There are amazing views from Craig Llysfaen, one of our favourite Cardiff walks.
A disused Splott public park is on track to become the city's most exciting, multi-functional community space.
Street signs don't just tell us where you're to, but reveal where we're at a city...
A visit to Lamby Way recycling plant, zero waste shops, and doing your bit for the environment in Cardiff...
Following on from the post about the secrets of Lesser Garth, here's some photos of what lies beyond its veil of hillside and trees...
There's holes in them thar hills. And there's very little left of Lesser Garth in Morganstown. An autumn afternoon's adventure that proves to be an education and involves a hole of biblical proportions
I Loves The 'Diff talks to ITV Cymru Wales producer Carwyn Jones about his television programme Dock of the Bay
Traces / Olion is a free and unusual immersive audio experience at St Fagans Castle.
At I Loves The 'Diff, we'll jump at any opportunity to explore new bits of our hometown, and armed with a hungry baby my better ‘alf Helena and I are discovering Cardiff nooks and crannies where we can change and she can feed a miniature human. Seeing as it's currently Cymru Breastfeeding Awareness Week, and … Continue reading Breastfeeding in Cardiff
We spent a day with the FOR Cardiff Street Ambassadors to find out more about the role of the people who have taken their passion for the city to the next level. Lost children, suspicious packages, tourists in need of a restaurant tip – whatever the issue occurrin’ in Cardiff city centre, there’s often a … Continue reading On the streets with Cardiff’s ‘Red Army’
RSPB Cymru's orange shipping container cafe at Cardiff Barrage has finally opened for business.