Cardiff

Llanishen Reservoir update, September 2006

Llanishen Reservoir security gates with warning sign

Security gates blocking access to Llanishen Reservoir. Photo: Chris Brown. Cardiff Friends of the Earth

Climate Change Demo Cardiff

Three young people holding banner saying Prevent climate change

Good advice from concerned young people Photo: Tom Strickland

22nd April 2006

To recognise Earth Day, a march was organised by Campaign Against Climate Change. Around 150 people took their concerns about climate change on to the streets of Cardiff, marching past shoppers on Cardiff's busy Queen Street.

Message in a bottle

James Maiden, handing Councillor Simon Wakefield a bottle at City Hall

James Maiden from Cardiff Friends of the Earth handing Chair of the Environmental Scrutiny Committee, Simon Wakefield, a Message in a Bottle Photo: Lyndsay Maiden, Cardiff Friends of the Earth

Llanishen Country Park

Countryside at Llanishen Reservoir

Countryside at Llanishen Reservoir. Photo: Llanishen RAG

A new Llanishen Country Park

We propose a country park stretching from Roath Park, past the Llandennis Oval and along the Nant Fawr. It would include both reservoirs and go along the Nant Ty Draw stream to the M4. It would then continue on to Caerphilly Mountain.

River Ely Cycle Bridge update

Cyclists wearing swiming gear beside the River Ely

Local group members try to cross the River Ely

River Ely cycle bridge update

Sustrans has won £50 million of funding from the Big Lottery Fund for the Connect2 project to invest in walking and cycling UK-wide. This includes the 140 meter Ely River Bridge, Pont Y Werin. This really is a great achievement and we couldn’t have done it without your votes.

Llanishen Reservoir Planning Inquiry

The pink waxcap toadstool

The pink waxcap toadstool, found at Llanishen Reservoir, is a UK Biodiversity Action Plan priority species. Photo: Llanishen Reservoir Action Group

This action is now closed. Thank you to everyone who took part.

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