Cardiff on the web digest: 22/04/10

April 22, 2010 No Comments »
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The Free B Bus Service in the city centre is subject to a Facebook campaign to get it off the road

Every week we’re going to be digesting the best of Cardiff on the web. Be it the latest videos, interesting blog posts, new websites, or old ones that are doing something new – this will feature anything and everything Cardiff that’s on the web. If you’ve got anything you think should feature, add it in the comments below or get in touch.

Football crazy with Cardiff City

Cardiff City have sealed a place in the Championship play-offs and Clark’s Pies & Curry blog is already looking forward to it, but wants to see the Bluebirds avoid Swansea. The club has put season tickets on sale for next season, which the Supporters’ Trust are happy about but not impressed with the lack of a system that allows fans to pay a deposit and then pay the full amount later.  Some good news for the Cardiff City Under-16 team as they truimphed in the Tesco Cup for Wales and will now go through to the UK final.

Cardiff Bus gets some stick

A food blogger ends up in a rant about Cardiff Bus, after trying to figure out the new city centre bus system. Meanwhile cardifflife has a tale of a run in with a Cardiff bendy bus and there’s been a Facebook group setup to campaign for the end of the Free B bus.

Living in the city centre

Nathan Collins has an insightful post about what it’s like to live in the centre of Cardiff. He’s been overlooking ‘Chippy Alley’ and he gives a more positive view on our city centre and the benefits of living there.

Brown in town

Gordon Brown has been visiting Cardiff to help his candidates, but he was greeted by placard waving Tories as he pulled up. This Twitpic from niallpaterson shows the scene.

RHS Flower Show reviews

The RHS Flower Show that took place in Bute Park last weekend has some reaction on the blogs, Gardenersclick clearly enjoyed the event and a detailed post from the Dobbies blog shows the glorious weather the show was blessed with.

Bass is back in town

Cardiff Arts Institute preview Bass Clef who will be performing his one-man brass band at the venue on Thursday 29th April.

Celebrating International Record Store Day in Cardiff

Last weekend, Spillers Records took part in the International Record Store Day. Peppermint Iguana has a look at what the physical music product still means to people.

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