Do you have any photographs of this location we can use on the site? Please email them along with a description to [email protected] They will remain your copyright and you will be credited as the photographer.
Adamsdown is an area in the city of Cardiff, Wales. It was supposedly named after Adam Kygnot, a porter at Cardiff Castle. Most of the streets in this area are named after metals, precious stones and planets. Cardiff Magistrates' Court, a Reform Synagogue and several temples can be found in this district.
Adamsdown is one of the older suburbs of Cardiff. It is about 5 minutes walk into the commercial city centre. It is largely a residential area. There is a strong community spirit with young working professionals and family groups. There is a good supply of schooling in the area as well as after school activities for all age groups. For the young at heart there are leisure facilities such as the Rubicon Dance centre, Star Leisure Centre and Esporta. Adamsdown is undergoing regeneration.
The Welsh Icons web project was created in, and is still run from Adamsdown.
Pubs/Bars in Adamsdown: The Bertram 110 Broadway Adamsdown CF24 1NJ 029 2047 0877
The Canadian 143, Pearl Street Adamsdown CF24 1PN 029 2045 3141
The Clifton Clifton Street Adamsdown CF24 1PW 029 2030 7074
All copyrights acknowledged with thanks to Wikipedia. Another site by 3Cat Design 2006-2008 Whilst we try to give accurate information, we accept no liability for loss or incorrect information listed on this site or from material embedded on this site from external sources such as YouTube. If you do spot a mistake, please let us know. Email:[email protected]