Tongwynlais has had a busy month. Doctor Who was in Fforest Fawr, Castell Coch was in Visit Wales’ NATO video, the Mayor officially opened the Holiday Inn and the Merthyr Road development was on the BBC News website. Read on to find out more.
Robot of Sherwood
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) September 1, 2014
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) September 6, 2014
Castell Coch was in Visit Wales’ welcome video and one of our photos showcased #mywales.
— Visit Wales (@visitwales) September 3, 2014
— NATO Wales 2014 (@NATOWales) September 2, 2014
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) September 3, 2014
The Merthyr Road planning application went to planning committee with great support from residents.
— Ben G Thomas (@BenjaminGThomas) September 17, 2014
— Mari Williams (@Mari_Williams) September 18, 2014
Green field no longer? http://t.co/up8A7oU9CS Residents fight village housing development
— BBC Wales News (@BBCWalesNews) September 17, 2014
The Cardiff Debate visited Tongwynlais and there was a great turnout.
The team are ready for today's event at Tongwynlais Village Hall… Join us and have your say! pic.twitter.com/AafLVlcI1J
— The Cardiff Debate (@CardiffDebate) September 18, 2014
— Phil Bale (@PhilBale) September 19, 2014
The Lord Mayor, Margaret Jones opened the Holiday Inn.
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) September 24, 2014
— Tenovus (@tenovuscancer) September 24, 2014
We shared a great photo of Merthyr Road when a water main burst.
Castell Coch was in the Telegraph.
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) September 16, 2014
We finish with a great Instagram photo from Gale.