Happy St David’s Day. This is our monthly roundup of what’s happening on our social media channels.
The month started off with a visit to the castle for “Film Nights at Castell Coch”.
I found this tweet about children’s books inspired by the castle and surrounding area. The author’s father-in-law was born in Tongwynlais and Michaela Sherlock, the illustrator, lives here.
— Lovespoon Workshop (@lovespoons) February 5, 2014
The first “Cuppa with a copper” was held at Sugar and Spice.
— SW Police East (@swpeast) February 6, 2014
Crazy High Photos took some great shots of the village.
— Crazy High (@crazyhighphotos) February 7, 2014
We spoke to Graham about the Phoenix closing down.
Tongwynlais Band won the Welsh Open 2014!
— Tongwynlais Band (@TongwynlaisBand) February 15, 2014
We published a map and links to the 3 proposed LDP Alternative Sites.
Castell Coch’s tea shop contract went out to tender. A lot of interest in this!
— Cadw (@cadwwales) February 21, 2014
We went up to Fforest Fawr to report on some junior mountain bike races.
— Maindy Flyers YCC (@MaindyFlyersYCC) February 24, 2014
The first daffodils are blooming in the village.
Finally, a reader shared an old photo of Castell Coch from the 1930s.