Penarth Fiver Fest

Katherine PeachBusiness, Community, Events, Featured

Invest in your high street with Penarth Fiver Fest Penarth has signed up for this autumn’s Totally Locally Fiver Fest- a national celebration of independent shops and businesses that make our town and high streets unique. Close to fifty indie shops, cafes and businesses in Penarth will be taking part in the two-week campaign, which runs from 10th to 24th … Read More

Join Griffin Books for an Evening of Nicci French Perfection

Katherine PeachCommunity, Events, Featured

Staying in is officially the new going out and Penarth’s independent bookshop, Griffin Books, has the perfect literary line-up to get you through this second lockdown period. Their programme of online events will continue throughout autumn with something on offer for all tastes and interests. First to step into their virtual bookshop this month is the master of psychological suspense, … Read More

RNLI Fish Supper

Katherine PeachCommunity, Events, Featured, Food

The RNLI’s Fish Supper campaign will be going on from the 9th-25th October this year. This campaign is to remember all the warm family evening dinners that the RNLI’s brave crew have had to leave to rescue those in need. Please consider hosting your own Fish Supper, you can find all the resources you need here: https://rnli.org/fish-supper/download-materials It could be … Read More

Eat Out to Help Out this September

Katherine PeachCommunity, Featured, Food

September is here! We’re already jumping into the autumn months, and although the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme has officially ended, some of your favourite Penarth restaurants and cafés are still running the scheme off their own backs. Here at Penarth View, we have collected a list of these businesses: The Windsor Restaurant and Tea Rooms (1 Windsor … Read More

Post-lockdown Beach Clean Takes Place in Penarth

John DaviesCommunity

A beach clean, organised by two local residents Kath Fisher and Sue Reilly, took place over the weekend, one of the first ones since lockdown restrictions eased. They were both joined by more volunteers from the Penarth Helping Hands Facebook group: Ellie, Martha, Rebecca, Mandy, Sue, Rosa, Hilary and Eve. Kath is a well-known member of the RNLI Penarth Lifeboat … Read More

Penarth RNLI celebrates 40th Anniversary

John DaviesCommunity

Despite the current COVID-19 lockdown the crew and supporters of Penarth RNLI will mark a significant milestone this week.  Whilst Penarth’s affiliation with the RNLI first started in 1861, in 1905 the station was closed.  However following a highly successful public campaign an RNLI station was reestablished in 1980.  Since then the station has gone from strength to strength.   To mark the official … Read More

Penarth Lifeboat Station: a History

John DaviesCommunity, Featured

17 June 2020 sees Penarth Lifeboat Station celebrate 40 years. Here is a short history of the station. In 1980 the new lifeboat was housed in a local private garages, but soon a better ‘station’ was developed in the deckchair store (now underneath the new Coffi and Co café!) before moving to its current home, a purpose built station opened … Read More

Local older people’s charity partners with Sid to share top tips for keeping busy in lockdown

John DaviesCommunity

Older people’s charity, Age Connects Cardiff and the Vale continues its long-standing commitment to supporting vulnerable and isolated older people living in our communities amidst the Coronavirus outbreak. The charity provides support through its shopping and prescription delivery service as well as its telephone support service. And now the charity has partnered with 95-year-old Cardiff resident Sid who shares his … Read More