Rhiwbina Civic Society

 

Rhiwbina Civic Society works to preserve the village atmosphere for which Rhiwbina is famed, and to foster a sense of community and civic pride.


Rhiwbina Civic Society, which was established in September 1997, enables members of the local community to voice their ideas in an organised and constructive way and is a respected contributor in local authority decision making.

The Society meets on   the   third   Tuesday   of   the   month   at 7.30pm (except   August   and   December)   in   Canolfan Beulah, Rhiwbina, with speakers on a range of subjects of interest and relevance.

Besides the monthly meetings,  the Society participates  in  events  such as Rhiwbina’s Summer and  Winter Festivals and initiates projects such as the erection of Blue Plaques to recognise the work of former local residents; it also from time to time mounts major exhibitions of local interest, the occasional litterpick and other practical schemes such as local surveys and publications.

The Society’s area  of benefit is within the Parliamentary constituency of Cardiff North and comprises the   residential areas of Rhiwbina and Pantmawr   which are bounded by Manor Way, Ty’n y Parc Road, Caerphilly Road, and the countryside areas to the  north  from  the  Traveller’s  Rest Public House along  Cwm  Nofydd. 

The Society actively seeks new members. Annual Membership fees are £5.00 individual and £7.00 per family.

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Photos Taken by Duncan Hockrodge of the unveiling of our latest Blue Plaque in memory of Kate Roberts. It was unveiled by Gillian Clarke, national poet of Wales on 24th October 2015 and can be seen outside 8 Lon Isa, Rhiwbina.