Latest information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)
A warm welcome back as the tourism industry begins to re-open
Self-contained visitor accommodation will begin to re-open in Wales from 11 July.
First safe zones in place in Ceredigion
The first Ceredigion safe zones for pedestrians are being put in place in Aberaeron, Aberystwyth, Cardigan and New Quay.
Ceredigion schools to fully reopen in September
Schools in Ceredigion will close at the end of this summer term on 17 July 2020, and will look forward to welcoming all pupils back on a full-time basis in September.
Further changes come into force to ease the lockdown in Wales
The 5 mile travel limit no longer in place and two households can form one ‘extended household’.
Safe zones in Ceredigion town centres
Plans are being put into place to create safe zones for pedestrians in Ceredigion town centres.
Plans in place to reopen Ceredigion carefully, slowly and safely
Ceredigion County Council is implementing its Adjustment and Long Term Resilience Plan and prior to restarting any service, risk assessments are undertaken, in line with Welsh Government guidelines.
Preparing for the tourism industry to gradually reopen
Details on the preparations to start reopening shops and the tourism industry gradually.
Working together for Ceredigion residents
As we move into the Adjustment Phase of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, we reflect on the work that has been done so far to attempt to control the virus in Ceredigion.
Schools reopen for three weeks
Ceredigion schools will reopen on 29 June for a period of three weeks, closing on 17 July.
Further steps announced to unlock safely
Further steps have been announced by First Minister Mark Drakeford to come out of lockdown safely.
Trading safely when doors reopen
Shops in Ceredigion can reopen from Monday, 22 June 2020 with advice and guidance available by the Council.
Household Waste Site Reopening
All of Ceredigion’s Household Waste Sites have now reopened. Access to all the sites is limited for essential use only to for cars with even-numbered plates on all the even days of the month and cars with odd-numbered plates on all the odd days of the month.
Grants and assistance for individuals facing hardship
A list of grants and support available for those individuals facing hardship during the coronavirus pandemic.
Click and collect service available in Ceredigion's libraries
A Click and Collect service will be available in Aberystwyth, Aberaeron, Cardigan and Lampeter libraries.
Frequently asked questions on returning to school
Here are a few frequently asked questions and responses for parents/carers which will help them decide whether to send their child to School from 29 June onward.
Preparations underway to reopen schools in Ceredigion
Schools in Ceredigion will start to make arrangements to reopen before the end of the summer term to ‘Check in and Catch Up’.
No change to Ceredigion services and facilities
There will be no relaxing or changing of position in relation to services and facilities at this time.