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The A4232, which is also known either as the Peripheral Distributor Road (PDR) (Ffordd Ddosbarthu Ymylol) or the Cardiff Link Road (Ffordd Gyswllt Caerdydd), is a distributor road in Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
Alun Edward Michael, (born 22 August 1943) is a British Labour and Co-operative politician who is the South Wales Police and Crime Commissioner.
Andrew Kerr is a local government officer who has served as Chief Executive of several principal councils.
The Angel Hotel is a hotel on a prominent corner of Castle Street/Westgate Street in the centre of Cardiff, Wales.
The Animal Wall (Mur Anifeiliaid) is a sculptured wall depicting 15 animals in the Castle Quarter of the city centre of Cardiff, Wales.
Atlantic Wharf (Glanfa Iwerydd) is a southern area of the city of Cardiff, Wales.
Atrium (styled as ATRiuM), officially ATRiuM: Cardiff Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries and also known as ATRiuM Building, forms part of the Cardiff campus of the University of South Wales, along with Atlantic House in Tyndall Street.
Barnett Janner, Baron Janner (20 June 1892 – 4 May 1982) was a British politician who was elected as a Liberal Member of Parliament (MP) and later as a Labour MP.
Baycar (also styled as baycar) is a bus service in Cardiff, serving the city centre and Cardiff Bay.
BBC Cardiff Singer of the World competition (known as Cardiff Singer of the World from 1983–2001 and BBC Singer of the World in Cardiff in 2003) is a competition for opera and art singers held every two years.
The city of Durban, South Africa was initially elected as the host for the 2022 Commonwealth Games on 2 September 2015, at a General Assembly in Auckland, New Zealand.
Bus transport in Cardiff, the capital and most populous city in Wales, forms the major part of the city's public transport network, which also includes water, air travel and an urban rail network.
Butetown (or The Docks, Tre-biwt) is a district and community in the south of the city of Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
The Butetown electoral ward of Cardiff covers the Cardiff Bay area of the city, electing a councillor to Cardiff Council.
Butetown History & Arts Centre (BHAC) was a historical archive, educational centre and art gallery located in the Butetown area of Cardiff, Wales.
Canoe Wales is the national governing body for canoeing and kayaking in Wales.
Cardiff (Caerdydd) is the capital of, and largest city in, Wales, and the eleventh-largest city in the United Kingdom.
Cardiff Amateur Athletic Club (Cardiff AAC) (Clwb Athletau Amatur Caerdydd), formed in 1882 as Roath (Cardiff) Harriers, is an athletics s based at the Cardiff International Sports Stadium, Cardiff.
Cardiff and Vale College abbreviated to CAVC (Coleg Caerdydd a'r Fro), is a mixed-sex education Further Education college in Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan, Wales.
The Cardiff Athletics Stadium (also known as Leckwith Athletics Stadium) was an athletics and football stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Bay (Bae Caerdydd) is the area of water created by the Cardiff Barrage in south Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
Cardiff Bay Barrage lies across the mouth of Cardiff Bay, Wales between Queen Alexandra Dock and Penarth Head.
Cardiff Bay Opera House was a proposed centre for the performing arts in Cardiff Bay, Cardiff, Wales, conceived in the 1990s as a crucial part of the Cardiff Bay redevelopment project.
Cardiff Bay railway station (Bae Caerdydd), formerly Cardiff Bute Road, is a station serving the Cardiff Bay and Butetown areas of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Bay Visitor Centre (known informally as 'the Tube') was a piece of modern architecture designed by the architect Wil Alsop for Cardiff Bay, Wales, in 1990.
The Cardiff Big Weekend took place annually from 1994 to 2011 as part of the Cardiff Festival organised by Cardiff Council.
Cardiff Bus Cardiff City Transport Services Limited (Bws Caerdydd) is the dominant operator of bus services in Cardiff, Wales and the surrounding area, including Barry and Penarth.
Cardiff Castle (Castell Caerdydd) is a medieval castle and Victorian Gothic revival mansion located in the city centre of Cardiff, Wales.
The Cardiff Centenary Walk is a tourist walkway through Cardiff city centre in Wales.
Cardiff Central (Canol Caerdydd in Welsh) is a borough constituency in the city of Cardiff.
Cardiff Central bus station was the main bus transport interchange in the Cardiff city centre until it closed on 1 August 2015.
Cardiff Central Library (Llyfrgell Ganolog Caerdydd), is the main library in the city centre of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Central railway station (Caerdydd Canolog) is a major railway station on the South Wales Main Line in Cardiff, United Kingdom and one of two hubs of the city's urban rail network.
Cardiff City refers to various institutions associated with Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff city centre (Canol Dinas Caerdydd) is the city centre and central business district of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff City Football Club (Clwb Pêl-droed Dinas Caerdydd) is a professional association football club based in the city of Cardiff, Wales, that competes in the Premier League, the top tier of the English football league system.
The Cardiff City Stadium (Stadiwm Dinas Caerdydd) is a stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales.
The Cardiff Half Marathon (Hanner Marathon Caerdydd) (previously known as the Cardiff Marathon) is an annual half marathon race held in the Welsh capital city of Cardiff, taking place in October.
Cardiff Harbour Authority (CHA) is the managing authority for Cardiff Bay under the Cardiff Bay Barrage Act 1993, and was established on 1 April 2000.
Cardiff International Pool is an Olympic-sized swimming pool built as a public-private funded project, with a partnership between Cardiff Council (land owner), OLLC which is a partnership between Orion Land & Leisure and Explore Investments (developers) and Parkwood Leisure (operator).
The Cardiff International Sports Stadium (Stadiwm Chwaraeon Rhyngwladol Caerdydd), is an athletics stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff International Sports Village (Pentref Chwaraeon Rhyngwladol Caerdydd) is located in Cardiff Bay in the city of Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff International White Water (Dŵr Gwyn Rhyngwladol Caerdydd) is an Olympic standard white water rafting centre based at the Cardiff International Sports Village in Cardiff Bay.
Cardiff Market (Marchnad Caerdydd), also known as Cardiff Central Market (Marchnad Ganolog Caerdydd) and as the Market Building, is a Victorian indoor market in the Castle Quarter of Cardiff city centre, capital city of Wales.
Cardiff Queen Street railway station (Caerdydd Heol y Frenhines) is a railway station serving the north and east of Central Cardiff, Wales.
Cardiff Sailing Centre (Canolfan Hwylio Caerdydd) is a Cardiff Council run watersports facility based on Cardiff Bay Barrage in Cardiff Bay.
The Cardiff Story Museum (Amgueddfa Stori Caerdydd) is a museum in Cardiff, Wales which exhibits the history of the city.
Cardiff's town walls were a Medieval defensive wall enclosing much of the present day centre of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales, which included Cardiff Castle.
Cardiff University (Prifysgol Caerdydd) is a public research university in Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom.
Castle Quarter (Cwr y Castell) is an independent retail destination area in the north of the city centre of Cardiff, Wales.
Cathays (Y Waun Ddyfal) is a district and community in the centre of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
The Cathays Cemetery is one of the main cemeteries of Cardiff, Wales.
Cathays Library is a Grade II* listed library building in Cathays, Cardiff, Wales.
CCC may refer to.
Central Square (Sgwâr Canolog) is a large public space in Cardiff, Wales, adjacent to Cardiff Central railway station and including Cardiff bus station.
Sir Charles James Jackson (2 May 1849 – 23 April 1923) was a British businessman, collector, barrister, newspaper executive, politician, and writer, who was an authority on antique gold and silver plate.
The first election to the City of Cardiff Council following the re-organization of local government in Wales was held on 4 May 1995.
The second election to the City of Cardiff Council following the re-organization of local government in Wales was held on 6 May 1995.
The third election to the City of Cardiff Council following the re-organization of local government in Wales was held on 10 June 2004.
The Cardiff Council election in 2008 was held on 1 May, along with other local elections in the UK.
The 2012 Cardiff Council election took place on Thursday 3 May 2012 to elect members of Cardiff Council in Wales.
Elections to City of Cardiff Council were held on 4 May 2017 as part of wider local elections across Wales.
City of Cardiff Council in south Wales is elected, as a whole, every 4 years.
City Road (Heol y Ddinas) is a commercial thoroughfare in the Plasnewydd area of Cardiff, Wales.
A community (cymuned) is a division of land in Wales that forms the lowest tier of local government in Wales.
The Core Cities Group (also Core Cities UK) is a self-selected and self-financed collaborative advocacy group of large regional cities in the United Kingdom outside Greater London.
The County Hall is the head office of Cardiff Council (formerly South Glamorgan County Council), located beside the disused Bute East Dock in the Atlantic Wharf area of Butetown, Cardiff.
Alun Craig Williams is a British Conservative Party politician.
Creigiau & St.
Cycling in Cardiff, capital of Wales, is facilitated by its easy gradients and large parks.
Cyncoed is a community in the north of the city of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Danescourt is an outer suburb of western Cardiff, just over northwest of Cardiff city centre.
David Hurn (born 21 July 1934) is a British documentary photographer and member of Magnum Photos.
Delme Bowen is an emeritus professor (cell biology) at Cardiff University.
Eastern High School (formerly Rumney High School) is an English medium co-educational, community school in the Rumney area of Cardiff, Wales.
Ely Hospital was a large psychiatric institution near Cardiff, Wales which closed in 1996.
Emergency planning in Wales is carried out in line with the Civil Contingencies Act 2004 however as a result of devolution it is managed with its own ‘welsh flavour.’ For instance there are unique bodies operating in Wales like The Joint Emergency Services Group (JESG) and there is involvement from The Welsh Government.
A number of politicians, public figures, newspapers and magazines, businesses and other organisations endorsed either the United Kingdom remaining in the EU or the United Kingdom leaving the EU during the United Kingdom European Union membership referendum, 2016.
Charles Eric Dolman (17 July 1903 – 6 June 1969) was a Welsh cricketer.
Fairwater is the name of an electoral ward in the west of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
Fairwater (Welsh: Tyllgoed) is a district and community in the west of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Fitzalan High School (Welsh: Ysgol Uwchradd Fitzalan) is a large, co-educational, community comprehensive secondary school in Cardiff for students aged eleven to nineteen.
Flat Holm (Ynys Echni) is a limestone island lying in the Bristol Channel approximately from Lavernock Point in the Vale of Glamorgan.
Foreign relations of the Republic of Somaliland are the responsibility of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Frank Hennessy (born 2 February 1947) is a Welsh folk singer and radio presenter.
Gabalfa is a district and community in the north of the city of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Gabalfa is a proposed railway station which would be constructed on the Merthyr Line as part of the South Wales Metro.
The Glamorgan Archives (previously the Glamorgan Record Office) is a county record office and repository based in Leckwith, Cardiff, Wales.
The Glamorganshire Canal local nature reserve is a nature reserve in Coryton, Cardiff, Wales.
Grangemoor Park is a public park located between the River Ely and Cardiff Bay Retail Park in the Grangetown area of Cardiff, Wales.
Grangetown is an electoral ward in the city of Cardiff, Wales.
Grangetown (Welsh: usually Grangetown, also Trelluest) is a district and community in the south of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Great Western Cities (Dinasoedd Mawr y Gorllewin) is an initiative launched jointly in February 2015 by the cities of Bristol, in England, and Cardiff and Newport, in Wales, to improve cooperation across the area as a city region, and to develop economic and environmental partnerships.
Gwenllian Lansdown-Davies (born 1979) is a Welsh Plaid Cymru politician, a former County Councillor for Riverside, and Chief Executive of Plaid Cymru between 2007 and 2011.
Heath (Y Mynydd Bychan) is a district, community and coterminous electoral ward in the north of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
The history of Cardiffa City and County Borough and the capital of Walesspans at least 6,000 years.
Cardiff City Football Club is a professional association football club based in Cardiff, Wales.
Howell’s School (Ysgol Howell Llandaf) is an independent school for girls in Llandaff, a district in northern Cardiff, Wales.
Ice Arena Wales (IAW) (Canolfan Iâ Cymru) is an ice hockey rink in the Cardiff International Sports Village in Cardiff, Wales.
Iff card is a contactless smart card introduced in Cardiff in 2010.
Innovate Trust is an independent charity registered in the UK.
Insole Court is a Grade II* Listed Victorian Gothic mansion in Llandaff, Cardiff, Wales, built for wealthy businessman James Harvey Insole and dating back to 1855.
Jacqueline-Anne Gasson was an elected councillor and member of South Glamorgan County Council and Cardiff Council, Wales between 1988 and 2012.
Jane Davidson (born 19 March 1957) was the Labour Assembly Member for Pontypridd and the minister for environment, sustainability and housing in the Welsh Assembly Government.
Jennifer Elizabeth Randerson, Baroness Randerson (born 26 May 1948) is a Welsh Liberal Democrat member of the House of Lords.
John Edward "Jack" Brooks, Baron Brooks of Tremorfa DL (12 April 1927 – 4 March 2016) was a Welsh politician and boxing functionary.
John Hogan Jenkins (1852 – 1936) was a Welsh trade unionist and politician.
John Denis "Jack" Leonard, Baron Leonard, OBE (19 October 1909 – 17 July 1983) was a British Labour Party politician.
Kevin Denis Brennan (born 16 October 1959) is a British Labour Party politician who was first elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Cardiff West in 2001, and was a Minister of State at both the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and the Department for Children, Schools and Families before the 2010 general election.
The Labour Party is a centre-left political party in the United Kingdom.
The Leckwith development is in the Leckwith area of southwest Cardiff, Wales.
Most leisure centres in Cardiff, capital of Wales, are owned by Cardiff Council.
Public libraries in Cardiff are owned and operated by Cardiff Council.
This is a list of castles in Wales, sometimes called the "castle capital of the world" in view of their high density.
This is a list of communities in Wales sorted by principal area.
This article is a list of electoral wards in Wales.
This is a list of mayors of Cardiff, Wales.
List of organisations with a British royal charter is an incomplete list of organisations based both on in and over the United Kingdom and throughout the world, in chronological order, that have received a royal charter from an English, Scottish, or British monarch.
This is a list of pals battalions (also called "service" or "locally raised" battalions) of the British Army during the First World War.
This is a list of public art in Cardiff, Wales, within the city and county boundary, including statues, sculptures, murals and other significant artworks located outside in public view.
Shopping arcades in Cardiff include indoor shopping centres and arcades in Cardiff city centre, Wales.
The planned high-speed railway in the UK known as High Speed 2 has encountered significant support and opposition from various groups and organisations.
This list of the tallest buildings in Cardiff, the capital of Wales, includes buildings ranging from the ornate civic centre to the historic Cardiff Castle, whose clock tower is the oldest building on this list.
This is a list of current British council leaders of local government authorities in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
There are around 1000 listed buildings in Cardiff, the capital city of Wales.
There are many listed buildings in Cardiff Bay, part of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
There are seven listed buildings in Grangetown, Cardiff, Wales and they are all listed Grade II.
Lisvane (Llys-faen) is an affluent community in the north of Cardiff, the capital of Wales, located north of the city centre.
Lisvane and St Mellons was an electoral ward in the northeast of the city of Cardiff, Wales.
Llandaff (Llandaf); from llan 'church' and Taf, is a district, community and coterminous electoral ward in the north of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Llandaff Fields is a large parkland spanning parts of central and northern Cardiff, Wales.
Llandegfedd Reservoir (also known as Llandegveth Reservoir) is a large 174 hectare water supply reservoir and is eight miles (13 km) north of Newport in south Wales.
Llanedeyrn (Llanedern.) is a district and community in the east of the city of Cardiff, Wales, located around 3.5 miles from the city centre.
Llanishen (Welsh Llanisien llan church + Isien Saint Isan) is a district and community in the north of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales.
Llanishen is the name of an electoral ward in the north of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
Llanishen Reservoir (Cronfa Ddŵr Llanisien) is a Victorian reservoir in North Cardiff in Wales.
Llanrumney (Welsh Llanrhymni) is a district, suburb, community and electoral ward in the east of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales.
Llanrumney Hall (Neuadd Llanrhymni) is Grade II* listed building in the Cardiff suburb of Llanrumney in Wales.
Llanrumney High School (Ysgol Uwchradd Llanrhymni) was an English medium co-educational, community secondary school located in the Llanrumney area of Cardiff, Wales.
Lloyd George Avenue, originally known as Bute Avenue, is an avenue in Cardiff, Wales.
Local education authorities (LEAs) are the local councils in England and Wales that are responsible for education within their jurisdiction.
Loudon Square is a proposed station in Cardiff on the Butetown branch line which would be opened by December 2023 and is included within the Wales & Borders franchise.
Loudoun Square is a residential square in Cardiff, Wales, described as "the heart of the old Tiger Bay".
The M4 is a motorway which runs between London and South Wales in the United Kingdom.
The Mansion House, located on Richmond Road, is the official residence of the Lord Mayor of Cardiff.
As the capital of Wales, media in Cardiff plays a large role in the city and nationwide.
Melingriffith Water Pump is a water-driven water pump that was built by Watkin George, of Cyfartha, around 1793 to return precious water from the Melingriffith Tin Plate Works to the Glamorganshire Canal.
This is a list of members of the House of Lords, the upper house of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
Meridian Gate is a hotel and residential skyscraper complex in Cardiff, Wales.
Michael Forever – The Tribute Concert was a music benefit concert which was held on 8 October 2011 at the 74,500 seater Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
Michael James "Mike" German, Baron German, OBE (born 8 May 1945) is a British politician, serving currently as a member of the House of Lords and formerly as a member of the National Assembly for Wales for the South Wales East region.
The Millennium Stadium (Stadiwm y Mileniwm), since 2016 named for sponsorship purposes as the Principality Stadium (Stadiwm Principality), is the national stadium of Wales, located in Cardiff.
Morganstown (Pentre-poeth or Treforgan) is a part of the community of Radyr and Morganstown in the north of Cardiff, just over northwest of Cardiff city centre and separated from Radyr to the south by the M4 motorway.
Mount Stuart Square is a residential and commercial square in Cardiff, Wales.
A municipal bus company is an operator of bus services owned by the local government authority.
The music of Cardiff has been dominated mainly by rock music since the early 1990s with later trends developing towards more extreme styles of the genre such as heavy metal and metalcore music.
The national symbols of Wales include a diversity of official and unofficial images and other symbols.
The New Theatre (Welsh: Theatr Newydd, although it usually uses its English name as a title) is one of the principal theatres in Cardiff, capital city of Wales, and celebrated its centenary in 2006.
Ninian Park was a football stadium in the Leckwith area of Cardiff, Wales that was used as the home of Cardiff City F.C. for 99 years.
Captain Sir Norman Lloyd-Edwards (born 13 June 1933) was the Lord Lieutenant of South Glamorgan from 1990 to 2008.
The Old Library (Yr Hen Lyfrgell) is a Grade II* listed building in Cardiff, Wales.
Old St Mellons (Pentre Llaneirwg) is a village and community (civil parish) on the eastern edge of Cardiff, Wales.
Pen y Fan is the highest peak in south Wales, situated in the Brecon Beacons National Park.
Pentrebane (Pentre-Baen) is a district in the west of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
Pentwyn is the name of an electoral ward in the northeast of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
Pentyrch (Pen-tyrch) is a village and community located on the western outskirts of Cardiff, the capital city of Wales.
Philip Dunleavy CBE (5 October 1915 - 13 January 1996) was a Labour Party councillor in Cardiff, Wales.
Plasdwr is the name given to a planned new suburb of approximately 7,000 homes in the north of Cardiff, Wales.
Plasnewydd (meaning New Manor or New Place in English) is an electoral ward (and formerly the name of a community) of Cardiff, Wales.
Pont y Werin (Welsh for The People's Bridge) is a pedestrian and cyclist bridge spanning the River Ely between Cardiff Bay and Penarth, Wales.
Pontcanna is a district and community in the city of Cardiff, Wales.
Pontprennau is a district and community in the east of the city of Cardiff, Wales, lying between the village of Old St Mellons and the A48 road to Newport.
Pontprennau & Old St Mellons is an electoral ward located in the north-east of Cardiff Wales, covering the communities of Old St Mellons and Pontprennau.
Pride Cymru (previously Cardiff Mardi Gras) is a Pride festival held annually in Cardiff, Wales.
Radyr (Radur) is an outer suburb of Cardiff, about northwest of Cardiff city centre.
Radyr is the name of an electoral ward (sometimes known as Radyr and Morganstown) in the northwest of the city of Cardiff, Wales.
Radyr and Morganstown is a community (civil parish) of Cardiff which covers the areas of Radyr and Morganstown in the northwest of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
Radyr Comprehensive School (Ysgol Gyfun Radur) is a coeducational comprehensive school and Sixth Form college in Radyr, Cardiff, Wales, that opened in 1972.
Rhiwbina (Rhiwbeina) is a suburb and community in the north of Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
Rhiwbina is the name of an electoral ward in the north of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
Rhys Morgan (born 1994) is a consumer watchdog, science activist, and health blogger from Wales who first received acclaim in 2010 when, at the age of 15, he played a key role in raising awareness of the health risks of Miracle Mineral Supplement.
The River Ely (Afon Elái) is in South Wales flowing generally southeast, from Tonyrefail to Cardiff.
The Riverside electoral ward of Cardiff covers the Riverside and Pontcanna areas of the city, electing three councillors to Cardiff Council.
Roath Park (Parc y Rhath) Cardiff, Wales, is one of Cardiff's most popular parks, owned by Cardiff County Council and managed by the Parks Section.
Robert James Rogers, Baron Lisvane, (born 5 February 1950) is a British life peer and retired public servant.
Rodney Simon Berman OBE is a Liberal Democrat politician, currently a councillor for the Penylan ward of Cardiff.
"Rose" is the opening episode of the first series of the revived British science fiction television programme Doctor Who.
The Royal Arcade is a shopping arcade in Cardiff, South Wales.
The Royal Hamadryad Hospital was a seamen's hospital and later a psychiatric hospital in the docklands area of Cardiff, Wales.
Russell Goodway is a Welsh Labour Party councillor for Ely, Cardiff; and the former Lord Mayor of Cardiff and former CEO of Cardiff Chamber of Commerce.
Samir "Sam" Hammam (Arabic: سمير همام) is a Lebanese businessman, well known for his high-profile involvement in British football clubs, and presently holding a life presidency at Cardiff City.
The Senedd (Senate or Parliament), also known as the National (or Welsh) Assembly building, houses the debating chamber and three committee rooms for the National Assembly for Wales in Cardiff.
Sophia Gardens is a large public park in Riverside, Cardiff, Wales, on the west bank of the River Taff.
Sophia Gardens Cardiff (Gerddi Soffia Caerdydd) is a cricket stadium in Cardiff, Wales.
The South African War Memorial, also known as the Boer War Memorial, is a war memorial in Cardiff, Wales.
South East Wales Transport Alliance (Sewta) was a consortium established by the 10 local authorities in South East Wales to promote and develop transport strategies and projects in the region.
South Glamorgan County Council (Cyngor Sir De Morgannwg) was the local government authority that administered the county of South Glamorgan, Wales from 1974 till 1996.
The South Wales Coast and Severn Estuary Coastal Path covers Region H of the larger Wales Coast Path, an long-distance walking route around the whole coast of Wales which opened on 5 May 2012.
Splott (Y Sblot) is a district and community in the south of the city of Cardiff, capital of Wales, just east of the city centre.
Splott is the name of an electoral ward in the south of Cardiff, capital city of Wales.
St David's Hall (Welsh: Neuadd Dewi Sant) is a performing arts and conference venue in the heart of Cardiff, Wales.
St John's College is an independent co-educational day school in the village of Old St Mellons in Cardiff, Wales.
Sir Stanley Thomas is a British businessman and property developer who founded the catering company Peter's Food Services.
Stefan Terlezki, (29 October 1927 – 21 February 2006) was a British Conservative politician who served as Member of Parliament (MP) for Cardiff West from 1983 to 1987.
The Cathedral School, Llandaff is a coeducational independent day school located in Llandaff, a district north of the Welsh capital Cardiff.
The Corporation, also known as The Corp, is a public house on a prominent corner of the suburb of Canton in Cardiff, Wales.
The Flourish is the proposed terminus of the Butetown branch line in Cardiff as part of the South Wales Metro which would serve the Flourish area in Cardiff and is to be opened by December 2023.
The Hennessys are one of Wales' foremost traditional folk music groups.
The Vulcan Hotel is an historic hotel and public house, that was located in Adamsdown suburb of Cardiff, South Wales.
"The Wedding of River Song" is the thirteenth and final episode in the sixth series of the British science fiction television series Doctor Who, and was first broadcast on BBC One on 1 October 2011.
Thompson's Park is a park in Cardiff, Wales, located in the Canton area.
The timeline of Cardiff history shows the significant events in the history of Cardiff which transformed it from a small Roman fort into the modern capital city of Wales.
Tongwynlais is a village and community in the north of Cardiff, Wales, north of the M4 motorway in the Taff Valley.
Tramshed is a music and arts venue in Cardiff, Wales, located in a Grade II-listed building that was once the old tram depot for west Cardiff.
Trowbridge is a district, community and coterminous electoral ward on the eastern edge of the city of Cardiff, capital of Wales.
The United Kingdom local elections of 2004 were held on 10 June, as part of the 2004 set of elections along with the European elections and the London mayoral and Assembly elections.
The 2008 United Kingdom local elections were held on 1 May 2008.
The 2012 United Kingdom local elections were held across England, Scotland and Wales on 3 May 2012.
The 2017 United Kingdom local elections were held on Thursday 4 May 2017.
University Hospital of Wales (Ysbyty Athrofaol Cymru) (UHW) is a major 1000-bed hospital in the Heath district of Cardiff, Wales.
The University of Wales Registry was the administrative headquarters of the University of Wales, located in Cathays Park, Cardiff, Wales.
The Vale of Glamorgan, often referred to as The Vale, (Bro Morgannwg) is a county borough in Wales, bordering Bridgend, Cardiff, and Rhondda Cynon Taf.
Vaughan Gething (born 1974) is an AM Welsh Labour Co-operative politician, who has represented the constituency of Cardiff South and Penarth since the National Assembly for Wales election of 2011.
Victoria Park is a public park in the Canton district of Cardiff in south Wales at Cowbridge Road East.
The Wales Empire Pool, known locally as the Empire Pool, was an international standard swimming pool building, located in Cardiff, Wales from 1958 until it was demolished in 1998.
The (WITS) (in Welsh, Gwasanaeth Cyfieithu a Dehongli Cymru, GCDC) is a not-for-profit quango providing 24-hour linguistic services to public authorities in Wales, including councils, police forces, health and social services, but not courts.
Walnut Tree Viaduct was a railway viaduct located above the southern edge of the village of Taffs Well, South Wales.
The Water Tower at Cardiff Central Station, Cardiff, Wales is a Grade II listed building, previously used to supply water to steam locomotives on the Great Western Railway.
The Welsh Dragon (Y Ddraig Goch, meaning the red dragon) appears on the national flag of Wales.
The 2004 Welsh local elections, were held on 10 June in 22 local authorities, as part of the wider 2004 UK local elections.
The 2008 Welsh local elections, were held on 1 May, in 22 local authorities.
The 2012 Welsh local elections, were held on 3 May, in 21 out of 22 local authorities.
Local elections were held in Wales on Thursday 4 May 2017 to elect members of all 22 local authorities, including the Isle of Anglesey, which was last up for election in 2013 due to having its elections delayed for a year.
The Welsh National War Memorial is situated in Alexandra Gardens, Cathays Park, Cardiff.
Wenallt Hill (often called simply The Wenallt) is a hill located in Cardiff, Wales.
Whitchurch & Tongwynlais (Yr Eglwys Newydd a Thongwynlais) is an electoral ward of Cardiff, Wales.
Womanby Street is one of the oldest streets in Cardiff, the capital of Wales.
From 1865 until his death in 1881 the Victorian architect William Burges undertook the reconstruction of Cardiff Castle for his patron, John Crichton-Stuart, 3rd Marquess of Bute.
Ysgol Gymraeg Pwll Coch is a large Welsh-medium primary school in the Leckwith area of western Cardiff, Wales.
The New Year Honours 1921 were appointments by King George V to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by members of the British Empire.
The 1931 New Year Honours were appointments by King George V to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of the United Kingdom and British Empire.
The King's Birthday Honours 1932 were appointments by King George V to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by members of the British Empire.
The New Year Honours 1961 were appointments by many of the Commonwealth realms of Queen Elizabeth II to various orders and honours to reward and highlight good works by citizens of those countries.
The 2026 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XXIII Commonwealth Games, will be held in 2026 for members of the Commonwealth.