News and Events
Love where you live?
Would you be interested in helping to look after the St Fagans community area?
Your Community Council is here to look after the interests of the people who live in St Fagans.
We raise a small amount of money each year to be used to try and improve where you live by organising litter collections, providing flower planters and planting flowers, buying additional salt boxes and litter bins, putting up Xmas lights, etc.
Members of the Council also examine new applications for development and make representations where appropriate and put pressure on Cardiff Council and other organisations to carry out remedial works and improvements to the community area.
Keep dogs on a lead!
It's that special time of year when the fields are occupied by pregnant sheep and lambs. The Museum is appealing to dog owners to keep their dogs on leads when going out for a walk in the open countryside. Unfortunately, we've had experiences of dogs off lead worrying sheep that are out in the fields, with some even being injured. Please ensure your dogs are on a lead when in the vicinity of livestock. Thank you.
If you notice any dogs that appear to be worrying the sheep, please phone the Museum on 029 2057 3500.
Operations to tackle this problem by the police in conjunction with Cardiff Council are continuing with some recent success. More operations are planned over the coming months, but, for obvious reasons, exact details are not made known.
Go to www.plasdwr.co.uk for details.
Despite massive opposition, Cardiff Council has now granted permission in outline for this huge development of almost 6,000 new homes, together with schools, shops, etc., on the land to the east of Crofft-y-Genau Road, covering most of the fields between St Fagans, Radyr and Pentrebane. Details of the planning approval can be accessed on Cardiff Council's web site (www.cardiff.gov.uk) under planning reference 14/02733/MJR. *******************************
A social bridge club is held on Wednesdays in the St Fagans village hall. If interested, please contact Brian Critcher (2056 2364) - everyone welcome! (see Village Hall pages)