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Cymanfa Ganu’r Gadeirlan

November 17, 2017 - Author: melyn

Alwyn Humphreys bydd yn arwain Cymanfa Ganu’r Gadeirlan yn yr Eglwys Gadeiriol ar brynhawn Sul 19 Tachwedd 2017. Cyngerdd wedi ei drefnu gan Bwyllgor Apel Llandaf a Danescourt i godi arian i Eisteddfod Caerdydd 2018. Tocynnau ar werth yn Ffandango’s.

A concert of singing to raise money for next year’s National Eisteddfod in Cardiff.

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Llandaf Autumn Concert

November 12, 2017 - Author: melyn

In Llandaf, the Insole Court Community Choir headlines an Autumn Concert fundraiser at Insole Court, with three performances on 17 and 18 November 2017.

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Arfon Haines Davies Auctioneer

November 6, 2017 - Author: melyn

Brigyn play the music and Arfon Haines Davies is the auctioneer in this 10 November 2017 fundraising art auction at Llanofer Hall to raise money for the 2018 Eisteddfod Caerdydd. £10 gets you entry, a glass of wine and free after-show entry to the Cameo Club in Pontcanna. Pwyllgor Apel Pontcanna sy’n trefnu.

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Flamenco and Sherry – what a combination

November 1, 2017 - Author: melyn

This looks like an interesting mix. On 10 Nov 2017 there’s an exhibition on live flamenco dancing at the Llandaff Institute with Amanda Frescura. Tickets cost £25 and proceeds go to Welsh Hearts.

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Happy Halloween Llandaff!

October 23, 2017 - Author: melyn

I love this creepy witch with specs and a spider choker in Stewart Greenberg optician window. Great way to wish you a Happy Halloween for the 31st of October readers.

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Llandaff Ghost Walk

September 1, 2017 - Author: melyn

Llandaf resident and LlandafPost reader Caerwyn Williams has been in touch to say how much he enjoyed the Llandaff Ghost Walk last night.

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 !”

llandaff photo

Photo by Dave Snowden

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

Written 01/09/17


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