We’re big fans of Twitter here at Tongwynlais.com. It’s a great tool to connect with people and stumble on interesting things to share.
We found out Derek Brockway is walking to Castell Coch.
Filming and walking to @Castell_Coch @cadwwales today. New series of Weatherman Walking on @bbcwales early 2016. pic.twitter.com/qazQMghRR3
— Derek Brockway (@DerekTheWeather) May 21, 2015
We get tips on when Doctor Who are filming.
Closer pictures of filming behind Castell Coch. #dwsr pic.twitter.com/uWQWX7F00R
— Doctor Who Filming (@DWFilming) March 26, 2015
People post old pictures of the village.
The Lewis Arms, Tongwynlais. Year unknown @mytongwynlais pic.twitter.com/KiCz6DiKXX
— Cardiffs History (@CardiffsHistory) December 28, 2014
It’s a great way to report on community issues.
The moment Bryn revealed original documents about the village hall paid for by residents in 1932 @mytongwynlais pic.twitter.com/0b58EeoxtM
— Mari Williams (@Mari_Williams) September 5, 2013
And it’s great for breaking news.
Crews from Caerphlly+Whitchurch responded to a report of a fire at Castle Heights Golf Club Tongwynlais at 01:16 on arrival shed well alight
— Jennie Griffiths (@GriffithsJECtrl) March 28, 2014
All the school classes are on Twitter and it’s a great way to find out what the kids are up to.
Fantastic artwork … Thank you Mrs R Driscoll @radyrcs 🎨👍😃 pic.twitter.com/uVVYefqEem
— Class Guinevere Tong (@ClassGuinevere) July 10, 2015
We also use it to promote the village.
Castell Coch in Tongwynlais looking beautiful this morning. #loveton @cadwwales @visitwales @VisitBritain pic.twitter.com/PrIZRoGWhB
— Tongwynlais.com (@mytongwynlais) January 19, 2015
There are lots of local businesses and organisations in the village on Twitter, why not sign up and join the conversation?