Goodnews thanks for the update. she have a gd bust? Also what is it like getting there with nato in town? Any detours required if coming from city road way?
News is naturally restricted on what happens hour by hour. In the heart of the Bay you'd never believe that we have this many police personnel in the UK. The ship collection in Roath Basin is a good sight, especially the Norwegian Stealth ship.
Pomeroy Street, as is St P's and Richmond Road are outside of the security area but Pomeroy is still subject to regular foot patrols to secure the boundries but they are from Police Forces all over the UK so there is no need to avoid. Getting there;
You'll find a heavy Police vehicle presence on Dumballs Road near the Police Station. City Road, Albany Road should be fairly normal traffic, maybe slightly heavier from civvie traffic avoiding North Road and the city centre. There is no information of any protest marches in Cardiff but there will be some action when the Heads of State come to Cardiff for dinner. The reception in the Castle is the biggest disruption;
The installation of security fencing has already resulted in lane closures around Cardiff Castle and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, which are hosting events for delegates during the summit, prompting an outcry from taxi drivers about "absolute chaos".
A key route through the city centre will be closed completely from 20:30 BST on Wednesday in advance of a working dinner for Nato delegates at Cardiff Castle on Thursday evening.
The roads to be closed are:
North Road (from Column Road junction through to Kingsway)
Boulevard de Nantes
Cowbridge Road East (from Cathedral Road junction across Castle Street Bridge)
The roads are likely to reopen in the early hours of Friday morning, although the timing is yet to be confirmed. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-wales-south-east-wales-29016411