Speedway Grand Prix comes of age at Principality Stadium

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED throughout Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Fast and furious family fun,

The Adrian Flux

British FIM Speedway Grand Prix is set to return to the Principality Stadium in Cardiff on Saturday 21st July celebrating its 18th year the Welsh capital! The biggest event on the Speedway calendar, the GP was fi rst held at the former Millennium Stadium in 2001 in front of over 30,000 fans. Now

the longest-standing third party event in the stadium’s calendar, crowds regularly top 40,000 with visitors drawn to the capital to watch 16 riders - 15 permanent and 1 wild card – compete over 23 heats;

four riders over

four laps on 500cc bikes with no brakes! Multiple World Champions will be going up against each other

this year, including Great Britain’s double series winner, Tai Woffi nden. The fun starts in the activity-packed fanzone which will open on City Hall lawn at 11am – engines start at 5pm and the event will end with a spectacular fi rework display in the stadium itself. For further information, visit www.speedwaygp. com

Virgin Money Wows Cardiff with the launch of its latest lounge

Can you help put a smile on the faces of our patients? Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (UHB) Volunteer Services is currently looking for volunteers to support at University Hospital of Wales, University Hospital Llandough, St. David’s Hospital and Barry Hospital. T e Health Board welcomes volunteering applications from all walks of life, whether you can spare a few hours once a week, fortnight or can give a couple of days each month, there are opportunities to suit your availability. T e Health Board is developing a volunteer programme of activities to support patients on many of our wards and is looking for individuals who would like to share their skills, talents or hobbies to support this programme. T e Health

Board are particularly interested in recruiting volunteers who

may be skilled in creative art, poetry, singing and music. T e main purpose of

these roles is

to assist in running a programme of structured activities; enabling patients and service users involved in using their imagination and creativity. Activity sessions will be held during the aſt ernoons, daily for approximately 2-3 hours a day between 1pm and 4.30pm. Hospital wards can be very busy places, so it is important that volunteers are able to take a proactive approach to the role, whilst being guided by the Nurse in Charge on the ward and wishes of the individual patient

if they want to

participate. If you are interested in becoming an activity volunteer please contact Michelle Fowler Voluntary Services Manager on 029 21847867 or email Volunteer.

Established Since 1988

Virgin Money, voted one of the most trusted banks in the UK, has brought its award winning Lounge concept to Cardiff . The new state-of-the-art Lounge, situated in the Old Library Building at 18/19 Trinity Square, opened its doors for the fi rst time on Monday 4th June. Virgin Money Lounges are a unique concept in UK banking - interesting, stimulating and, above all, comfortable places where customers and local communities

can come together.

Unlike other banks, Virgin Money Lounges promise to wow, not woo customers. The new Cardiff Lounge takes the

customer experience to a new level, off ering an outdoor terrace, community room and children’s play area. There is also a quieter fl oor featuring a library, in recognition of the building’s former use, and a bar area with complementary soft drinks and refreshments. Following in the tradition of its seven contemporaries the Virgin Money Cardiff Lounge also features a Baby Grand Piano. James Enos, Virgin Money Cardiff Lounge Manager said: “The Old Library Building is full of character and I’m sure that our new Lounge will prove very popular with customers and the local community.”



12 - 2.30 Served 12-2.30

Open Tuesday - Sunday - 12noon - 2.30pm and 6pm - 11pm


EVENING MEALS Served 6 - 11

Fully Licensed

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