancer. You can read more about them here.
VE Day celebrates Victory in Europe, at the end of the Second World War. You can read more here.
And you will be able read all about the Radyr and Morganstown festival here.
The Radyr and Morganstown Association has published details about the festival on its website, here.
There's plenty for all to enjoy - so please go along to enjoy yourself and help raise money for this year's good cause, which is Action For Children.
The picture above shows Windsor Gardens prepared for a display of Maypole dancing, to be given by children from Radyr and Bryn Deri primary schools (at 2.00pm on Monday, 6 May). The grass, as you can see, has been cut quite short - and in a circle. No rain is forecast!
And what, exactly, is Maypole dancing? Find out here!
At its meeting on 2 March the community council awarded the following grants - all linked to the Radyr and Morganstown Festival:
Commenting on the grant awards, the council's chair, Ralph Vaughan said:
'We are delighted to offer support for the Radyr and Morganstown Festival. This is one of the highlights of the year. We all look forward to a fortnight of fun and celebration across the community and we are, as always, very grateful to the Radyr and Morganstown Association for the tremendous amount of work they do to organise the festival. We are praying for plenty of sunshine!'
More information about the festival, which runs between 4 and 19 May, can be found here.
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