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Following continuing government announcements with regards Covid-19, Cardiff Council continues to suspended all non-essential meetings and gatherings for the time being.
We will post here to let you know as soon as we can resume normal Workdays. In the meantime, take care of yourselves and your families and we will see you all soon.
Following the enforced break in works during Covid-19 restrictions we are really pleased the work has now recommenced. The contractors expect to be on site until mid July and we are looking forward to a lovely new facility.
Following the government announcements with regards Covid-19, Cardiff Council has suspended all non-essential meetings and gatherings for the time being. This is not a decision taken lightly but is intended to safeguard staff and volunteers as across the Council.
We obviously have no idea how long these measures will last and will let you know as soon as we can resume normal Workdays. In the meantime, take care of yourselves and your families and we will see you all soon.
Works are expected to last from February to June 2020 and include complete renewal of all drainage and electrics, as well as re-structuring and redecorating the building.
As part of the HLF work, the car park in Parc Cefn Onn will be closed for up to 5 days from Monday 24th February. This is due to grounds works that are taking place and run across the car park towards the railway line. If the work is completed sooner than planned the car park will of course reopen earlier. The car park will be fully reopened from Saturday 29th.
At no point will the park be closed to pedestrians.
Whilst the work is being carried out the Friend’s bench shall be removed for safe keeping as will the noticeboard next to it. They shall be reinstalled at the end of the project.
We have received notification that the contractor will be commencing work on the office/toilet building refurbishment at Parc Cefn Onn on Monday 17th February. The work will take approximately 4 months to complete and during this time the toilets and car parking area to the left of the entrance road will be closed to the public. There will be no toilets available for public use at the park during this period.
The Friends are pleased to announce that, with the help of Julie Morgan (Assembly Member) and her office, Transport for Wales have agreed to our suggestion of Cefn Onn signage at Lisvane & Thornhill station. Six signs have been installed to encourage use of public transport by visitors to the Park. All involved were present for the unveiling this morning!
Many thanks TfW and Julie.
Twice!! Council property. Criminal damage. They are not cheap and Heritage Lottery money grant funded.