Radyr

Radyr (Welsh: Radur) is an outer suburb of Cardiff, the capital of Wales. The suburb is situated in the west of the city, although it was originally a separate village, and is located around 5 miles (8 kilometres) north west of Cardiff city centre. According to 2009 estimates, the suburb has a population of 6,000. Radyr is administratively linked to the adjacent community of Morganstown, but they are now physically divided by the M4 motorway. To the north of Radyr & Morganstown are the villages of Tongwynlais and Gwaelod-y-Garth, to the east is the suburb Whitchurch, to the south the suburb of Danescourt and to the west is countryside.

Read more about Radyr:  Demography, Landmark Buildings and Local Attractions, Education, Religious Sites, Sports and Recreation, Twin Towns, Notable People, Radyr in The Media

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Morganstown - Geography - Radyr Woods Nature Area
... Radyr Woods is designated as a Site of Nature Conservation Importance and the adjoining Hermit Woods is additionally designated a Local Nature Reserve ... of the Tudor deer park owned by the Mathew family and later Radyr Quarry, the area is owned by Cardiff Council and Plymouth Estates, managed by the Radyr community council with the support ... Radyr Woods provides important habitats for a wide range of species ...
Radyr in The Media
... The writer Roald Dahl lived in Radyr as a boy in the 1920s, describing his house as an "imposing country mansion, surrounded by acres of farm and woodland" in his book Boy ... series Torchwood, called Small Worlds, were filmed mostly around Radyr Primary School ...
Morganstown - Twin Towns
... Radyr is twinned with Saint-Philbert-de-Grand-Lieu, a town south-west of Nantes (Cardiff's twin city) on the southern shores of the Lac de Grand Lieu ... On the 10th anniversary of the twinning fellowship, Radyr presented the people of St Philbert with a red telephone box ... The following year the French presented the Radyr community with a wine press, now sited in the gardens of the Old Church Rooms ...
Morganstown - Radyr in The Media
... The writer Roald Dahl lived in Radyr as a boy in the 1920s, describing his house as an "imposing country mansion, surrounded by acres of farm and woodland" in his ... Small Worlds, were filmed mostly around Radyr Primary School ...
Hieracium Radyrense
... Radyr Hawkweed is the common name of Hieracium radyrense, a very rare endemic species restricted to Radyr in south Wales, UK ... A polycarpic perennial, Radyr Hawkweed flowers from late May to early June or July ... Specimens found at Danybryn in Radyr grew on a grassy bank and lawn under the partial shade of trees and shrubs ...