Llandaff  50+

at the Llandaff Institute on the High Street

Working with Age Connects (Cardiff & the Vale) and Age Cymru



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28th April - Garden clearup with volunteers and our councillors to stop the undergrowth before spring!

26th April - Our treeman has lopped the tree to stop it damaging the Castle walls. It will be removed when the Dig takes place.

24th April - Application to HLF for heritage and gardening activities is in.

18th April - Application to Co-op Local Community Fund is in!  Keep your fingers crossed that we get chosen.

12th April - Application for a development grant from Big Lottery is in.  Hopefully, this will cover the costs to take us through the Planning application.

11th April - First meeting for our spring term - lots of Welsh food to taste!

27th March - Busy day for 50+!  Great meeting with HLF in the morning, to discuss funding for heritage activity planning for The Pound and then the start of our Storytelling Workshops, funded by Age Cymru Gwanwyn, with Richard Berry.  A good turnout - and lots of fun!

23rd March - 50+ committee meeting at The Maltsters (always good fun) and a preparation meeting with Richard Berry, who will be taking the storytelling workshops (funded by Age Cymru/Gwanwyn) starting on Tuesday.

21st March - Dave Wyatt from CAER Heritage Project came to talk to Llandaff 50+ and tell us about their archaeological dig. As we’re both working with Dr Tim Young, we’re planning to work together in the future.

19th March - Funding work continues.  Workshops are booked for training our storyteller/guides for the May Fayre in the Castle.  Thanks to the Age Cymru Gwanwyn Grant for funding this great opportunity.

9th March - Meeting with new volunteer to discuss Planning and being eco friendly.

1st March 2018 - The snow stopped us from celebrating St David’s Day at The Pound, but gave us some good photos for our Christmas cards.

We’re writing funding applications and planning for the Medieval May Fayre.