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Thanks to an army of willing volunteers, 20,000 new trees have been planted in Cardiff since last autumn as part of a mass tree-planting programme aimed at supporting biodiversity and increasing tree canopy coverage in the city from 18.9% to 25%.
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16 prestigious Green Flags have been awarded to parks and green spaces manged by Cardiff Council, Keep Wales Tidy have announced.
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More than 20 cherry trees, forming part of a newly planted avenue in Heath Park were vandalised this weekend.
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Huw Thomas, the leader of Cardiff Council, has presented his administration’s new Programme for Government to a gathering of more than 100 business, civic and public sector leaders
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Cardiff Council has invested over £1.3 million in energy saving upgrades across 11 of its primary, secondary and Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools, as part of its work to be carbon neutral by 2030.
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A group of allotment holders in a Cardiff suburb have turned a wasteland into a potential oasis thanks to months of hard work… and the generosity of a building supplies company.
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RSPCA Cymru is appealing for information after a stray chow chow dog was found in Cardiff with a significant skin condition.
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Cardiff is the first Welsh city to be named a Tree City of the World in recognition of Cardiff Council's Coed Caerdydd tree-planting programme which aims to increase tree canopy cover in the city to 25% by 2030.
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Pond-dipping, bug-hunting and bird-spotting are just some of the nature-based activities on offer at Forest Farm this weekend as its annual Summer Open Day returns to introduce families to some of the wildlife at the 150-acre local nature reserve.
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They might begin their lives in the dark as lonely seeds, but if you give them plenty of nurturing and encouragement and put them in the right environment, sunflowers can grow strong and tall – the pride of anyone’s garden
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One hundred trees are to be planted in Bute Park, creating a new orchard and replacing 50 trees damaged by vandals in September last year. The planting follows a community-led campaign set up in the wake of the vandalism, which caused...
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There was a time when we all hoped to be in a job for life but how many can claim today to have worked for the same employer – doing more or less the same tasks – for the past 50 years?
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A consultation which invites residents to have their say on park locking arrangements at three parks and gardens in Cardiff, is now open.
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An outbreak of avian flu has killed more than 30 birds at Roath Park Lake since it was first identified.
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New analysis carried out by independent charity Fields in Trust, in collaboration with Cardiff Council, has found that 19% of the city is publicly accessible parks and green spaces
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Cardiff Dogs Home is experiencing a surge in the number of dogs needing rehoming as owners who bought dogs during the pandemic return to work and find themselves without the time needed to properly care for their pets.