The Turner House Launches Call Out for Artists

Katherine PeachCommunity, Creative, Culture, Featured, Uncategorized

The Turner House gallery have announced their first major open-entry art exhibition showcasing the creative talent from those living in Penarth and surrounding areas. Artists of all ages and abilities can submit their creations to be exhibited in the gallery from the 30th September to the 31st October 2021. It is completely free to enter, and Locals are invited to … Read More

Town Mayor & Deputy pay tribute to NHS, Social Care & Frontline Workers

Pippa-Marie SheppardUncategorized

On NHS, Social Care & Frontline Workers’ Day, Penarth’s Town Mayor, Councillor Ian Buckley, along with Deputy Town Mayor, Councillor Laura Rochefort, paid tribute to all those who have worked so tirelessly through the Coronavirus crisis, and who continue to support some of the most vulnerable people in society. Ian attended a commemorative event at Penarth Masonic Hall on Monday … Read More

The Turner House Finally Re-opens After Covid Restrictions Delay

Pippa-Marie SheppardCulture, History, Uncategorized

The Turner House Gallery has reopened its doors today, showcasing the well known illustrations by Quentin Blake.  After 2 years of discussions with Amgueddfa Cymru- National Museum Wales on how to transform the gallery, it has now been decided by Penarth Town Council that the historical building will be turned into a new multi-purpose cultural venue.  The original re-opening date … Read More

Wales First Padel Court Officially Open

Pippa-Marie SheppardUncategorized

Windsor Penarth officially opened the first Padel Court in Wales on the 14th March. Played by over 12 million people worldwide, the racket sports increasing popularity brings hope that many places in Wales will soon follow suit.  What is Padel? With combined elements from tennis, badminton and squash, Padel is played in a 10m x 20m court surrounded by glass … Read More

Take part in the Penarth Window Wanderland

Katherine PeachChristmas, Community, Featured, Uncategorized

This December, Penarth Town Council are organising Wales’ first Window Wanderland as a Covid-safe way to spread the Christmas cheer through the town. Put on your winter coats and wander around your local area after dark to see the wonderful windows that your neighbours have created! Everyone is invited to make a display which can be bag or small, from … Read More

Businesses Working Together: true community spirit comes to the fore

John DaviesBusiness, Business Articles, Featured, Uncategorized

In light of many non-essential shops needing to close at the start of the pandemic, Sian Fox at Foxy’s Deli has started a possibly unique venture: Businesses Working Together. Foxy’s Deli has been able to stay open throughout the COVID-19 pandemic by selling their plastic-free groceries as usual, including pasta, flour and spices. Alongside this, they have also been selling … Read More

Ask for help during Coronavirus outbreak

John DaviesUncategorized

Penarth has seen a group of willing volunteers come together, over 1,500 in fact, on Facebook to offer a helping hand during the Coronavirus crisis. Open to help with picking up groceries, collecting prescriptions, walking the dog, or just being available to chat, these volunteers are proof that community spirit is alive and well in this town, and indeed across … Read More

How to choose the best building for your garden

Katherine PeachHomes, Uncategorized

There are a variety of benefits from spending time in your garden. Whether it’s mowing the lawn, planting a vegetable patch or sitting down to enjoy the weather- being in your garden is wonderful for your physical and mental health. But to maintain your garden and enjoy the magic of its beauty all year round, installing a garden building could … Read More