Rumney is a district in the east of Cardiff, South Wales. Rhymney River in the Rhymney Valley runs alongside the district and flows through Cardiff and eventually into the Severn Estuary.
Rumney Pottery is located on the clay rich banks of the Rhymney River in Cardiff, South Wales. Family run for more than seven generations the pottery specialises in making unique commemorative wares of high quality and individuality.
The remains of the Rumney Castle are of great archeological interest. While conclusive evidence is lacking, it is possible that Rumney Castle was built as early as 1081 on territory that had been ceded to the Normans.
Rumney Castle, a small ringwork historically part of the marcher lordship of Gwynllwg, was situated above a steep natural scarp overlooking the river Rhymney. The castle guarded both the river crossing and the western boundary of the lordship.