House-to-house deliveries of the autumn issue of Rhiwbina Living begin this week.
One of the things we love about delivering Rhiwbina Living in the autumn months is the variety of warms aromas that drift from the kitchens in the village. Later on in the afternoon, as evening falls, every other house will have some kind of casserole or stew bubbling away. It’s beautiful. So if you’ve just picked up your copy from your doormat, and if you’ve got something tasty on the hob or in the oven – we thank you!
We’ve been very honoured to have picked up several nominations in this year’s Magazine Publishers Awards, a prestigious UK-wide competition to find the best of Britain’s community magazines.
Once again, we’ve worked hard to bring you a great read. We’ve charted the life of North Cardiff’s Terry Nation on page 8. His legacy is still felt in British television to this very day. On page 13, find out how your village of Rhiwbina comes together every year to remember a friend. Rhiwbina resident Leela Dutt meets Mari Williams on page 15. Mari packed in her day job to cycle the world!
The life of Sir David Mathew is told on page 16. He lies in Llandaff Cathedral but his influence during his life will certainly raise a few eyebrows. We’ve got some wonderful old photos on page 19 and if you were at the Rhiwbina Festival back in the summer, you may have seen the focus of our feature on page 23.
We’ve got some local community news on page 29 and some mouth-watering autumn recipes on page 30. Phew!
See you in the run-up to Christmas!
Patric and Danielle (editors)
Read the autumn issue here: