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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.
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Growing our own food on allotments has been one of the more popular ways of keeping active during the pandemic and Cardiff Council is keen to ensure as many of us as possible can get back to the land.
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Cardiff has emerged as one of the best cities in the UK in which to live and work, according to an influential new report.
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Over 1,700 trees have been planted in Tremorfa Park for the Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) at a special event to commemorate Cardiff’s status as a Champion City.
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A team of dedicated Cardiff Council Park Rangers have reunited a 2-year old boy with his beloved lost teddy bear today – 10 days after it fell into Roath Park Lake.
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One Planet Cardiff, the council’s strategy for a carbon neutral city by 2030 has been rated as the best in Wales by a citizen data science project led by Climate Emergency UK
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The trees planted today were six of the 120 trees kindly gifted as part of The Sakura Cherry Tree Project which was created to celebrate 150 years of friendship between Wales and Japan. They will form an avenue of cherry blossom trees in the parks
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Welsh Water is set to begin work on the highly anticipated construction of its visitor attraction hub at Lisvane and Llanishen reservoirs.
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Two of Cardiff’s parks have received Benches of Hope, donated by Netflix to commemorate Ricky Gervais’ After Life, to create a space for residents to talk or reflect.
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Installing CCTV, looking at opportunities for improving lighting, locking certain park gates at night, and offering rewards to help catch vandals will all be discussed as part of plans being drawn up to improve safety in Cardiff’s parks.
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Volunteers, 'Friends of' groups, residents and council staff have been busy planting 11,000 bulbs and this new year, more volunteers are invited to help keep Cardiff in bloom.