CYMDEITHAS LLANDAF                                                                                     

Welcome to Llandaff, a City within a City
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.

Events and Lectures

  • Upcoming

  • AGM

  • Recent Events
  • Friday 24th Sept
    ‘Ancient Parish Churches of the Lordship of Gower and Gentrified Residences by
    Jeff Childs

    Friday 23rd July
    Cosmeston Park by
    Sharon Mullins, Assistant Countryside Ranger
    Metropolitan University’ by Cara Aitcheson, Vice Chancellor, CMU

Llandaff History & Archives
The Story of Llandaff

Llandaff's history has been traced back to late Roman times. The era of the Celtic saints led to the association of the site with the Welsh bishops Teilo, Dyfrig and Euddogwy and the subsequent Norman cathedral became a major place of pilgrimage. After the Reformation, Llandaff declined in importance but was extensively rebuilt in Victorian times when the cathedral was restored after a German parachute mine badly damaged the Cathedral, resulting in a controversial restoration. It is now a populous suburb of Cardiff but retains its identity as a "city within a city" and a distinctive character.

Llandaff through time

Coming soon!

Over the years, Llandaff has been the site of many events, from Doctor Who to the Royal Jubilee

Archives and Documents

Coming soon!

Historic photos and articles about Llandaff, and back issues of the Society's newsletter.

Useful Links

Local Organisations

The Llandaff Society connects to a network of other groups, institutions and societies in and around Llandaff.

About & Contact Us
About the Society
The Llandaff Society was founded in 1977 to stimulate public interest and civic pride in Llandaff. We aim to: promote high standards of planning, architecture and design
— promote the provision of public and community facilities
— enhance the quality of life
— secure the conservation of features of architectural and historic interest
     See Documents for responses to planning applications submitted by the Society to Cardiff Council


For more information on the Llandaff Society, please email the Chairman: info@llandaffcity.co.uk

Annual subscriptions

Members: £7
Under 18 not in family: £2
Family (covers two adults and children under 18 living in one household): £12
Senior citizens (60+): £5
Corporate : £20

Lifetime subscription
£60 (individual), £90 (joint)