The Covid-19 pandemic has seen an increase in cyclists across Cardiff. In an effort to maintain the amount of new riders on the capital’s roads, the council has invested in new Cycle Superhighways. The new routes will allow for continuous cycle paths throughout the city, allowing an environmentally friendly connection between Cardiff’s communities and its’ major destinations.
Members of Cardiff libraries can book a slot to browse bookshelves for the first time since their closures at the start of the Coronavirus pandemic. The reopening of Cardiff Council’s recovery of community services since their closures over a year ago.
“I don’t really like to talk too much about some manifestations that are working because it’s kind of a rule to manifestation not to talk about it whilst you are manifesting something. Generally, when I write thanks to the universe for the wealth I have, money always seems to appear… for example, someone would buy something off my depop. It sounds mad but it actually happens!”
Words and images by Meg Ellis Severn Wildlife Rescue are a team of volunteers who dedicate their time to preserving our wildlife. They have branches in Bristol, Avon and Cardiff and work […]
Words by Emily Price. Images by Kira Butters using the virtual photography app https://theshutter.app From vaccinations in an eerie pub to admin in the bath, people are working from the most extraordinary places. It’s […]
Words and images by Caitlin Bolt Spotting this pink unicorn is becoming a right of passage around Cardiff. The inflatable creature named Myfanwy has a Facebook page bringing the city of Cardiff […]
Behind Closed Doors: Why the pandemic hasn’t changed life much for those with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) is a long-term illness that is often triggered by infections, problems with the immune system or mental health problems such as stress and trauma. It tends to be more common in women, with 70% of sufferers in Wales being female. But it is a misunderstood condition, and not easily diagnosable. It’s not until after numerous blood tests and having other conditions ruled out by a doctor that it may be finally diagnosed, as there are no specific tests that can be done to identify it.
The demand for allotments in Wales have increased since the first lockdown. Allotments have been around for hundreds of years, yet it’s the system created in the nineteenth century that we recognise […]
By Olivia Grist ‘You have cancer’ is a phrase no one wants to hear, but for David Martin, his diagnosis has pushed him to make the most of his life and now […]
By Emily Price A survey from the RSPB has found that birdwatching has soared in popularity during the COVID 19 pandemic. More than two thirds of people polled said they have used birdwatching and simply listening to birdsong as a way […]