Social Media Roundup - March 2017 header

Social Media Roundup – March 2017

Social Media Roundup - March 2017 header

Scrolling back through our Twitter, Facebook and Instagram feeds has been brilliant this month. There’s so much going on and people doing great things! I encourage you to go and have a look even if you don’t use these services. We can’t write about everything on the website so please connect with us on social media for all the latest Ton news.


This is one of the best costumes I’ve ever seen. Well done to the little girl and whoever helped her create this magnificent outfit!

The Ironbridge improvements were completed after a slight delay. More room to pass on bikes and with pushchairs is great.

The Friends of Tongwynlais Pamper Me Night raised £440!

Volunteers did a Spring clean and some seed bombing.

We decided to get back into Instagram. Are you a keen Instagrammer? Follow us so we can follow back!

The first drawing class went well. There are people of all abilities so if you fancy a peaceful couple of hours sketching them come along.

At the first drawing class in the Tanyard. Everyone's appreciating the peace and quiet!

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Local artist Amelia Thomas started a petition to save a Cardiff landmark.

Madisyn Jenkins entered a competition to draw something beautiful in Wales. She chose Castell Coch of course…

Lent lunches at St Michael’s.

A local resident is working on a project to get a defibrillator installed in the village. We have more news to follow.

We spotted a guy getting ready to ride this beauty from Tongwynlais to the Bay and back!

You don't see many of these on the Taff Trail! #pennyfarthing #tongwynlais #tafftrail

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Elmo at Castell Coch

Lovely photo from a new local gardening blog.

We visited the folks at Bethesda Chapel to find out about the work they’re doing to establish links with the community.

The school have another brilliant entry for the annual RHS wheelbarrow contest.

Guest blogger Bill Farnham explains what Neighbourhood Watch is all about. Would you like to set one up in your street?

The Ton 3 Peaks walk returned for its second year. This time raising money for the Ainon Youth group to improve the village.

Daffodils in the village after the Ton 3 peaks walk.

Daffodils after the #ton3peaks walk. #tongwynlais #daffs #spring

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There are Community Council elections coming up (if people want to nominate themselves).

And also Local Elections. Do you know if you’re registered?

Gale’s corner is back after a one month hiatus. We missed you Gale!

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