Tag Archives: Grangetown

New figures of hate crime in Cardiff

Image: Presenter's link: Hundreds of people braved the arctic weather on Saturday and joined an anti-racism march held in Cardiff over the weekend. This came a day after Neo-Nazi messages were splashed across the walls and store fronts in Grangetown.

An anti-racism march was held in Cardiff over the weekend. Hundreds of people came to show their solidarity against the recent spread of neo-Nazi graffitis across the streets of Grangetown.

Storm Emma melts sale of businesses

Restaurants dealt with a decrease in profits due to grocery stores running out of supplies. But, local pubs benefited from the weather conditions.

Reduce, Reuse and Recycle in Grangetown

‘Repair Cafe Wales’ has held an event in Grangetown to encourage the principle of ‘Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle’. Volunteers repaired broken things like radios, lamps, and bicycles, for free.

Grange Pavilion has won a £1m grant

Grangetown Pavilion

A project by CU’s Community Gateway and Grangetown Community Action received over £1m to refurbish and extend the Grange Pavilion.

Anti-Social behaviors in Grangetown

photo by CNP

Drugs and drinking are something that local people in Grangetown can’t tolerate anymore

Overcoming the language barrier in Cardiff

Migrants in Cardiff may be left behind because of a lack in funds for English classes. Their inclusion in the city’s life rely on it and now it could be put in danger.

Beginners are training in Couch to 5k program

Fitness enthusiast Daniel Allsopp refuses to watch obesity rates in the UK increase. He has been voluntarily training newbie runners in Grangetown.

Keeping Grangetown tidy

Bad weather did not stop people from getting out to clean up their area, as the Keep Grangetown Tidy group celebrated its first birthday.