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  • Appeal for witnesses after motorist flees three-car crash

    A PENARTH family are appealing for witnesses after they were involved in a three-car collision that caused thousands of pounds of damage. read more

  • Another superb line up for music at lunchtime

    THE next Lunchtime concert at All Saints Church on Victoria Square, Penarth will take place on Monday, November 3. Concerts will take place every Monday between 1pm and 2pm. read more

  • Tennis Wales roadshows have record attendance

    RECORD numbers of volunteers and coaches attended the Tennis Wales Roadshows, which have toured the country, including Penarth, throughout October. read more

  • Penarth Hockey’s first team returns to winning ways

    THERE was a reversal of fortune for the two Penarth Hockey Club sides in the latest round of matches in the Davis Wood Hockey League, with the 1st XI bouncing back to form. read more

  • Night at the Casablanca

    ON Saturday, November 1 the Wales Millennium Centre will present a celebration of the life of the iconic music venue, the Casablanca club, Tiger Bay. As a part of the Centre’s 10th anniversary celebrations it will show the rich musical heritage of the remarkable local community. read more


    PEMBERTON Paul William Peacefully on Oct 21st at Llandough Hospital, Paul, an active member of St Augustine's Church Penarth, loving brother of Pamela and family. Paul will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. Resting at The Vale Funeral Home, 181 Court Road, Barry until his service on Thursday 6th Nov at St Augustine's Church, Penarth at 1:00pm, followed by cremation at Cardiff & Glamorgan Crematorium. Family flowers only please. The family wish to thank Helen Davies (consultant) of West 6 at Llandough Hospital and all who cared for Paul during his illness. Funeral Arrangements entrusted to Lyndsay Ellis 01446 407962 read more


    SHEEHAN Christopher 26th October 2006 Words a few, thoughts are deep Memories of you we will always keep. Love always from all The Family xxxx read more


    BARNES (Roger) Peacefully at his home in Penarth, on 24th October, Roger aged 77 years. Greatly missed by all his loving family and friends. Resting at James Summers & Son, Penarth until the service in St Augustines Church, Penarth on Wednesday 12th November at 11-30am afterwards to the Cardiff & Glamorgan Crematorium, Barry. Family flowers only please, donations if wished to either, R.N.L.I (Penarth Branch), Marie Curie Cancer Care or Cancer Research (Cymru). read more


    DAVIES (Martin Keith) Suddenly on 25th September, Martin of Penarth. Dearly loved son of Brenda and the late Gwyn. Greatly missed by his loving family and friends. Resting at James Summers & Son, Penarth until the service at the Cardiff & Glamorgan Crematorium, Barry on Saturday 8th November at 12 noon (Where all please meet). Family flowers only please, donations if wished for Age UK may be forwarded to the funeral director. read more


    RUTH WARREN Nee Britton Happy Birthday Mum from Jack, Jamie & John. Happy 40th Birthday from Mum, Dad, Angela & Family, Alan & Family read more


    SPEAR Nora The family of the late Nora would like to thank family and friends for their kind support and also Canon Boardman and St Josephs Roman Catholic Church. Nora will be sadly missed , Thank you all read more

  • Missing players and injuries contribute to a Dinas loss

    Penrhiwceiber Rangers 3 V Dinas Powys 1 read more

  • Round up of Sully sporting teams

    WELSH FA Trophy third round read more

  • Scary night at the Oscares

    THE SAFE Foundation is hosting a Hallowe’en Party at The Wharf Pub, Cardiff on Friday, October 31 with doors opening at 7.30pm. read more

  • Joan and Jill win Annie’s Cup 2014

    THE Penarth Bridge Club celebrated the contribution that Annie Favager made to the club when they played Annie’s Cup Final on Friday, October 24. read more

  • Duo wants to give back with dance

    THERE will be a selection of activities and events run by the incredible Destino Dance Company which was founded by Junaid Jemal Sendi and Addisu Demissie. read more

  • Penarth runners tackle the Snowdonia Marathon

    IT MIGHT be the highest mountain in Wales, but that didn’t stop a hardy bunch of Penarth runners tackling the Snowdonia Marathon last weekend. read more

  • Hard work pays off for Dinas Wolves

    A VERY professional performance from the villagers this Saturday knowing the homeside are a strong outfit at this level, Dinas had to be on their game throughout. read more

  • Sully Sports team boosted by theatre company sponsorship

    SULLY Sports Blues Under 12's are delighted to be wearing their new kit sponsored by Omidaze Productions. read more

  • Sully lose out to a strong Blaenau Gwent

    SULLY Indoor bowls team welcomed Blaenau Gwent to Sully Stadium on Saturday in what was going to be one of the important games of this seasons league matches. read more

  • Penarth artist celebrates Cardiff’s curious landmarks at festival

    PENARTH artist Alex Rich is currently taking part in Cardiff Contemporary 2014, the city’s largest ever visual arts festival. read more

  • Free tots tennis at Penarth Windsor

    PENARTH Windsor Lawn Tennis Club, next to Evenlode School, is holding a free tennis taster session for children aged between three and four. read more

  • Sully Sports struggle against Tonyrefail

    THIS weekend saw Sully Sports welcome Tonyrefail in the SWALEC Bowl. read more

  • Penarth Sea Angling club results

    COLIN Boagey caught a bass and a dog fish weighing 5lb 13ozs at the beach. read more

  • Talented gymnasts on superb form at the Welsh Disability Championships

    PENARTH Gymnastics Club has done it again. Gymnasts from Penarth and Barry who attend the club proved to be the best in Wales at the annual Welsh Disability Championships, recently held in Swansea Gymnastics Centre. They vied with both Welsh gymnasts and in the open section, with the best of Great Britain. read more

  • Local events and activities

    AT Ffotogallery, Penarth, they will be running a Family Fright Night on Friday, October 31. read more

  • Tabernacle Baptist Church celebrates its 150th anniversary

    TABERNACLE Baptist Church is celebrating their 150th anniversary on November 1 and 2. read more

  • Latest exhibition features incredible work

    AT Ffotogallery, Penarth from October 24 until February 21 2015 they will be working with Artes Mundi for the first time to present the work of two artists. read more

  • Sea Cadets quiz town council

    PENARTH Sea Cadets have been given a rare insight into the inner workings of the town council read more

  • Penarth Beaver Scout Colony work to gain new badge

    THE first Penarth Beaver Scout Colony is working on one of the new badges namely, the Disability Awareness Activity Badge, and on October 20, at their weekly meeting, they met Sian and Arnie the guide dog from Guide Dogs Cymru. read more

  • Thank you for all of the support

    THE Macmillan Cancer Care Coffee Morning held at All Saints Church, Lesser Hall, Penarth on September 27, raised £713. All Raffle Prizes were claimed. Thank you to all the helpers and supporters for helping us reach this total. read more

  • Penarth Swimming Club is back with a splash

    PENARTH Swimming club is finally moving back to its usual home at Cogan Leisure Centre following a prolonged period of disruption as a result of the fire which left the club operating a scaled down schedule at Cardiff International Pool. read more

  • Local fisherman catches a giant cod

    DAVID Manley, who is not a part of any club yet, caught an impressive 9lb cod on the Penarth Beach at 8.30pm. read more

  • Shock at lack of help for Welsh NHS

    I AM shocked at the latest revelations that the Welsh NHS is facing meltdown and is in crisis. read more

  • There are two sides to every story

    ONE reads of criticisms and complaints about our hospital services but there is also another side to the coin. During the morning of October 16, the day of our Diamond Wedding Anniversary, I had the misfortune to suffer a stroke. read more

  • Lewis keeps Dinas alive against Cardiff

    Dinas Ladies 1 v 1 Cardiff Ladies read more

  • Beautiful setting for a ramble

    ROBIN and Pepper were joined by four walkers at Llangynidr and upon their arrival a huge rainbow arched high in the sky. Setting off in dry weather through the village to the lovely old stone six-arched bridge erected in 1700 as a link between the Usk valley and the growing industrial areas of the south Wales valleys, they scrambled along the rocky, slippery muddy pathway beside the fast flowing River Usk. Further on the pathway was completely under water, which meant a swift about turn in order to join the towpath of the Brecon and Monmouthshire canal for the journey along to the lock gates at Cwmcrawnon, where a picnic bench came in handy for an early coffee stop. read more

  • View from Westminster – Stephen Doughty MP

    UNUSUALLY this week I wanted to write about a devolved issue – one that affects all our lives – the NHS. read more

  • Don’t complain about the bus service

    ALTHOUGH I now live in Hampshire, I still receive the Penarth Time. Imagine my surprise when opening my copy dated October 9, the front page article on the five ladies complaining about the bus time table. read more

  • Old Penarthians no match for unbeaten Cambrian Welfare

    LAST Saturday, October 25, Old Penarthians took a rest from league action to play in the first round of the SWALEC sponsored WRU Bowl competition. The opponents, Cambrian Welfare, who travelled to Cwrt-y-vil from the Clydach Valley, were unbeaten in the league and cup action so far this season so any thoughts that the players may have had about a restful Saturday were quickly dispelled. And when the recent malaise of being unable to field sufficient front row forwards continued, it meant that the team who took the field were definitely not going to have an easy time. read more

  • Recent results from Sully Bridge Club

    SULLY Bridge Club results for the week ending October 25: read more

  • Recent results from Penarth darts league

    THE newly formed Lion B team won at home this week, they took on the Coro Oldies and came away with an 11-2 win. Lion B took both pairs with Russ x4 and Mitch 120, S Keepin 125 and Paul x20 took the second of the pairs wins. Dai hit 105 for the Oldies. Lion B took three singles wins through Paul 100 x10 and 100 x8, Mitch 100 100 x8 and x16, S keepin 125 x5 and x10. Derek was the Coro’s sole winner scoring x2 and x11. High scores came from Russ 125 and Dai 100 124 100. The team game also went to the Lion B when S Keepin hit x12 to take the three points. read more

  • Penarth listings

    THURSDAY read more

  • Penarth Pool League

    THE current table for the Penarth Pool League is: read more

  • Dinas Powys residents oppose Post Office move

    DINAS Powys residents have opposed plans to move the Murch Post Office to a nearby newsagent. read more

  • Cogan stay top of the league

    COGAN Coronation AFC was back in action last Saturday with an away trip to play Stanleytown FC in the South Wales Senior League Division Two. The tie saw the top place team make the trek to the Valleys to pit their wits against the side that sat bottom of the league. read more

  • Masquerade Ball raises record breaking amount for Teenage Cancer Trust

    A DINAS Powys woman has helped raise a record breaking amount for the Teenage Cancer Trust. read more

  • Council merger deadline looms - What does it mean for the Vale?

    WITH the deadline for responses looming at the end of November, the Vale council has just four weeks to decide on whether they can or will be proposing a voluntary merger with another council. read more

  • Home side knowledge proves vital for Penarth win

    PENARTH Bowling Club’s indoor season continued in a winning vein with victory over Cowbridge BC in last Wednesday’s Men’s match. There were some raised eyebrows at the start of proceedings when “Rambo” Butler lined up with the opposition, but the mystery was solved when it was explained that he had manfully answered a last minute call to help out the visitors who were one man short. read more

  • Protestors slam speeding motorists and demand pedestrian crossings

    PLASSEY Street residents have relaunched the ‘20 is Plenty for Penarth’ campaign and called for motorists to slow down on one of the main roads in the town. read more

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