October 20, 2014
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Welcome to Our Cardiff North 2015 General Election Page

Cardiff North Map

Cardiff North is set to be a key marginal seat in next year’s general election. We’ve put together a dedicated page where you can follow all the news and views.

We’re using a service called Rebel Mouse that allows us to bring together tweets and news from all the parliamentary candidates, news outlets and from you.

Use the hashtag #cardiffnorth2015 to share your views via Twitter.

The following parties have put forward candidates (in alphabetical order):

We hope this page will be useful to all residents of Cardiff North. In the upcoming weeks we’ll be asking you what you think and quizzing the candidates.

You can contact us in the usual ways or via the dedicated Twitter account. has no political affiliation and will treat all parties and candidates equally. You may notice more tweets from a particular candidate; this simply reflects the amount they tweet. We do not curate or edit these tweets. We will also add relevant news from national news outlets.

October 19, 2014
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Pop Up Cinema at Castell Coch

Film Nights at Castell Coch

After the very popular event in February, film nights are back at Castell Coch.

Cadw, in association with Chapter Arts Centre and the University of South Wales are screening four films over two nights in November.

Family Pop-Up Cinema

Tickets are £6.00. Visit Cadw’s website for details.

Pop-Up Cinema

Tickets are £12.00 or £10.00 for concessions. Visit Cadw’s website for details.

We put together a summary of the last event.

For full details, visit the Cadw website or book tickets from Chapter Arts. You can ring the Chapter Arts box office on 02920 304400.

People were disappointed to miss the event last time so please share this article with your friends.

You can follow us on Twitter and Facebook for updates and subscribe for the latest articles.

October 15, 2014
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Merthyr Road Planning Application Approved

Land next to village hall

The planning application for five residential houses to be built on land next to the village hall has been approved.

We’ve documented the story since the initial public consultation in August 2013.

Several objections and petitions were registered when the application was officially submitted.

The application eventually went to the planning committee on the 17th of September 2014. A site visit was requested and granted. The planning committee visited the site on the 8th of October and were greeted by a group of residents showing their opposition to the plans.