Grange Gardens news items in the Western Mail newspaper

This page lists contemporary news stories, Council committee reports and notices from the Western Mail from 1887 to 1900, which are significant in the history and development of Grange Gardens. The list is chronological, ordered by increasing year, month and day. The items were viewed via the 19th Century British Library Newspapers database available online via many library services.

The format of these entries is: the publication date in the form year, month and day, usually followed by the column or item headline followed by the page number. In some cases key words may be added in brackets to provide more detail about the content. There are brief summaries of the newspaper articles and the reader is encouraged to access the originals for more information.

1894-Oct-19 Roath Park, Cardiff p6 (shelters)

Report of a meeting of the Cardiff Parks Committee at which seven tenders were received for a watchman's shelter at Grange Gardens. Messrs. W. Best and Co.'s estimate of £80 5s was accepted.

1899-Jun-13 Correspondence p7 (band playing)

A letter stating that the Parks Committee had sanctioned the Wesleyan Brass Band to play from time to time in different parks and gardens of the town and on Wednesday next (the 14th) a programme of music would take place in Grange Gardens commencing 7.30 p.m.

1894-Oct-19 Local News Paragraphs p6 (bedding plants)

Brief news report that the annual distribution of the surplus bedding plants would take place at Roath Park, Grange Gardens, Howard Gardens and Adamsdown Square the following day (Tuesday).

(Unfortunately it was not possible to search the Western Mail between July 1st 1897 and August 31st 1898 inclusive.)

(Unfortunately it was not possible to search the Western Mail between July 1st 1897 and August 31st 1898 inclusive.)

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