The historic City of Llandaff lies to the north of Cardiff city centre, beside the River Taff. Built on the site of a Roman Road linking Cardiff Castle to Llantrisant, it boasts the magnificent Llandaff Cathedral, a bustling High Street, a picturesque village green and a thriving community.
This site is run by the Llandaff Society to share our delightful ‘City within a City’ with you, and to give you an insight into the history of one of Cardiff’s treasured ‘villages’.
If you have any comments about this site, questions about Llandaff or photos and stories you’d like to share, please contact us, and we will be happy to help.
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Llandaff lad, Terry Nation, created the Daleks and wrote for many TV classics of the 1970s.
Llandaff 50+ meeting on Wednesday 25th April is a talk called Mountains and Thriller Novels - Martin Smith’s illustrated talk will explain how a journey to mountains in the five continents helped him to become a novelist and poet. At Llandaff Institute, coffee at 10am, talk starts at 10.30am. Entry just £2.
Friday 27th- Llandaff Society hosts a new talk ‘One House, Three Stories - The Cathedral School’ by Louise Mumford, School Archivist. Entry is £2 (members) £3 non-members. All welcome, refreshments provided.