It’s in Ysgol Glantaf, Llandaff North again this year, on the 21-22 October 2017. There are details on their website.
Caerwyn writes to say:
“Yes, the walking tour at Llandaf was quite something. There are a few stories about ghosts seen in the area around the Cathedral. The witch from ‘Ffordd y Meirw’ (the street of the dead) was particularly scary. She had red hair, green skin and wings. She usually crawls on the ground. Walking around in pitch dark adds to the suspense ! I left the landing light on after going to sleep that night.
“I can recommend the walk. It’s very scary, even though there are no gimmicks, just the stories.” Book @CardiffHistory !”
Thanks to Caerwyn for his report.
The Llandaff Ghost Walk costs £8 for the 1 hour 20 minute walk and £11 for the two hour extended walk. You can see the walks’ dates and book a place on the Llandaff Ghost Walk at https://www.cardiffhistory.co.uk/shop.php?c=1_0
It’s great to see the Heathcock pub reopened. We went to last night’s taster evening where I took these photos. The lime panacotta was delicious and the I tried the spicy meatballs, which could do with even more spice for my taste. The menu looks great, with ribeye steak at 11.95 looks like great value and there’s a good range of dishes. Good luck to the new patrons as they open tonight.
Aberdulais Falls, Tinworks and the restored Llanelly House are the destinations of this year’s Llandaff Society Annual Coach Outing on 28 July 2017. YOU can contact Jenny Barton-Greenwood to reserve you place.
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Just pondering over three recent changes to Llandaf: