We started the month with some daffodils for St David’s Day.
We attended the LDP Alternative Sites consultation event. The deadline for commenting on this is midnight on the 4th April.
A shot from the Taff Trail.
Rob Escott shared this brilliant image of Castell Coch on Twitter.
@Castell_Coch Here's a picture of Castell Coch with a twist. . pic.twitter.com/EHo3MdWMWR
— Rob Escott (@RobEscott3111) March 30, 2014
A reader sent us this picture of their child’s award winning model of Castell Coch.
Models of the castle were a bit of a theme this month.
“@adamsonfamily: Chloe's model of Castle Coch for the @RhiwSyrDafydd eisteddfod. pic.twitter.com/iaykGngVYd”
— Rhiw Syr Dafydd (@RhiwSyrDafydd) March 2, 2014
This is the impressive model of Castell Coch Danny Waterman, 9, made for the Urdd competition themed 'wonders' … pic.twitter.com/tuztCnKBIM
— Cadw (@cadwwales) March 27, 2014
Brilliant model of @Castell_Coch by Tongwynlais Primary kids at Knowing you – knowing Ton. #loveton pic.twitter.com/1qwv5cjN4T
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) March 29, 2014
We explored Fforest Ganol.
PCSOs Davies and Dunning carried out bike marking at the school.
PCSOs Davies & Dunning security coding pedal cycles at Tongwynlais Primary School today #FairwaterNPT #gd pic.twitter.com/SE8iyOMyQy
— SW Police East (@swpeast) March 29, 2014
And we finished the month at “Knowing you – knowing Ton“, which went extremely well. The organisers and volunteers should be very proud of their efforts.