Pentyrch

Speeding tops police survey in rural West Cardiff

Speeding tops police survey in rural West Cardiff
November 16, 2010 1 Comment »

A survey of rural communities in the Fairwater police district has found out what the policing priorities should be. PC Huw Thomas undertook a survey of 194 residents and found speeding was the top issue in Pentyrch, Gwaelod, Creigiau, St ... Read More »

Villagers petition against business park hits 50 signatures

July 5, 2010 No Comments »

The clerk of Pentyrch’s Community Council has called on more residents to sign a petition against the proposed International Business Park. 52 people have signed the online petition, hosted on the National Assembly website, calling for the Welsh Assembly Government ... Read More »

Cardiff West MP releases celebration video

May 10, 2010 1 Comment »

Victorious Cardiff West MP, Kevin Brennan, has celebrated his re-election with a video and song. ‘Join The Party’ features Brennan out and about on the streets campaigning with Labour activists and political big hitters including Rhodri Morgan and Alan Johnson. ... Read More »

Post-work voter rush hopes to boost turnout in Cardiff West

May 6, 2010 No Comments »

A flurry of voters arrived at the polls this evening to vote in the Cardiff West constituency. Between five and six pm tonight over a hundred voters arrived at Lansdowne Primary School in Canton to cast their vote in what ... Read More »

Brennan hopes for high turnout in Cardiff West

May 6, 2010 No Comments »

Labour candidate for Cardiff West, Kevin Brennan, hopes increased interest in this year’s General Election will provoke a higher turnout of voters. Taking a break from last-minute campaigning with Labour Councillor for Canton Ramesh Patel, he said that people were ... Read More »

Early voting in Cardiff West

May 6, 2010 2 Comments »

Polling stations across the constituency of Cardiff West saw a large turnout this morning despite the drizzle, with a strong early showing for the Liberal Democrats. At the City Temple polling station in Lower Cathedral Road, an electrician in his ... Read More »

Operation Century underway in Pentyrch & Creigiau

March 15, 2010 No Comments »

Following complaints at numerous PACT meetings in Penytrch, South Wales Police have launched Operation Century. The operation started in the middle of February and currently involves police monitoring speeds down a stretch of Cardiff Road in Creigiau. Pentyrch PCSO Lee ... Read More »

Cardiff electoral wards map

March 10, 2010 No Comments »

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New super-wards to be created in West Cardiff

March 9, 2010 3 Comments »

A proposal by the Boundary Commission of Wales could see the creation of two electoral super-wards in West Cardiff. The draft report would see the combining of Pentyrch and Radyr into a new ward called Pentyrch, with three councillors, and ... Read More »

Cardiff school spending per head revealed

February 12, 2010 No Comments »

The amount spent per head for children at school in Cardiff has been revealed, and Cardiff North AM Jonathan Morgan is calling for a re-think of the way schools are funded. You can view our handy map of schools in ... Read More »