The Reserve of 32 sections of land in the lower Rhymney valley Penylan, Cardiff and is just a mile and a half from Cardiff City focus. It is an untamed life desert spring of forest, wildflower glade, lakes, and reedbeds.
Astoundingly the save was a household deny tip in the mid 1970's. In spite of the fact that an expansive extent of the site had been utilized as a landfill site, a significant part of the relict estuarine vegetation still exists and structures a noteworthy component inside the Reserve.
The Friends' Group shaped in 1989, by an excited gathering of nearby inhabitants, work with Cardiff County Council to additionally enhance the Reserve. Works proceed with today to create Howardian LNR for its natural life intrigue and open pleasure.