Gwyrddio Penarth Greening (GPG) will once again be hosting the popular Penarth Local Food Festival this summer. This year’s Festival will take place on Sunday July 20th from 11am to 4pm. Once again the location will be The Kymin House and Grounds on Beach Road, an ideal location with stunning views across the Bristol Channel. Continue reading “GPG Penarth Local Food Festival 2014”
The third annual GPG Penarth Local Food Festival was another resounding success. Building on the popularity of the first two years and blessed with glorious summer weather the event was a true community celebration of local food producers and suppliers.
From the 11am start and for the duration of the day the site was filled with crowds of Penarth locals and visitors keen to sample the wide array of treats on offer.
Full report to follow shortly, meanwhile some feedback from festival participants and a facebook album of pics from the day.Continue reading “GPG Food Festival feedback”
Gwyrddio Penarth Greening will once again be hosting the ever popular Penarth Local Food Festival this summer. This year’s Festival will take place on Sunday July 21st from 11am to 4pm. Once again the location will be The Kymin House and Grounds on Beach Road, an ideal location with stunning views across the Bristol Channel.
Continue reading “GPG Penarth Local Food Festival 2013”
Following the recent GPG public meeting on lower residential speed limits for Penarth a group of local residents are set to launch a 20’s Plenty for Penarth campaign. The February meeting was well attended by a wide range of Penarth residents and featured a presentation from Rod King, the founder of the national 20’s Plenty for Us campaign.Continue reading “20’s Plenty update”
A key aim for GPG is to help make Penarth a more environmentally friendly, healthier and safer place to live and work.
One step that would help in all these areas would be the introduction of a 20mph speed limit in the town centre and residential streets. There has been growing support for this idea nationwide over the last few years and the measure has already been implemented by over 30 local authorities in the U.K with at least another 12 committed to its implementation.Continue reading “20’s Plenty for Penarth”