• 9 August 2017

    Making mouths water across Cardiff; local blog ‘Mac n Me’ celebrates all things macaroni cheese!

    Macaroni cheese is a well-known comfort food and Mac n Me takes comfort in tasting and reviewing as many dishes as possible on our behalf.  Set up by Splottlander Nicki, the award-winning blog goes from strength-to-strength and recently covered one of our very own local businesses.   Inksplott is delighted to present its latest interview.  ... Read more

  • 3 August 2017

    New website is one-stop-shop for well-being services

    A new website has been launched to provide residents in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan with a one-stop-shop for information on a range of well-being services, activities and support available to them and their families. Launched this week, Dewis Cymru is a new online directory that allows users to access information on services in ... Read more

  • 2 August 2017

    Splott Road Bridge reopens but only briefly

    Splott Road Bridge reopened today to traffic following full closure caused by the Citadel collapse last month.  The bridge is now allowing single-flow traffic directed by a four-way traffic light system, as it was before the tragic incident which claimed a man’s life. This will be a relief to residents of Splott and Adamsdown, especially ... Read more

  • 2 August 2017

    Antiques Roadshow comes to Cardiff Castle in September

    It’s time to check the attic folks!  Antiques Roadshow, one of the BBC’s old treasures, winds its way to Wales next month.  The show will pitch up in ye olde Cardiff Castle on the 6th September, offering a classic opportunity to value your valuables.   The TV programme is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year and ... Read more

  • 27 July 2017

    Ysgol Glan Morfa expansion part of plan to double number of Welsh primary school places in Cardiff

    Construction of a new Welsh-medium primary school in Cardiff is underway, signalling the start of a project that will double the size of Ysgol Glan Morfa in Splott. Being built on Lewis Road, the £7.8m school will provide a new home for Ysgol Glan Morfa when it moves next summer from its current location on ... Read more

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