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It was once the landmark of Rhiwbina. For decades, it entertained the people of North Cardiff and the valleys. Its name still...
by Desmond Marley I write regarding the article by Les Gibbon entitled ‘More Memories of Melingriffith’, as published in a previous edition...
Ken Hopkins was born at Forest Farm, Whitchurch in 1930. My early memories as a four year old are of our two...
by Stephanie Wilkins (Chair, Friends of Melingriffith Water Pump) Following a partial restoration by volunteers from the Oxford House Archaeological Society (Risca)...
Arguably Llandaff’s greatest son, Roald Dahl is still considered one of the world’s finest authors. Twenty years after his death this November,...
Caerphilly’s history goes back nearly 250,000 years when what we know as Neanderthals scoured the plains for food and shelter. Leaving little...
By Guest Writer, Clive Tucker of Llandaff My greatgrandfather Francis Grimshaw, who resided at Tyn-y-Parc Road, Whitchurch, is one of the missing...
70 years ago, Britain was at war with Germany. The country’s existence hinged on the contributions of each and every individual....
Alan Wilkins is one of the most recognised faces on Welsh TV. The former professional cricketer now lives in Singapore, working as...
My lovely Dad was Harman Williams, born at Melin House, Melingriffith, 5th August 1913. He was one of a family of eleven...
I was born in Llandaff North just six months prior to the outbreak of the war in 1939. Llandaff North then was...
By Dr John Marsden Vocational education first made its appearance in Llandaff when the first phase of college buildings were built on...
We recently took part in the Mass Observation project, that records the changing history of our communities. Here’s our diary entry for...
By Mrs K A Lougher I moved to Rhiwbina when I was 7 years old and attended Rhiwbina Primary School. I used...
First families will move into new ‘Garden City’ by the autumn
Open Doors Llandaff 2017
Win a family ticket to see Oz With Orchestra at St Davids Hall
Have you been to Insole Court lately?
Books to knock your Sockz off
Read Whitchurch and Llandaff Living Issue 44 here now!
James & Jenkins in Llandaff North have everything under one roof
When is a good time to install a wood burning stove?
Where did Rhiwbina get its name?
A-Z of the Summer Holidays
Rachel’s Day: Rhiwbina friends and family arrange charity dog walk
Rhiwbina’s Finest: Les MacNeil BEM
Leasehold Law Review welcomed, but developers will find a way around it
Rhiwbina Library Summer Events
Michelle Marshall: Rhiwbina is where my heart is
Hanging Around: How hanging baskets and window boxes can bring your garden alive
Julie Morgan AM: Constituency News
Steam trains, Woodbines and Mr Gordon
New Everhot oven goes on sale at Topstak
Whitchurch residents raise thousands for Cancer Research Wales in Apprentice style challenge!
Derek Brockway: Wales’s favourite weatherman
Living Magazines Cardiff scoop Community Business of the Year at the Cardiff Business Awards
Rhiwbina Bridge Club victory in North Wales
Win tickets to the Cardiff Speedway Grand Prix 2017
New parade for the 2017 Rhiwbina Summer Festival
Rhiwbina Fun Run 2017
Vintage For Victory festival 2017
Cardiff Met Provides the Lions with Brains AND Brawn (on and off the pitch)
Topstak chosen as the new AGA shop for South Wales
Cardiff Met FC reflect on a phenomenal season
Moscow Philharmonic Orchestra International Concert Series 2016-17
Cardiff Met FC one step away from Europe
Rhiwbina’s finest: The Gateway of India
Spruce up your home this spring
Ty Llandaff: Welcome to the ‘most luxurious care home in Cardiff ‘