COVID-19 Gold Command
The Ceredigion County Council COVID-19 Gold Command meets weekly with sub-groups meeting daily to discuss the developments of Coronavirus and how best to deal with the developing situation.
The Group continues to meet and work with partner agencies including Public Health Wales to respond to the pandemic.
Governance Structure: Governance Structure for decision making during COVID-19
Aberystwyth Farmers Market - OPEN
The first Market will be held on 07 August, following a break since March 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic. More here.
Pay and display Council car parks - OPEN
Ceredigion Leisure Centres and Swimming Pools - PARTIALLY OPEN
Lampeter and Aberaeron Leisure Centres are now open.
Ceredigion is aiming towards the re-opening of its facilities at Cardigan Leisure Centre, Lampeter Swimming Pool and Plascrug Leisure Centre in the Autumn. More here.
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All the latest information and support for Carers in Ceredigion can be found on the Support for Carers page.
Cered: Welsh language initiative - VIRTUALLY
Cered are currently offering online activities but no face to face activities. Take a look at their Facebook (Cered: Welsh language initiative) (Cered: Welsh language initiative)Twitter and (Cered: Welsh language initiative) Instagram page to keep up to date with their activities.
Ceredigion Archives - OPEN
Ceredigion Archives is now open on an appointment only basis. Take a look at their Facebook page Archifdy Ceredigion Archives to keep up to date with their activities.
Ceredigion Museum - OPEN FROM 12 AUGUST
Ceredigion Museum is to reopen its doors to the public on 12 August after being closed due to the pandemic.
Ceredigion Youth Service
Ceredigion Waste Services - PARTIALLY OPEN
For up to date information visit Ceredigion Waste Services.
Ceredigion libraries - OPEN ON A CLICK & COLLECT BASIS
All the latest information about Council Tax in Ceredigion can be found on the Council Tax pages.
Ceredigion Day Services are currently providing support in a range of community, virtual and wider planned sessions across a range of facilities in Ceredigion.
If you have any specific queries please contact CILC on 01545 570881.
Housing Service Adjustments: New temporary measures relating to housing have been introduced by the Governments of the UK and Wales. Read more here: Coronavirus: Housing Service Adjustments.
NERS activities - VIRTUALLY
Public Health Wales are undertaking a review of virtual delivery and will be developing with WLGA a phased plan for return to more a normal delivery.
More information can be found here: http://www.ceredigionactif.org.uk/gp.html
Registration Service - PARTIALLY OPEN
For information about what services we can offer at present and how to make an appointment visit Registration Service
Residential Care Homes - NOMINATED INDIVIDUAL CAN VISIT
14 May Latest - Following Welsh Government’s announcement of moving to Alert Level 2 on Monday, 17 May, families of Council-run Care Homes are reassured that further enhanced visiting opportunities are currently being reviewed and progressed.
The Care Homes will be contacting the designated visitor of those residents who are currently cared for in bed to arrange indoor risk assessed safe visits from Monday 17 May onwards.
Visitors and residents will be offered options regarding their preferred location for the visit. This includes safe visiting options (for example a Pod) or outdoors (weather permitting). The length of time for visits will be extended.
As part of this important piece of work, questionnaires will be sent to families. This will ensure that residents have their voice and wishes centrally captured and used to support with planning and implementing any changes.
For more information, visit our news section.
Theatr Felinfach - CLOSED
The Theatr is temporarily closed until further notice. Take a look at their Facebook (Theatr Felinfach), Twitter (Theatr Felinfach) and Instagram (Theatr Felinfach) page to keep up to date with their activities.
Tourist Information Centres - CLOSED
Ceredigion County Council is endeavouring to make payments as normal during these challenging times. Whenever possible priority will be given to the small businesses, organisations and individuals that rely on regular payments from the Council for example, those in the care and transport sectors. Payments-related enquiries should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.