Ysgol Dyffryn Cledlyn to close temporarily due to confirmed COVID-19 cases

Ysgol Dyffryn Cledlyn to close temporarily due to confirmed COVID-19 cases

07/12/2021

Ysgol Dyffryn Cledlyn will be closed temporarily, from 07 December, due to a number of confirmed COVID-19 cases amongst pupils and staff.


A day to Promote Welsh Language Rights

A day to Promote Welsh Language Rights

07/12/2021

Today, Ceredigion County Council is supporting Welsh Language Rights Day.


Residential accommodation scheme approved to enable local children and young people to receive care in their own county

Residential accommodation scheme approved to enable local children and young people to receive care in their own county

07/12/2021

A new residential provision will be developed by Ceredigion County Council to allow children and young people who require care and support to remain in their own county.


Storm Barra: Ceredigion Flood warnings

Storm Barra: Ceredigion Flood warnings

07/12/2021

Flood warnings in place for parts of Ceredigion Coast.


Parents warned of pitfalls of buying e-scooters this Christmas

Parents warned of pitfalls of buying e-scooters this Christmas

06/12/2021

Thinking of buying an e-scooter as a gift this Christmas? You may want to rethink that idea.


Guided audio tour recounts untold stories from Aberystwyth’s colourful past

Guided audio tour recounts untold stories from Aberystwyth’s colourful past

03/12/2021

People who are curious to hear previously undocumented tales from Aberystwyth’s past can now visit Ceredigion Museum’s website to access the free ‘It Happened in Aber’ guided history walk.


Caru Aber Super Sacks help save the day

Caru Aber Super Sacks help save the day

02/12/2021

You can now get your hands on some Caru Aber Super Sacks to help save the day on waste collection days in in Aberystwyth. The sacks are for storing and presenting your waste and are now available for £10.50 each from the Ceredigion Museum and Tourist Information Centre (TIC) shop.


Reduce your waste footprint this festive season

Reduce your waste footprint this festive season

01/12/2021

We all tend to create more household waste at this time of year. But, could we all be ‘doing our bit’ a little bit more to reduce the amount we produce?


Join the fun this year with a Virtual Welsh Advent Calendar

Join the fun this year with a Virtual Welsh Advent Calendar

30/11/2021

The Language Charter Leaders in Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire have come together to create a Welsh virtual Advent Calendar for children in Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire.


Individuals and families throughout Ceredigion need your support

Individuals and families throughout Ceredigion need your support

29/11/2021

There are currently just over 40 individuals in Ceredigion looking for support that will give them the choice to live life more independently.



Weather warning for high winds as Storm Arwen hits Ceredigion

Weather warning for high winds as Storm Arwen hits Ceredigion

26/11/2021

High winds are expected over the weekend as Storm Arwen hits parts of Wales, including Ceredigion.


Staying safe whilst celebrating Christmas this year

Staying safe whilst celebrating Christmas this year

25/11/2021

As we head into the festive period, the Council is asking residents to be mindful whilst celebrating Christmas this year.


Council finances approved by Audit Wales

Council finances approved by Audit Wales

25/11/2021

The Statement of Accounts for Ceredigion County Council has been approved following a report by Audit Wales.


Support for unpaid Carers in Ceredigion

Support for unpaid Carers in Ceredigion

18/11/2021

Whether you are a new carer or have been caring for someone for a while, it’s important that you understand your rights and what support is out there to support you, wherever you are in your caring journey. Whether you are in the workplace, a healthcare setting, when interacting with professionals or at home.


Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel endorse Commissioner’s plan

Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel endorse Commissioner’s plan

18/11/2021

The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel has endorsed an action plan set out by the area’s Police and Crime Commissioner.


Cozy Ceredigion – providing first time central heating systems and mains gas connections

Cozy Ceredigion – providing first time central heating systems and mains gas connections

17/11/2021

An opportunity has arisen to extend the Council’s Cozy Ceredigion first time central heating scheme for rural areas to include mains gas connections, together with full central heating systems, for eligible households living in Ceredigion.


Celebrating World Children’s Day

Celebrating World Children’s Day

17/11/2021

Ceredigion will be supporting and celebrating the World Children’s Day which will be held this weekend.


Let’s get digital – Ceredigital

Let’s get digital – Ceredigital

16/11/2021

A new section, ‘Ceredigital’ dedicated to digital services, is now available on Ceredigion County Council’s website.


Free parking in Ceredigion for three Saturdays before Christmas

Free parking in Ceredigion for three Saturdays before Christmas

16/11/2021

Parking will be free in all Ceredigion County Council operated Pay and Display car parks on the three Saturdays before Christmas this year.


Business Experts Needed

Business Experts Needed

15/11/2021

Business leaders and economic experts are needed to advise the Growing Mid Wales Board about potential projects under the region’s Growth Deal.


Council supports National Safeguarding Week 2021

Council supports National Safeguarding Week 2021

15/11/2021

National Safeguarding Week will take place between 15 and 19 November.


Helping you to make a difference in your community

Helping you to make a difference in your community

11/11/2021

The Cynnal y Cardi Local Action Group is launching a new Grant Fund, as part of the Cynnal y Cardi LEADER scheme, which will support small scale LEADER activity in Ceredigion.


Confirmed cases of Avian Influenza in Ceredigion

Confirmed cases of Avian Influenza in Ceredigion

11/11/2021

The Animal and Plant Health Agency have confirmed the detection of Avian Influenza in two deceased birds within the boundary of RSPB Ynys-hir, Eglyws-fach, Machynlleth, Ceredigion SY20 8TA. The affected birds are known to be wild birds. No cases in captive birds within the locality have currently been identified.


We’re Back and We’re On!

We’re Back and We’re On!

11/11/2021

The task of creating the annual Panto jigsaw began around June this year. As we were still in the clutches of Covid, it was impossible to know what would be allowed by the end of October when rehearsals would begin, but we’re delighted to announce that Cwmni Actorion Theatr Felinfach's iconic Panto will return to the stage this year.


Let us remember and pay tribute safely and responsibly this year

Let us remember and pay tribute safely and responsibly this year

10/11/2021

To mark this year’s Armistice Day and Remembrance Sunday, we have been flying the flags at full-mast and will be lighting the Council’s buildings in red every night until Sunday as a mark of Remembrance.


Information on the All Wales Avian Influenza Prevention Zone

Information on the All Wales Avian Influenza Prevention Zone

09/11/2021

On the 01 November 2021, the Chief Veterinary Officer for Wales confirmed a case of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza (HPAI) in a small backyard flock of chickens in Wrexham. This was following a case at a wild bird rescue centre in Worcestershire on the 27 October 2021.


Creuddyn opens its doors for local businesses

Creuddyn opens its doors for local businesses

04/11/2021

A new business centre in Lampeter has been officially opened for community and business use this week.


Police and Crime Panel to challenge Commissioner’s policing priorities

Police and Crime Panel to challenge Commissioner’s policing priorities

03/11/2021

Members of the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel are to question Dafydd Llewelyn, the Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys, about his priorities for policing over the next three years.


Further success for Ceredigion as funding bid to support local communities, people and businesses awarded

Further success for Ceredigion as funding bid to support local communities, people and businesses awarded

03/11/2021

Today, the UK Government has announced the list of successful applicants for the Community Renewal Fund. After applying for the fund in June 2021, Ceredigion County Council and its local partners have been successful in securing funding totalling £2,830,546 for community projects.


Reduction in annual carbon emissions

Reduction in annual carbon emissions

02/11/2021

Ceredigion County Council continues to strive to reduce carbon emissions and achieve net carbon zero by 2030.


Location of new Aeron Valley area school confirmed

Location of new Aeron Valley area school confirmed

02/11/2021

In 2019, Ceredigion County Council’s Cabinet responded to the extensive public consultation on the location of a new area school in the Aeron Valley.


Have your say on the relocation of two Tregaron memorials

Have your say on the relocation of two Tregaron memorials

01/11/2021

A consultation has opened asking for your views on where to relocate two stone memorials from Tregaron’s Old Secondary School.


New initiative to support Ceredigion’s rural towns

New initiative to support Ceredigion’s rural towns

29/10/2021

A new initiative has been launched to coordinate regeneration activity which will assist with the economic recovery of Ceredigion’s rural towns and outlying community.


Coronavirus levels dangerously high in Ceredigion

Coronavirus levels dangerously high in Ceredigion

28/10/2021

A significant increase of COVID-19 cases are being seen across Ceredigion.


Investment announced for Aberystwyth sea front regeneration scheme

Investment announced for Aberystwyth sea front regeneration scheme

27/10/2021

A package of investment has been secured to revitalise Aberystwyth’s sea front area and boost Ceredigion’s local economy during the budget announcement today.


Keeping safe whilst celebrating Halloween and Bonfire Night

Keeping safe whilst celebrating Halloween and Bonfire Night

27/10/2021

Ceredigion County Council is reminding residents to keep themselves and their families safe as they celebrate Halloween and Bonfire Night this year.


Changes to some coronavirus measures at Ceredigion Household Waste Sites

Changes to some coronavirus measures at Ceredigion Household Waste Sites

25/10/2021

The Coronavirus control measures in place at Ceredigion’s Household Waste Sites have been under continual review since the sites reopened in summer 2020.


Residents urged to stick to the basics to protect Ceredigion

Residents urged to stick to the basics to protect Ceredigion

22/10/2021

Coronavirus rates in Ceredigion are currently very high and are increasing daily.


Action Plan approved for Ceredigion’s Through Age and Wellbeing Strategy

Action Plan approved for Ceredigion’s Through Age and Wellbeing Strategy

21/10/2021

During a Council meeting held virtually on Thursday, 21 October 2021, Ceredigion Councillors approved the Through Age and Wellbeing Strategy for 2021-2027and action plan for Ceredigion.


Mitigation options to be considered for river Teifi Special Area of Conservation phosphate levels

Mitigation options to be considered for river Teifi Special Area of Conservation phosphate levels

21/10/2021

The introduction of a replacement Local Development Plan (LDP) will be delayed for the time being to allow further work on the phosphate levels in river Teifi.



Members needed for Local Access Forum

Members needed for Local Access Forum

21/10/2021

New members are needed to join a forum that will advise on public access across Ceredigion.


Views sought on review of Gambling policy

Views sought on review of Gambling policy

19/10/2021

Ceredigion County Council is currently reviewing its Gambling Policy.


Ceredigion shortlisted for Youth Excellence Awards 2021

Ceredigion shortlisted for Youth Excellence Awards 2021

14/10/2021

The Youth Work Excellence Awards is an opportunity to recognise and celebrate outstanding youth work projects, youth workers and those involved in youth work across Wales including volunteers, managers and community partners.


Getting control over Covid this autumn/winter

Getting control over Covid this autumn/winter

13/10/2021

The last 18 months have been difficult and challenging for us all, especially for all those who have lost a loved one and for those who are suffering from long-Covid. Autumn and winter will continue to be challenging for us all as we enter the flu season. We need to work together to keep ourselves safe and well and to support our health and care services.


Open your home to Foster Wales

Open your home to Foster Wales

13/10/2021

On Monday, 4 October, a series of front doors outside the Senedd at Cardiff Bay, installed by Foster Wales, highlighted the diversity of Local Authority foster carers who have opened their homes to foster children in Wales.


Council leaders meet with UK and Welsh Governments to reach next stage for the Growing Mid Wales Growth Deal

Council leaders meet with UK and Welsh Governments to reach next stage for the Growing Mid Wales Growth Deal

13/10/2021

Leaders of Powys and Ceredigion County Councils in their roles as joint chairs of the Growing Mid Wales Joint Committee met with David TC Davies MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the UK Government in Wales, and Vaughan Gething MS, Minister for Economy to discuss the Growth Deal for Mid Wales and deliver the next important step.


New Member of Youth Parliament elected for Ceredigion

New Member of Youth Parliament elected for Ceredigion

13/10/2021

Ceredigion Youth Council elected Poppy Evans as the County’s new Member of Youth Parliament (MYP) in July, and she will represent Ceredigion in the UK Youth Parliament in 2021-2022.


Ceredigion celebrates Shwmae Su'mae Day 2021

Ceredigion celebrates Shwmae Su'mae Day 2021

13/10/2021

Shwmae Su'mae Day is celebrated annually on 15 October.


Ceredigion supports Hate Crime Awareness Week

Ceredigion supports Hate Crime Awareness Week

11/10/2021

Hate Crime Awareness Week takes place from 9-16 October this year.


Bringing T Llew Jones’ work to life for children

Bringing T Llew Jones’ work to life for children

11/10/2021

This year's T Llew Jones Day will see the launch of a new production that will bring the popular author's books to life for school children throughout Wales.


A round up of Covid changes, the Covid Pass and a reminder that it’s not too late to get vaccinated

A round up of Covid changes, the Covid Pass and a reminder that it’s not too late to get vaccinated

08/10/2021

There are some important changes ahead on Covid-19 measures and information about the vaccination programme.


Ceredigion residents are reminded to be aware of the latest COVID-19 related scam

Ceredigion residents are reminded to be aware of the latest COVID-19 related scam

05/10/2021

Following reports of criminals using the NHS COVID Pass as a way to target the public to steal money, financial details and personal information, the Welsh Government has issued a warning to people across Wales that the NHS is not sending out invitations for the NHS COVID passes.


Taxi driver role gives mum of two better job security with support from Communities for Work+

Taxi driver role gives mum of two better job security with support from Communities for Work+

01/10/2021

Tracey* 34 from Aberystwyth worked 12 hours a week at a Chinese takeaway. Tracey and her children were deemed as being at risk of povertry. Read Tracey’s story of how she got a job after seeking employment support from the Communities for Work+ team (CFW+):


Signing of the Armed Forces Covenant

Signing of the Armed Forces Covenant

30/09/2021

To commemorate the 10th Anniversary of the Armed Forces Covenant, on 28 September, Chairman of Ceredigion County Council and Armed Forces Champion, Councillor Paul Hinge reaffirmed the council’s commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant by conducting an official signing ceremony at Aberystwyth Marina.


COVID-19 is still affecting our communities: do your best to reduce the spread

COVID-19 is still affecting our communities: do your best to reduce the spread

30/09/2021

A significant increase of COVID-19 cases are still being seen across Ceredigion.


Binoculars provided to wildlife trip boat operators in Ceredigion in a bid to try and reduce wildlife disturbance

Binoculars provided to wildlife trip boat operators in Ceredigion in a bid to try and reduce wildlife disturbance

29/09/2021

Ninety pairs of binoculars have been purchased through the Welsh Government Enabling Natural Resources and Well-being Grant and provided to wildlife trip boat operators in Ceredigion in a bid to try and reduce disturbance to marine wildlife.


Last chance to have your say on local well-being survey before the closing date

Last chance to have your say on local well-being survey before the closing date

28/09/2021

Ceredigion Public Services Board is really keen that as many people as possible have the chance to have their say on well-being in Ceredigion.


Expanding the Fflecsi bus service

Expanding the Fflecsi bus service

27/09/2021

Transport for Wales is expanding the fflecsi bus service even further, reaching yet another part of Wales.


The Welsh Language Charter underway in Ceredigion

The Welsh Language Charter underway in Ceredigion

24/09/2021

The Welsh Language Charter continues to stimulate and encourage school pupils of all ages to speak Welsh ahead of the new school term.


Have your say on childcare provision within the County

Have your say on childcare provision within the County

24/09/2021

Ceredigion County Council is required by Welsh Government to undertake a Childcare Sufficiency Assessment (CSA) every 5 years.


Motion agreed on carbon management

Motion agreed on carbon management

23/09/2021

A motion has been agreed calling for security that any land planted in Ceredigion to gain carbon credits should bring benefits to Wales and local communities.


Council commits to achieve diversity in democracy

Council commits to achieve diversity in democracy

23/09/2021

Ceredigion County Councillors have agreed on a declaration which will aim to ensure diversity in democracy as we look ahead to the local elections in May 2022.


A safe welcome back to Ceredigion students

A safe welcome back to Ceredigion students

23/09/2021

Ceredigion is looking forward to welcoming students back safely to the county this week ahead of the new academic year.


Public thanks for strategy group

Public thanks for strategy group

23/09/2021

The Growing Mid Wales Board has given thanks to representatives from the private sector for their contribution towards the development of the Mid Wales Growth Deal bid, which is set to see £110m invested by Welsh and UK Governments in the region.


Mid Wales Growth Deal Portfolio passes key decision point

Mid Wales Growth Deal Portfolio passes key decision point

21/09/2021

The Mid Wales Growth Deal has passed a significant milestone with the approval of the draft Portfolio Business Case to be submitted to UK and Welsh Governments.


Recognition given to long-standing members of Council committee

Recognition given to long-standing members of Council committee

21/09/2021

At an Ethics and Standards Committee (virtual) meeting held on 17 September 2021, Rif Winfield and Hywel Wyn Jones were given recognition for their 10 years’ of service to the Committee between 2011 and 2021. A small plaque was presented to both.


The Saddening result of seal and seal pup disturbance on the Welsh coast

The Saddening result of seal and seal pup disturbance on the Welsh coast

20/09/2021

With more people visiting the Welsh coast than ever before, wildlife disturbance is on the increase.


Campaign launched to increase foster carers in Ceredigion

Campaign launched to increase foster carers in Ceredigion

20/09/2021

Launching today, Foster Wales, the new national network of 22 local authority fostering services in Wales, is running a campaign to get more foster carers. It aims to make a positive impact on the futures of children and young people and attract some of the 39% of adults in Wales who have considered becoming a foster carer.


Consultation on draft Welsh in education strategic plan goes live

Consultation on draft Welsh in education strategic plan goes live

20/09/2021

The consultation for the draft Ceredigion Welsh in Education Strategic Plan (WESP) 2022-2032 document is live. This statutory draft document outlines how Ceredigion County Council will develop Welsh language provision in Education over the next decade.


Ceredigion’s award-winning Cozy Caron scheme returns to tackle fuel poverty

Ceredigion’s award-winning Cozy Caron scheme returns to tackle fuel poverty

16/09/2021

Ceredigion County Council has recently won a second award for tackling fuel poverty in Ceredigion and it has also launched a new project to assist 120 residents


Mid Wales Growth Deal approaching final phases of development

Mid Wales Growth Deal approaching final phases of development

16/09/2021

The Mid Wales Growth Deal will face a major decision this month when approval is sought for the draft Portfolio Business Case to be submitted to UK and Welsh Governments.


People urged to remain vigilant as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Ceredigion

People urged to remain vigilant as COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Ceredigion

15/09/2021

A significant increase of COVID-19 cases has been seen across Ceredigion lately.


Local social care services face significant pressures

Local social care services face significant pressures

10/09/2021

Domiciliary care services across Ceredigion are facing significant challenges as a result of the pandemic.


Ceredigion welcomes Tour of Britain 2021

Ceredigion welcomes Tour of Britain 2021

08/09/2021

Today, a sunny Ceredigion welcomed the Tour of Britain for the start of the fourth stage of the race.


A new lease of life for an empty Lampeter building

A new lease of life for an empty Lampeter building

08/09/2021

A building in Lampeter town centre has been purchased as part of Ceredigion County Council’s Development and Regeneration Programme, with the view to renovate and bring the building back into use.


Welcome to Ceredigion - the Tour of Britain 2021

Welcome to Ceredigion - the Tour of Britain 2021

07/09/2021

Tomorrow, 08 September, the Tour of Britain will start its fourth stage from Aberaeron.


Funding opportunity to support carers

Funding opportunity to support carers

07/09/2021

Through the Carers Support Innovation Fund, grants are available to third sector organisations in Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire who provide or would like to provide services and activities to support unpaid carers.


Don’t lose your voice - residents in Ceredigion urged to check their voter registration details are up to date

Don’t lose your voice - residents in Ceredigion urged to check their voter registration details are up to date

07/09/2021

Ceredigion residents are being warned not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.


Preparations underway to welcome Afghan families to Ceredigion

Preparations underway to welcome Afghan families to Ceredigion

07/09/2021

At today’s Cabinet meeting, Cabinet members approved to offer relocation to at least two Afghan Locally Employed Staff (LES) family.


Starting from scratch, Ceredigion resident gains confidence and lands his first ever job!

Starting from scratch, Ceredigion resident gains confidence and lands his first ever job!

03/09/2021

David, a Cardigan resident, was out of work and looking for a job.


Exciting new developments on the horizon for Lampeter Wellbeing Centre

Exciting new developments on the horizon for Lampeter Wellbeing Centre

02/09/2021

At a Cabinet meeting held on 01 December 2020, it was agreed that Lampeter Leisure Centre would become the location of the Council’s first Wellbeing Centre in the County.


Concern as Coronavirus cases increase in the County

Concern as Coronavirus cases increase in the County

02/09/2021

Coronavirus rates are increasing significantly across the county.


Council to support Emergency Services Day

Council to support Emergency Services Day

31/08/2021

Ceredigion County Council is celebrating Emergency Services Day on 9 September to pay tribute to the millions of people who work and volunteer across the NHS and emergency services.


Ceredigion residents to have their say on future Active Travel routes

Ceredigion residents to have their say on future Active Travel routes

27/08/2021

Ceredigion County Council has commenced a 12-week consultation period on both existing and planned walking and cycling (Active Travel) routes in the county, beginning today.


Daily road closures come to an end in Ceredigion’s Safe Zones

Daily road closures come to an end in Ceredigion’s Safe Zones

27/08/2021

The roads through Ceredigion’s towns will re-open next week ahead of the new school term.


Catch up with mates, catch up on some rays. Don’t let covid catch up with you.

Catch up with mates, catch up on some rays. Don’t let covid catch up with you.

25/08/2021

August Bank Holiday is nearly here and it looks like it’s going to be sunny and warm for the long weekend ahead. Over the last couple of weeks, there has been a dramatic increase in covid cases in Ceredigion, in particular in coastal areas.


Why not join the West Wales Walking for Wellbeing group?

Why not join the West Wales Walking for Wellbeing group?

25/08/2021

Janet Gibson from Cardigan joined the West Wales Walking for Wellbeing group in May 2021 when restricions eased in Ceredigion. As a member, she tells us the benefits of walking on her physical and mental wellbeing.


Ceredigion gets set to welcome the Tour of Britain this Autumn

Ceredigion gets set to welcome the Tour of Britain this Autumn

24/08/2021

On 08 September, Aberaeron will be the host venue for the start of the fourth stage of the much anticipated Tour of Britain. The route will take cyclists from Aberaeron up to Aberystwyth and then to Borth before moving on to Barmouth.


Ceredigion to take part in resettling Afghan refugees that were employed by the UK Government

Ceredigion to take part in resettling Afghan refugees that were employed by the UK Government

20/08/2021

Ceredigion County Council announced today that it has signed up to the Home Office scheme to resettle ‘Locally Employed’ Afghans who are at risk of reprisals by the Taliban.


Highest level of cases since January

Highest level of cases since January

20/08/2021

Ceredigion is currently seeing the highest rise in cases since January. There’s a concern that this number will continue to rise in the coming days and weeks.


Council urges residents to get the help they need

Council urges residents to get the help they need

20/08/2021

Now that the Country is in Alert Level 0 and Covid restrictions have relaxed significantly since last summer, many of Ceredigion residents are only now witnessing the full financial impact of the pandemic.


Kindness in the workplace

Kindness in the workplace

19/08/2021

A new guide and toolkit has been launched to support local employers, staff, groups and organisations to embed kindness in the workplace.


Have your say on how Ceredigion becomes a more physically active county

Have your say on how Ceredigion becomes a more physically active county

18/08/2021

A consultation is currently underway on how Ceredigion is becoming a more physically active County.


Businesses still required to take safety measures in Alert Level 0

Businesses still required to take safety measures in Alert Level 0

18/08/2021

Many of Wales’ remaining COVID-19 rules have now been lifted. However, there are still restrictions in place at Alert Level 0.


Communities for Work+ participant secures job as a HGV driver

Communities for Work+ participant secures job as a HGV driver

17/08/2021

A Ceredigion resident was offered a secure work opportunity after receiving help from the Communities for Work+ project.


Assessment of Local Well-being

Assessment of Local Well-being

13/08/2021

Ceredigion Public Services Board is carrying out an Assessment of Local Well-being. We want to find out about the well-being of local people and communities, now and for the future.


Two Ceredigion organisations awarded the prestigious Defence Silver ERS Award

Two Ceredigion organisations awarded the prestigious Defence Silver ERS Award

13/08/2021

Two organisations in Ceredigion, Penparcau Community Forum Ltd and Woody’s Lodge, have achieved the Defence Employer Recognition Scheme (ERS) Silver Award for 2021.


Concern over increase of cases in Llanarth and New Quay

Concern over increase of cases in Llanarth and New Quay

12/08/2021

A cluster of COVID-19 cases have been identified in and around the villages of New Quay and Llanarth in Ceredigion.


Good news all round at Ceredigion Archives

Good news all round at Ceredigion Archives

11/08/2021

Ceredigion Archives, the county record office is open again. Things are a little bit different at present but everyone is just as welcome.


Congratulations to Ceredigion pupils

Congratulations to Ceredigion pupils

10/08/2021

Ceredigion County Council would like to congratulate Ceredigion pupils who are receiving their GCSE, AS and A Level results this week.


Alert Level 0 – What this means for Ceredigion businesses, residents and visitors

Alert Level 0 – What this means for Ceredigion businesses, residents and visitors

10/08/2021

As we move away from the majority of the legal restrictions, we all still have to play our part in stopping the spread of the virus. The risk of transmission remains; alert level zero does not mean zero measures.


Work continues on rural model of community care and housing

Work continues on rural model of community care and housing

09/08/2021

Work to progress the delivery of a rural model of community care and housing in the Tregaron area continues.


Tourism sector, can you help us?

Tourism sector, can you help us?

05/08/2021

Ceredigion businesses are encouraged to provide their views to develop guided cultural adventures.


Resident supported through uncertain times to secure new job

Resident supported through uncertain times to secure new job

05/08/2021

During an unsettling time last year with talk of redundancies, Archie, a bus driver and the sole earner for his family, knew he had to look for a different job. After seeking help and support from Communities for Work+, Archie was able to secure new employment with a local milk collection company.


Libraries to open fully

Libraries to open fully

04/08/2021

Ceredigion libraries will open for browsing without appointment on 09 August.


Ceredigion Museum to reopen with a new exhibition

Ceredigion Museum to reopen with a new exhibition

04/08/2021

Ceredigion Museum is to reopen its doors to the public on 12 August 2021 after being closed due to the pandemic.


Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market returns

Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market returns

03/08/2021

Aberystwyth Farmers’ Market is returning at a new site.


Leisure facilities to reopen in Autumn

Leisure facilities to reopen in Autumn

03/08/2021

Ceredigion County Council is aiming towards the re-opening of its facilities at Cardigan Leisure Centre, Lampeter Swimming Pool and Plascrug Leisure Centre in the autumn.


Your dog, your job campaign

Your dog, your job campaign

03/08/2021

Dog fouling can spoil everyone’s enjoyment of the great outdoors.


Overcoming Covid-19 restrictions to provide activities for young families

Overcoming Covid-19 restrictions to provide activities for young families

30/07/2021

A report has been published detailing all the support and activities held with families with children under 5 from April 2020 to March 2021.


Applications now open for community based small grants

Applications now open for community based small grants

29/07/2021

Community organisations across Ceredigion are invited to apply for up to £2,000 to develop projects which help bring communities together.


Supporting campaign to reduce grass fires

Supporting campaign to reduce grass fires

28/07/2021

Ceredigion County Council is supporting Operation Dawns Glaw, a multi-agency taskforce of specialists from key agencies which aims to reduce, and where possible eliminate the impact of grass fires across Wales.


Wellbeing packs for Ceredigion young carers

Wellbeing packs for Ceredigion young carers

26/07/2021

Wellbeing packs are being sent to young carers across Ceredigion to support their wellbeing and encourage them to read this summer.


Bryntirion Care Assistant awarded Care Star

Bryntirion Care Assistant awarded Care Star

23/07/2021

A Tregaron Day Care Assistant has been awarded the Social Care Star Award.


Businesses reminded of self-isolation regulations

Businesses reminded of self-isolation regulations

23/07/2021

Businesses are reminded of their duty to allow a worker to self-isolate in line with regulations.


Ceredigion communities urged to continue following the guidelines

Ceredigion communities urged to continue following the guidelines

23/07/2021

The number of COVID-19 cases continue to increase across the County and we are seeing wide community transmission.


Innovative ideas sought for a stronger Cardigan Bay coast

Innovative ideas sought for a stronger Cardigan Bay coast

23/07/2021

The Cardigan Bay Fisheries Local Action Group (FLAG) is asking residents to send in their ideas or expressions of interest to the local FLAG Coordinator.


Communities for Work Plus helped resident to get back into work

Communities for Work Plus helped resident to get back into work

21/07/2021

Communities for Work plus project have been able to help a Ceredigion resident get back into work after being made redundant left him out of work.


Council urges businesses to prepare for major change in food labelling

Council urges businesses to prepare for major change in food labelling

20/07/2021

From 1 October 2021, the requirements for prepacked for direct sale (PPDS) food labelling will change in Wales, England, and Northern Ireland.


Amber warning for extreme heat

Amber warning for extreme heat

19/07/2021

Met Office have issued an Amber warning for Extreme heat from Monday 19 until Thursday 22 July 2021.


Wales Coronavirus restrictions apply in Ceredigion

Wales Coronavirus restrictions apply in Ceredigion

19/07/2021

As most legal restrictions on social contact and mask wearing are being lifted in England today, we’d like to remind both our residents and visitors that here in Ceredigion we all need to follow the Wales Coronavirus restrictions – which includes wearing a face covering and keeping a social distance inside public spaces.


Caution moving fully into alert level one

Caution moving fully into alert level one

15/07/2021

Ceredigion residents are encouraged to be cautious, even with the relaxation of the restrictions to move fully into alert level one.


Local authorities come together to boost number of foster carers in Wales

Local authorities come together to boost number of foster carers in Wales

15/07/2021

Local Authority fostering services in Wales have today joined forces to become ‘Foster Wales’; teams across the nation combine their efforts and expertise to significantly increase the number and diversity of Local Authority foster carers.


Concern over COVID-19 increase in the County

Concern over COVID-19 increase in the County

13/07/2021

There are concerns about the levels of Coronavirus in Ceredigion.


Ysgol Bro Pedr win Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative 2021 award

Ysgol Bro Pedr win Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative 2021 award

12/07/2021

At a virtual awards ceremony held on 2 July, Ysgol Bro Pedr won the secondary sector shield at an annual competition held by the Welsh Heritage Schools Initiative (WHSI). The award was given for a history project caried out by Year 8 pupils at the school. The project, ‘In and Out of Wales’ was ambitious and enriching, looking at migration and emigration.


Calling Contractors to maintain Ceredigion’s paths

Calling Contractors to maintain Ceredigion’s paths

09/07/2021

Ceredigion’s public rights of way are looking for contractors to manage and maintain the paths for all to enjoy.


Ceredigion residents supported back to work

Ceredigion residents supported back to work

08/07/2021

345 residents in Ceredigion have been supported back into work in the last three years.


Llanilar wins Gold with the Welsh Language Charter

Llanilar wins Gold with the Welsh Language Charter

07/07/2021

At the end of a challenging year, Ysgol Gynradd Llanilar is celebrating the success of implementing the language by winning the Gold Standard of the Welsh Language Charter.


Summer Reading Challenge 2021 – Wild World Heroes

Summer Reading Challenge 2021 – Wild World Heroes

06/07/2021

Do you want to be a Wild World Hero? Join us at Ceredigion Library Service over the summer holidays for the chance to be a real life hero, and to become one by reading!


Report illegal sale of underage products to Crimestoppers

Report illegal sale of underage products to Crimestoppers

05/07/2021

Residents and businesses across Wales who think that someone has purchased or sold age restricted products to an underaged person can now report is anonymously to Crimestoppers.


Closing Aberystwyth’s Window of Waste!

Closing Aberystwyth’s Window of Waste!

02/07/2021

Aberystwyth town centre is provided with regular and reliable waste collection services. Unfortunately, some localised, seasonal issues continue to arise. One of the solutions to this is to close the Window of Waste!


Primate animals at Borth Animalarium rehomed

Primate animals at Borth Animalarium rehomed

01/07/2021

In April this year, Ceredigion County Council received an application for a Dangerous Wild Animal Licence from Mr and Mrs Tweedy, the owners of a new business known as the ‘Animalarium’ at Borth.


A group of Year 9 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

A group of Year 9 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

01/07/2021

A group of Year 9 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Celebrating Celtic cultures and destinations

Celebrating Celtic cultures and destinations

01/07/2021

Celtic Routes, a project which promotes Ceredigion and partner areas in south west Wales and Ireland, will be showcased at the International Celtic Congress this weekend.


Communities for Work+ support Ceredigion resident to develop professionally

Communities for Work+ support Ceredigion resident to develop professionally

30/06/2021

A Ceredigion resident has completed a Counselling course after receiving funding from Communities for Work+, enabling her to find work as a Counsellor within the County.


Visit Ceredigion safely and respectfully

Visit Ceredigion safely and respectfully

25/06/2021

As expected, Ceredigion is already proving to be a popular destination for visitors this year.


Bookings now open for community swimming at Aberystwyth University

Bookings now open for community swimming at Aberystwyth University

25/06/2021

People can now book a swimming slot at Aberystwyth University’s pool as building works continue at Plascrug Leisure Centre.


Youth Work Week – Celebrating the support for young people from a flexible and devoted team

Youth Work Week – Celebrating the support for young people from a flexible and devoted team

24/06/2021

This year, Youth Work Week is from 23 to 30 June. It is an opportunity to celebrate the positive stories and successes from the last 12 months – highlighting the innovation, resilience and resourcefulness that the sector has shown during an exceptionally difficult year.


A reminder to residents and visitors as the number of Delta cases increase

A reminder to residents and visitors as the number of Delta cases increase

23/06/2021

We are starting to see an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in Ceredigion and across Wales over recent days. The Delta variant has been detected in Ceredigion; a different variant which causes a wider range symptoms than previously.


A group of Year 9 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

A group of Year 9 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

22/06/2021

A group of Year 9 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Marking Armed Forces Week 2021

Marking Armed Forces Week 2021

18/06/2021

Armed Forces Week is held between 21 and 26 June this year.


Supporting Unpaid Carers in Ceredigion: Carers Week 2021

Supporting Unpaid Carers in Ceredigion: Carers Week 2021

18/06/2021

To celebrate national Carers Week 2021, which was from 7 to 13 June, Ceredigion County Council worked with colleagues across Health and the third sector to arrange a variety of free activities to support unpaid Carers. Some activities were jointly hosted with partners in Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire.


Community swimming to be made available at Aberystwyth University’s pool

Community swimming to be made available at Aberystwyth University’s pool

18/06/2021

A number of pre-booked slots for the community will be available at Aberystwyth University’s swimming pool as maintenance work continues at Plascrug Leisure Centre.


Young Carer Survey now live – Have your say

Young Carer Survey now live – Have your say

16/06/2021

If you are a Young Carer living in Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion or Pembrokeshire, we want to hear from you!


Dad speaks on Father’s Day about amazing experience of adopting

Dad speaks on Father’s Day about amazing experience of adopting

16/06/2021

An adoptive dad of two has spoken of the privilege he feels watching his children bloom and grow.


Action Plan introduced to achieve net zero carbon by 2030

Action Plan introduced to achieve net zero carbon by 2030

15/06/2021

An action plan has been introduced as to how Ceredigion will become a net zero carbon Local Authority.


Welsh Language Standards Annual Monitoring Report for 2020-2021 published

Welsh Language Standards Annual Monitoring Report for 2020-2021 published

15/06/2021

The Welsh Language Standards Annual Monitoring Report for 2020-2021 has been published following approval in a recent Cabinet meeting.


Strategic Plan to strengthen Welsh medium education in the county

Strategic Plan to strengthen Welsh medium education in the county

15/06/2021

A consultation period will be held during the autumn term this year to increase the number of pupils in Ceredigion who will be able to develop and learn through the medium of Welsh.


Refugee Week 2021

Refugee Week 2021

14/06/2021

The theme for Refugee Week 2021, which takes places between 14 and 20 June, is ‘We cannot walk alone’, this is inspired by Martin Luther King’s historic ‘I have a Dream’ speech in 1963, whereby he speaks about the importance of unity and equality for all and how every single one of us has a part to play in ensuring current and future generations are treated fairly.


Helo, Hwyl a Hamdden Theatr Felinfach

Helo, Hwyl a Hamdden Theatr Felinfach

11/06/2021

“Company, friendship and laughing together, face to face” are just some of the things that members of Theatr Felinfach’s Hwyl a Hamdden group have longed for since everything stopped in 2020.


Surprise interview with football superstar on Euros’ eve

Surprise interview with football superstar on Euros’ eve

10/06/2021

On Thursday morning 10 June, pupils from Ysgol Gynradd Penrhyn-coch and Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig received an unexpected Zoom call all the way from Baku, capital city of Azerbaijan. The call was made from Ben Davies, Welsh professional footballer, who is currently located at a camp with the rest of the Welsh national football team in Baku, ahead of their Euro 2020 opener game against Switzerland on Saturday.


Trading Standards Wales issue Census text scam warning

Trading Standards Wales issue Census text scam warning

08/06/2021

Trading Standards Wales has been made aware of a text message scam in relation to the national Census.


Osian is Top of the Chants

Osian is Top of the Chants

07/06/2021

On Saturday 5 June, the Mentrau Iaith announced the winner of Gwlad y Chants competition as Osian Jones from Aberaeron.


Public house in Ceredigion issued with a Premises Closure Notice and a Fixed Penalty Notice

Public house in Ceredigion issued with a Premises Closure Notice and a Fixed Penalty Notice

03/06/2021

A Ceredigion public house has been fined £2,000 and served a Premises Closure Notice after failing to comply with a Premises Improvement Notice and for additional breaches of the Covid-19 regulations.


Osian Jones is Ceredigion’s king of the “chants”

Osian Jones is Ceredigion’s king of the “chants”

02/06/2021

Osian Jones from Aberaeron has been successful in reaching the primary school shortlist in “Gwlad y Chants” – a competition to create a new football chant to support Wales at Euro 2020 organised by Mentrau Iaith and the FAW.


Llechryd triumph in Cwis Dim Clem

Llechryd triumph in Cwis Dim Clem

28/05/2021

For a number of years, Ceredigion’s primary schools have been competing in Cwis Dim Clem and on Wednesday, 19 May Ysgol Llechryd were triumphant in the Ceredigion round of the quiz that was organised by Cered: Menter Iaith Ceredigion.


Keeping Ceredigion safe through the summer

Keeping Ceredigion safe through the summer

27/05/2021

With Ceredigion set to be busy during the summer months, Safe Zones will be in place to ensure the streets are safe for everyone.


Ceredigion’s Cozy Caron project wins award in collaboration with Welsh business to tackle fuel poverty

Ceredigion’s Cozy Caron project wins award in collaboration with Welsh business to tackle fuel poverty

27/05/2021

City Energy and Ceredigion County Council win a Welsh recognised award for tackling fuel poverty in Ceredigion with local residents.


A new English radio programme on the Welsh language and culture

A new English radio programme on the Welsh language and culture

26/05/2021

CERED and Radio Aber are embarking on an innovative new idea to promote the Welsh language and culture by launching an English language radio programme.


Decommissioning work continues at Plascrug

Decommissioning work continues at Plascrug

25/05/2021

With Plascrug Leisure Centre now returned to Ceredigion County Council’s responsibility, there is much to look forward to with the decommissioning work in full flow.


Aberaeron hoteliers plead guilty to lockdown lock-in offences

Aberaeron hoteliers plead guilty to lockdown lock-in offences

20/05/2021

An Aberaeron couple pleaded guilty to coronavirus restrictions and public order offences before the start of a scheduled trial in Aberystwyth Magistrates’ Court on Tuesday 18 May 2021.


Ceredigion libraries to reopen with pre-booked slots

Ceredigion libraries to reopen with pre-booked slots

17/05/2021

Public libraries in Ceredigion will reopen in early June on an appointment only basis as coronavirus infection rates continue to improve.


Town centres in mid-Wales to benefit from new ‘place making’ fund

Town centres in mid-Wales to benefit from new ‘place making’ fund

17/05/2021

£1.26m of capital funding has been secured by Ceredigion County Council alongside Powys County Council from the Welsh Governments’ Transforming Towns Programme to help support capital investment to regenerate a number of our towns across Mid Wales.


‘Britain’s Got Talent’ star shines a light on Ceredigion’s foster carers

‘Britain’s Got Talent’ star shines a light on Ceredigion’s foster carers

17/05/2021

On Thursday evening 20 May, Aberystwyth town library at Canolfan Alun R Edwards will light up in orange to mark Foster Care Fortnight. Also shining a light on the work of Ceredigion’s foster carers is Welsh artist Nathan Wyburn.


Safe visiting opportunities in Care Homes being put into place

Safe visiting opportunities in Care Homes being put into place

14/05/2021

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.


Restrictions ease further with caution

Restrictions ease further with caution

14/05/2021

With restrictions easing further, both residents and visitors are reminded to enjoy Ceredigion safely and responsibly.


Councillor Paul Hinge elected as Chairman of Ceredigion County Council 2021-2022

Councillor Paul Hinge elected as Chairman of Ceredigion County Council 2021-2022

14/05/2021

Councillor Paul Hinge has been elected as the Chairman of Ceredigion County Council for 2021-2022 during the Annual Meeting held virtually on Friday 14 May 2021.


Pub in Ceredigion issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice and a Premises Improvement Notice

Pub in Ceredigion issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice and a Premises Improvement Notice

14/05/2021

A licensed premises in Ffostrasol has been issued a £1,000 Fixed Penalty Notice and served a Premises Improvement Notice after customers were discovered drinking inside the premises.


Walk of the Week re-starts in Ceredigion

Walk of the Week re-starts in Ceredigion

14/05/2021

A series of ‘Walk of the Week’ posters will be published on a regular basis over the summer months.


Join the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Panel as an independent member

Join the Dyfed-Powys Police and Crime Panel as an independent member

13/05/2021

The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel is looking for two members to join them in their work to support and challenge the Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Commissioner.


Date for re-opening leisure facilities brought forward

Date for re-opening leisure facilities brought forward

13/05/2021

As a result of the current infection rates in the county and the latest Public Health Wales advice, a decision has been made to bring forward the date of the re-opening of indoor sport and physical activity provision in Ceredigion County Council operated facilities.


Unpaid Carers encouraged to use rapid COVID self-test kits

Unpaid Carers encouraged to use rapid COVID self-test kits

13/05/2021

On 11 May 2021, Welsh Government announced that access to rapid COVID self-test kits (lateral flow tests) is now available to Unpaid Carers.


Ceredigion wins big at National Work Welsh Awards

Ceredigion wins big at National Work Welsh Awards

12/05/2021

Ceredigion County Council’s Work Welsh Scheme celebrated 3 successes at the National Work Welsh awards in April this year.


Publication of Draft Welsh in Education Strategic Plan 2022-32

Publication of Draft Welsh in Education Strategic Plan 2022-32

11/05/2021

Ceredigion's draft document 'Welsh in Education Strategic Plan 2022-32' plans for the Welsh language over the next 10 years.


EU Settlement Scheme – 50 days left to apply

EU Settlement Scheme – 50 days left to apply

10/05/2021

Tuesday, 12 May 2021, marks 50 days until the deadline of 30 June 2021 for applications to be made to the EU Settlement Scheme (EUSS).


Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys Area elected

Police and Crime Commissioner for Dyfed Powys Area elected

09/05/2021

The Police and Crime Commissioner for the Dyfed Powys Area is Dafydd Llywelyn, Plaid Cymru – The Party of Wales.


Representatives announced for Senedd Cymru in the Mid and West Wales Region

Representatives announced for Senedd Cymru in the Mid and West Wales Region

07/05/2021

The candidates who will represent the Mid and West Wales Region are as follows:


Senedd Cymru Election Result: Ceredigion Constituency

Senedd Cymru Election Result: Ceredigion Constituency

07/05/2021

The successful candidate to represent the Ceredigion Constituency in Senedd Cymru has been elected and is Elin Jones, Plaid Cymru.


Sport and physical activity provision to restart on a phased approach

Sport and physical activity provision to restart on a phased approach

05/05/2021

Following The Welsh Government announcement on 23 April 2021, sport and physical activity provision will restart in a phased approach in Ceredigion.


Amendments introduced to the Cardigan Safe Zone

Amendments introduced to the Cardigan Safe Zone

04/05/2021

As more people are expected to visit Ceredigion’s towns over the coming weeks and summer months, changes are required to ensure our streets are safe for everyone, by allowing people to maintain a 2 metre social distance at all times.


A number of pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

A number of pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

30/04/2021

A number of pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Aberystwyth University and Ceredigion County Council join forces to research the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in Ceredigion

Aberystwyth University and Ceredigion County Council join forces to research the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic in Ceredigion

27/04/2021

Researchers at Aberystwyth University are calling on businesses and residents in Ceredigion to contribute to a study into the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the county.


Advice for businesses reopening outdoor hospitality venues

Advice for businesses reopening outdoor hospitality venues

27/04/2021

With outdoor hospitality businesses now allowed to reopen in Wales, businesses in Ceredigion are encouraged to ensure that they are fully aware of the latest guidance.


Support for community enterprises

Support for community enterprises

26/04/2021

The Cynnal y Cardi Local Action Group (LAG), which implements the LEADER scheme in Ceredigion, wants to hear from anyone who needs support to scope out the possibilities for a community facility or building in order to develop it as a community enterprise.


Enjoy Ceredigion, safely and responsibly as restrictions ease

Enjoy Ceredigion, safely and responsibly as restrictions ease

23/04/2021

With longer days, sunnier times ahead and the easing of certain restrictions, it’s a positive sight to see so many of Ceredigion’s businesses reopen and our beautiful coast and countryside being enjoyed and appreciated.


Update for Multi-purpose Community Centres following First Minister announcement

Update for Multi-purpose Community Centres following First Minister announcement

23/04/2021

Today, First Minister Mark Drakeford announced that multi-purpose community centres including community centres, village halls, church halls and other community facilities can reopen from 03 May. This decision has been brought forward from 17 May.


Ceredigion residents are reassured that polling stations are safe places to vote

Ceredigion residents are reassured that polling stations are safe places to vote

23/04/2021

On Thursday 06 May residents in Ceredigion will go to the polls to have their say on who represents them in the Senedd and as Police and Crime Commissioner.


Support provided for Ceredigion care providers through the pandemic

Support provided for Ceredigion care providers through the pandemic

23/04/2021

Over the last year, a significant amount of collaboration has taken place between the Ceredigion care providers and public sector organisations.


Call for service users’ views on social services

Call for service users’ views on social services

23/04/2021

Care Inspectorate Wales (CIW) will be carrying out an assurance check of social services in Ceredigion in early May.


Two new funds available to support projects that invest in Ceredigion

Two new funds available to support projects that invest in Ceredigion

20/04/2021

A Levelling up Fund and a Community Renewal Fund are being made available in Ceredigion. The funds are to help with projects that focus on investing in Ceredigion’s businesses, communities, infrastructure and developing skills of Ceredigion’s residents.


No excuses for anti-social behaviour

No excuses for anti-social behaviour

20/04/2021

On Sunday morning, 18 April a disappointing image of litter, left over from a social gathering, could be seen across the path, benches and beach in Aberaeron. Glass bottles, beer cans and takeaway containers were left discarded, posing a significant risk to wildlife, sealife, people and their pets.


Ceredigion dog breeder fined for failing to comply with dog breeding license

Ceredigion dog breeder fined for failing to comply with dog breeding license

09/04/2021

On 27 November 2020, and 22 December 2020, the Crown Court heard an appeal by Mr. Dorian Wyn Jones, of Dorwan Kennels, Penrheol, Talsarn, relating to convictions for failing to comply with dog breeding license conditions.


Shop locally and safely in our towns

Shop locally and safely in our towns

09/04/2021

With non-essential retail reopening on Monday 12 April, remember to shop local and shop safely.


Paying tribute to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Paying tribute to HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

09/04/2021

Ceredigion County Council joins the nation in sending deepest sympathies to Her Majesty The Queen and The Royal Family following the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.


Remember to complete the Census to avoid a fine

Remember to complete the Census to avoid a fine

09/04/2021

Every household is required by law to complete the Census, and it’s not too late yet.


Ceredigion residents still have time to register to vote - don't lose your voice!

Ceredigion residents still have time to register to vote - don't lose your voice!

06/04/2021

Ceredigion residents are being urged not to lose their vote by ensuring that they sign up to register to vote, ahead of the Senedd and Police Crime Commissioner elections held in May this year.


Ceredigion resident walks 10,000 steps a day during coronavirus pandemic

Ceredigion resident walks 10,000 steps a day during coronavirus pandemic

06/04/2021

A Ceredigion resident has walked 10,000 steps a day during the coronavirus pandemic in order to keep fit and healthy. Gillian from Llanybydder, who is registered on the NERS (National Exercise Referral Scheme) programme decided to walk 10,000 steps a day in order to keep fit during the coronavirus pandemic. As a member of the West Wales Walking for Wellbeing group, she tells us the benefits of walking on her physical and mental health.


Decision reached on Aberystwyth Business Improvement District

Decision reached on Aberystwyth Business Improvement District

01/04/2021

Following a formal ballot, a decision has been reached to waive the support for the Aberystwyth Business Improvement District.


Caru Ceredigion – Caru Cymru - Be a Lover Not a Loser

Caru Ceredigion – Caru Cymru - Be a Lover Not a Loser

30/03/2021

As part of Caru Ceredigion, Ceredigion County Council has been doing a Spring Clean.


Nominated individuals can resume visits at Local Authority Care Homes

Nominated individuals can resume visits at Local Authority Care Homes

29/03/2021

A nominated individual will now be able to visit loved ones in Local Authority Care Homes from Monday, 29 March 2021.


Bar in Ceredigion issued with a Premises Closure Notice and a Fixed Penalty Notice

Bar in Ceredigion issued with a Premises Closure Notice and a Fixed Penalty Notice

29/03/2021

An Aberystwyth bar has been issued a £1,000 Fixed Penalty Notice and served a Premises Closure Notice after an underground drinking den was discovered on the night of the France v Wales Six Nations rugby match.


Ceredigion Barber shop receives Fixed Penalty Notice and Premises Improvement Notice

Ceredigion Barber shop receives Fixed Penalty Notice and Premises Improvement Notice

25/03/2021

Venus barber shop on Terrace Road, Aberystwyth has been issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice and a Premises Improvement Notice after failing to comply several times with the regulations.


Guidance for hairdressing and barbering businesses

Guidance for hairdressing and barbering businesses

23/03/2021

Guidance has been issued for hairdressing salons and barbershops to ensure maximum safety as they reopen in line with COVID-19 regulations.


Safe Zones arrangements for Easter

Safe Zones arrangements for Easter

18/03/2021

Adjustments for Ceredigion’s Safe Zones are planned for Easter.


Council provides feminine hygiene products to local communities

Council provides feminine hygiene products to local communities

18/03/2021

Ceredigion County Council in partnership with local community groups and organisations, and through funding from Welsh Government’s Period Dignity Scheme, are ensuring that women and girls have access to feminine hygiene products.


New opportunities offered through Communities for Work+

New opportunities offered through Communities for Work+

17/03/2021

A Ceredigion resident is back in work after receiving support by Communities for Work+.


Caru Ceredigion Spring Clean

Caru Ceredigion Spring Clean

17/03/2021

As part of Caru Ceredigion, Ceredigion County Council is currently making arrangements to undertake a Spring Clean.


Holiday activities held by Ceredigion Youth Service

Holiday activities held by Ceredigion Youth Service

16/03/2021

Holiday activities for Ceredigion’s young people have continued to be held digitally.


Ceredigion County Council signs the Zero Racism Wales Pledge

Ceredigion County Council signs the Zero Racism Wales Pledge

16/03/2021

Ceredigion County Council has joined in standing against racism, by signing up to the Zero Racism Wales Pledge organised by Race Council Cymru.


Comprehensive Energy Vision for Mid Wales developed

Comprehensive Energy Vision for Mid Wales developed

15/03/2021

Partners in Mid Wales have embarked on an innovative collaboration which will support the region in making the essential step change required to meet the UK net zero carbon targets by 2050.


It’s time to complete the Census

It’s time to complete the Census

15/03/2021

Census Day, 21 March 2021, is literally around the corner and the preparations are in full swing in Ceredigion.


First careful and cautious steps out of lockdown

First careful and cautious steps out of lockdown

12/03/2021

With the numbers of the Coronavirus falling across Ceredigion and Wales, Welsh Government are easing some restrictions carefully and in a phased approach to start unlocking Wales.


Ceredigion and the Coronavirus - One year on

Ceredigion and the Coronavirus - One year on

12/03/2021

As we mark the one year lockdown of the Coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, we reflect on the work that has been done to attempt to control the virus in Ceredigion.


£1.5 Million for Tourism Project

£1.5 Million for Tourism Project

12/03/2021

Celtic Routes, a partnership project between Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire County Councils and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park Authority in Wales and Wicklow, Wexford and Waterford County Councils in Ireland, has secured an additional £1.5 million for a second phase of the Celtic Routes tourism project. The successful bid to the Welsh European Funding Office (WEFO) will take the project through to 2023.


Child Development Fund success in Ceredigion during COVID-19

Child Development Fund success in Ceredigion during COVID-19

12/03/2021

A Welsh Government Child Development Fund contributed to Ceredigion’s ability to provide several additional services between December 2020 and March 2021.


Let’s tackle climate change and get to world number one

Let’s tackle climate change and get to world number one

11/03/2021

With 92% of people in Wales now recycling regularly*, Wales is one step closer on its Mighty Mission to become world number one for recycling.


Foundations established for the Mid Wales Growth Deal

Foundations established for the Mid Wales Growth Deal

11/03/2021

Key documents that will lay the foundations of how the Mid Wales Growth Deal will be further developed and delivered have been supported by the Growing Mid Wales Board.


Proposals being explored to improve broadband in some areas of Ceredigion

Proposals being explored to improve broadband in some areas of Ceredigion

11/03/2021

Several areas of Ceredigion could soon have access to some of the fastest internet speeds in the UK following a number of suppliers proposing Fibre to the Premises projects (FTTP) across the County.


Carers in Ceredigion receive a ‘break in a box’ during COVID-19

Carers in Ceredigion receive a ‘break in a box’ during COVID-19

10/03/2021

The last 12 months have been difficult for us all, and it has been especially so for Unpaid Carers who provide care for family members and friends across Ceredigion.


Residents urged to report illegal tobacco crimes to Crimestoppers

Residents urged to report illegal tobacco crimes to Crimestoppers

10/03/2021

Residents across Ceredigion who think someone is selling illegal tobacco can now report it anonymously, thanks to a new campaign.


Businesses in Ceredigion issued with Fixed Penalty Notices

Businesses in Ceredigion issued with Fixed Penalty Notices

10/03/2021

Two businesses in Ceredigion have been issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice of £1,000 for breaching the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No.5) (Wales) Regulations 2020.


Support available to take part in the 2021 Census

Support available to take part in the 2021 Census

10/03/2021

Census information packs, including letters and access codes will have started to arrive in homes across Ceredigion by now.


EUSS: citizens reminded to apply

EUSS: citizens reminded to apply

09/03/2021

Some very encouraging data has come to light in terms of the number of applications made in Ceredigion for the European Union Settlement Scheme (EUSS).


UK Government funding announced for growth deal welcomed

UK Government funding announced for growth deal welcomed

05/03/2021

News that the UK Government is to accelerate its funding for the Mid Wales Growth Deal has been welcomed by the region’s leaders.


Council approves budget for 2021-2022

Council approves budget for 2021-2022

05/03/2021

The budget for Ceredigion County Council for the forthcoming financial year was approved by County Councillors in a Council meeting held virtually on Friday 05 March 2021.


Completing the Census will help improve the county’s services

Completing the Census will help improve the county’s services

04/03/2021

As Census Day approaches, everyone is reminded of the benefits of taking part in this once every ten years survey.


Ceredigion residents to have their say on future Active Travel routes

Ceredigion residents to have their say on future Active Travel routes

03/03/2021

Ceredigion County Council has engaged Sustrans Cymru to support the review of its Active Travel Network.


Mid Wales Skills Partnership created

Mid Wales Skills Partnership created

02/03/2021

A new partnership that will provide a focus for skills in Mid Wales, as well as helping drive economic growth by ensuring investment in the right skills, has been created.


A new Welsh language football program launched

A new Welsh language football program launched

01/03/2021

Radio Aber and Cered (Menter Iaith Ceredigion) have come together to launch a brand new Welsh language radio program on football called 'Cefn y Rhwyd'.


Ceredigion Library World Book Day Competition

Ceredigion Library World Book Day Competition

23/02/2021

Ceredigion Library will be holding a competition as part of World Book Day this year to encourage all children and young people in the county to join the library and enjoy reading.


Celebrating St David’s Day in Ceredigion

Celebrating St David’s Day in Ceredigion

22/02/2021

On 01 March, the flag will be flown along with a host of activities to celebrate St David's Day in Ceredigion.


Flood warnings in Ceredigion

Flood warnings in Ceredigion

19/02/2021

Flood warnings have been issued by Natural Resources Wales for Ceredigion following persistent and heavy rainfall.


Ceredigion Museum’s digital storytelling project celebrates LGBTQ+ history month

Ceredigion Museum’s digital storytelling project celebrates LGBTQ+ history month

15/02/2021

February marks LGBTQ+ History month and Ceredigion Museum has been working with Jane Hoy of local LGBTQ+ organisation, Aberration to unveil and record the fascinating and untold LGBTQ+ stories of Aberystwyth.


Tackling isolation and supporting parents together

Tackling isolation and supporting parents together

12/02/2021

Teams across Ceredigion have worked together to tackle isolation and support emotional wellbeing and parenting skills during the Coronavirus pandemic.


Keep to the guidelines after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

Keep to the guidelines after receiving the COVID-19 vaccine

10/02/2021

With 14,621 people in Ceredigion have had their first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine as of 10 February 2021, those who have received the first dose are reminded to keep following the rules.


Council continues its support for apprentices during National Apprenticeship Week

Council continues its support for apprentices during National Apprenticeship Week

10/02/2021

Ceredigion County Council is supporting National Apprenticeship Week by shining a light on the contribution of its many apprentices. The annual week-long celebration runs until 14 February and highlights how apprenticeships help individuals develop a rewarding career and enables employers to build a workforce with future-ready skills.


Everyone will benefit from Census 2021

Everyone will benefit from Census 2021

02/02/2021

Households across Ceredigion will be asked to take part in Census 2021 this spring.


We must continue to protect each other

We must continue to protect each other

02/02/2021

As the number of coronavirus cases fall in Ceredigion, people are reminded that it’s still as important as ever to book a COVID-19 test if they have any symptoms.


Aberaeron takeaway closed for ignoring coronavirus restrictions

Aberaeron takeaway closed for ignoring coronavirus restrictions

28/01/2021

A Premises Closure Notice has been issued to Paradise Pizza, Regent Street, Aberaeron due to repeated non-compliance with the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No.5) (Wales) Regulations 2020.


Residents at risk of being scammed over Covid-19 vaccine

Residents at risk of being scammed over Covid-19 vaccine

28/01/2021

Ceredigion County Council has become aware that criminals have been sending texts and emails attempting to lure people to apply for the Covid-19 vaccine.


Retail premises now required to take extra measures to minimise the spread of coronavirus

Retail premises now required to take extra measures to minimise the spread of coronavirus

26/01/2021

New requirements have now come into force that require retail premises to take additional steps to protect workers and customers from coronavirus.


Pilot scheme to provide affordable plots to meet local housing needs

Pilot scheme to provide affordable plots to meet local housing needs

26/01/2021

A new pilot scheme is being trialled by Ceredigion County Council to provide opportunities for local people to make a start on the property ladder by purchasing a discounted plot of land.


Ceredigion National Eisteddfod postponement supported

Ceredigion National Eisteddfod postponement supported

26/01/2021

The National Eisteddfod has announced that they are postponing the Ceredigion National Eisteddfod for a year.


Ceredigion County Council remembers the Holocaust on International Holocaust Day

Ceredigion County Council remembers the Holocaust on International Holocaust Day

25/01/2021

This year Ceredigion County Council, along with many other Local Authorities across the United Kingdom, will illuminate two of Aberystwyth town’s most iconic buildings in a show of solidarity, respect, and honour to all victims of genocide. From Friday 22 through to Thursday 28 January, the Bandstand on Aberystwyth’s seafront and the Alun R Edwards Centre will be lit up purple.


Storm Christoph

Storm Christoph

20/01/2021

The latest on Storm Christoph in Ceredigion.


Ceredigion Museum to Display Rare Roman Cut Glass

Ceredigion Museum to Display Rare Roman Cut Glass

20/01/2021

A partnership between Ceredigion Museum and the Royal Commission on the Ancient and Historical Monuments of Wales has attracted £1,000 funding from the Association for Roman Archaeology to display fragments of a unique Roman glass vessel, found at Abermagwr Romano-British villa.


Ceredigion Active broadcast live daily sessions for young people

Ceredigion Active broadcast live daily sessions for young people

18/01/2021

The Active Young People Team at Ceredigion Actif have started broadcasting bilingual daily activity sessions for Ceredigion’s children young people.


Local Government Finance Settlement 2021/22

Local Government Finance Settlement 2021/22

18/01/2021

Leader of Ceredigion County Council, Councillor Ellen Ap Gwynn’s response to the Local Government Finance Settlement 2021/22.


Project to reach the vulnerable and isolated in Ceredigion

Project to reach the vulnerable and isolated in Ceredigion

14/01/2021

Members of Ceredigion Community Safety Partnership have been working together to raise awareness of and reduce vulnerability crimes within the county.


Coronavirus levels dangerously high in Ceredigion

Coronavirus levels dangerously high in Ceredigion

13/01/2021

Coronavirus levels are still dangerously high in Ceredigion.


Restrictions Business Fund opening for new applications in Ceredigion

Restrictions Business Fund opening for new applications in Ceredigion

13/01/2021

The Welsh Government Restrictions Business Grants package of financial business support linked to the current lockdown restrictions will open for new applications on Wednesday 13 January at 10.00am.


Rogue farmer sentenced for animal welfare offences

Rogue farmer sentenced for animal welfare offences

11/01/2021

On 6 January 2021, at Aberystwyth Justice Centre the Magistrates passed sentence on Mr. Toby Holland of Maesgwyn, Blaenporth after he was found guilty in his absence of 10 charges relating to Animal Welfare and Animal By-Products offences.


Residents warned of scammers over COVID-19 vaccine

Residents warned of scammers over COVID-19 vaccine

07/01/2021

Ceredigion residents are warned of Covid-19 vaccine scammers.


Census 2021 will provide a snapshot of modern society

Census 2021 will provide a snapshot of modern society

05/01/2021

Households across Ceredigion will soon be asked to take part in Census 2021.


Ceredigion residents urged to stay at home

Ceredigion residents urged to stay at home

30/12/2020

Residents of Ceredigion are being reminded that during Alert level 4 lockdown, people must stay at home except for very limited purposes. People must neither visit other households nor meet other people they do not live with.


Christmas restrictions Business Grants

Christmas restrictions Business Grants

23/12/2020

The Welsh Government has announced a package of financial business support linked to the Christmas period restrictions.


Welsh Government announce new advice to those who are clinically extremely vulnerable

Welsh Government announce new advice to those who are clinically extremely vulnerable

23/12/2020

The advice to those who are clinically extremely vulnerable, previously ‘shielding’ has changed from yesterday (22-12-20) to advise those within this group that they should no longer attend work or school outside the home.


As the festive period fast approaches, please think carefully about what you ‘should do’ rather than what you ‘can do’.

As the festive period fast approaches, please think carefully about what you ‘should do’ rather than what you ‘can do’.

23/12/2020

Coronavirus is spreading faster and wider in Wales than at any other point in this pandemic.


£110m Mid Wales Growth Deal reaches key milestone

£110m Mid Wales Growth Deal reaches key milestone

23/12/2020

The Mid Wales Growth Deal reached a significant milestone yesterday [Tuesday, 22 December] with the signing of the Heads of Terms by the Welsh Government, UK Government and the region’s local authorities.


Tîm Ceredigion Christmas Fundraiser

Tîm Ceredigion Christmas Fundraiser

23/12/2020

Instead of sending Christmas cards and gifts to colleagues, Team Ceredigion staff gave towards a worthy cause.


A warning to people in Aberystwyth area as the number of cases increase

A warning to people in Aberystwyth area as the number of cases increase

22/12/2020

We are seeing a significant increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the Aberystwyth area over recent days.


Ceredigion arrangements for Alert Level 4

Ceredigion arrangements for Alert Level 4

22/12/2020

Arrangements have been put in place for Ceredigion following Welsh Government’s announcement for Wales entering Alert Level 4.


Further positive COVID-19 cases in a Council Care Home

Further positive COVID-19 cases in a Council Care Home

22/12/2020

Further positive COVID-19 cases have been confirmed at Min y Mor Residential Care Home, Aberaeron. Several members of staff and all residents have now tested positive. All residents continue to be closely monitored.


Two Separate Ceredigion Traders sentenced for fraud by Aberystwyth Magistrates Court

Two Separate Ceredigion Traders sentenced for fraud by Aberystwyth Magistrates Court

21/12/2020

On 17 December 2020, two separate Ceredigion Traders were sentence by Aberystwyth Magistrates Court for fraud. Danny McClelland trading as DVC Home Improvements has been sentenced to 16 weeks imprisonment, suspended for 2 years, and ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work, 15 rehabilitation days and pay the victim £2,000 compensation after pleading guilty to fraud, whilst Colin Harding from Llandysul was given a 12 month Curfew Order with electronic monitoring from 7pm to 7am and ordered to pay £250 compensation within 14 days, a further £750 costs to Ceredigion County Council, and a court surcharge of £90.


Safe Zones adjustments for the New Year

Safe Zones adjustments for the New Year

21/12/2020

Adjustments for Ceredigion’s Safe Zones are planned for the New Year.


Aberaeron Harbour Development Opportunity: Developer/Operator Engagement Event

Aberaeron Harbour Development Opportunity: Developer/Operator Engagement Event

21/12/2020

Harbour and marina developers and operators are invited to hear about the significant development potential arising from the opportunity to take on a lease to operate Aberaeron Harbour.


Connect to Kindness – Make 2021 a kind one

Connect to Kindness – Make 2021 a kind one

21/12/2020

Connect to Kindness was launched in Summer 2020 in Ceredigion, Carmarthenshire and Pembrokeshire, with the message that simple acts of kindness can make a big difference. Its aim is to create more understanding about the benefit and impact of kindness to ourselves and others in our community.


Helping Santa and Mrs Corn

Helping Santa and Mrs Corn

21/12/2020

Dwynwen, Head of Theatr Felinfach was e-mailing her children's letter to Siôn Corn, when suddenly she heard the jingle of a bell. An e-mail had arrived, a reply from Santa!


Our responsibility to keep our family COVID-19 free this Christmas

Our responsibility to keep our family COVID-19 free this Christmas

21/12/2020

The number of COVID-19 cases in Ceredigion continues to increase at an alarming rate.


Higher level restrictions to control the coronavirus come into effect from midnight tonight

Higher level restrictions to control the coronavirus come into effect from midnight tonight

19/12/2020

Following the four UK Nations meeting earlier today the Welsh Government announced that the higher level restrictions, alert level 4 would come into force from midnight tonight on Saturday 19 December 2020 for the whole of Wales.


Flood warnings for Ceredigion

Flood warnings for Ceredigion

18/12/2020

A number of Flood Warnings have been issued in Ceredigion and over the county’s border.


Ceredigion Schools arrangements to return to learning in January

Ceredigion Schools arrangements to return to learning in January

18/12/2020

Arrangements for the return to Ceredigion schools for January 2021 have been announced.


Free Oil Kits to shape the future for a stronger Cardigan Bay coast

Free Oil Kits to shape the future for a stronger Cardigan Bay coast

16/12/2020

Free oil spill kits will be provided to respond quickly to an accident along the Cardigan Bay coast.


The Battle of the Bulbs – what a palavar! (Brwydr y Bylbiau – am Randi-bŵ!)

The Battle of the Bulbs – what a palavar! (Brwydr y Bylbiau – am Randi-bŵ!)

15/12/2020

As we look towards a new year with the hope of a less challenging, kinder 2021 – Theatr Felinfach’s Panto crew have kept their distance by coming together to create a mini panto to guide us towards Christmas.


Pilot scheme to improve waste presentation and boost recycling

Pilot scheme to improve waste presentation and boost recycling

15/12/2020

New template signs and floor stencils have been created to help improve waste presentation in bin compounds around Ceredigion.


Celebrating safely this festive period

Celebrating safely this festive period

14/12/2020

Ceredigion residents are reminded to be vigilant this festive period in order to protect loved ones and the community.


Ceredigion Museum’s new podcast will explore untold stories of Aberystwyth

Ceredigion Museum’s new podcast will explore untold stories of Aberystwyth

14/12/2020

Thanks to a successful bid for the ’15-minute heritage’ fund, a partnership between The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Cadw – the Welsh Government’s historic environment service, Ceredigion Museum will be leading a new and innovative project in 2021, to capture the untold stories of Aberystwyth on digital platforms.


Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

14/12/2020

Pupils in one Contact Group at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Pupils at Ysgol Bro Teifi asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Pupils at Ysgol Bro Teifi asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

14/12/2020

A Contact Group at Ysgol Bro Teifi, Llandysul have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of a further COVID-19 case at the school.


Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gymraeg, Aberystwyth asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gymraeg, Aberystwyth asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

14/12/2020

Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gymraeg, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Remote learning for pupils at Ysgol Bro Pedr from Monday, 14 December 2020

Remote learning for pupils at Ysgol Bro Pedr from Monday, 14 December 2020

13/12/2020

All pupils at Ysgol Bro Pedr, including the Primary classes will be taught remotely following further cases of COVID-19 in the school. The only pupils on the Secondary sector site will be pupils at Canolfan y Bont and some pupils with English as an Additional Language.


Positive COVID-19 cases in a Council Care Home

Positive COVID-19 cases in a Council Care Home

13/12/2020

Positive COVID-19 cases have been confirmed at Min y Mor Residential Care Home, Aberaeron. Several members of staff and residents have tested positive. All residents continue to be closely monitored.


Concern regarding the rate of increase of COVID-19 cases in Ceredigion

Concern regarding the rate of increase of COVID-19 cases in Ceredigion

12/12/2020

The level of COVID-19 cases in Ceredigion continues to rise. The latest figures show that over the last 7 days, there have been 150 new cases which takes the County to 206.3 per 100,000 population (as at 1pm, 10 December 2020).


Premises Improvement notice served to hospitality business in Ceredigion

Premises Improvement notice served to hospitality business in Ceredigion

11/12/2020

A hospitality business in Llwyncelyn has been required to make improvements to safeguard the public’s health and well-being as part of the coronavirus regulations.


Pupils at Ysgol Bro Teifi asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 cases confirmed

Pupils at Ysgol Bro Teifi asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 cases confirmed

11/12/2020

A Contact Group at Ysgol Bro Teifi, Llandysul have been asked to self-isolate for 10 days following the confirmation of COVID-19 cases at the school.


Fixed Penalty Notice issued to a Ceredigion public house

Fixed Penalty Notice issued to a Ceredigion public house

11/12/2020

A public house in Aberaeron has been issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice of £1,000 for breaching the Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (No.4) (Wales) Regulations 2020.


Premises Improvement Notices lifted on four Aberystwyth takeaway premises

Premises Improvement Notices lifted on four Aberystwyth takeaway premises

11/12/2020

Four takeaway premises in Aberystwyth have had their Premises Improvement Notices terminated after being monitored by officers from Ceredigion County Council’s Public Protection Team.


Ceredigion Schools to move to distanced learning from Monday, 14 December 2020

Ceredigion Schools to move to distanced learning from Monday, 14 December 2020

10/12/2020

Secondary Schools in Ceredigion will close for face to face learning from Monday, 14 December and all Primary Schools from Tuesday, 15 December 2020. From 15 to 18 December, all Ceredigion pupils will be taught remotely.


High achievement for Complaints and Freedom of Information Service

High achievement for Complaints and Freedom of Information Service

10/12/2020

The Annual Report of Compliments, Complaints and Freedom of Information Activity – 2019/2020 was put before Council on 10 December 2020.


Remote learning for pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron from Friday, 11th December 2020

Remote learning for pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron from Friday, 11th December 2020

10/12/2020

Pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Aberaeron will be taught remotely following further cases of COVID-19 in the school.


Mandatory Housing of Poultry in Response to Increased Risk of Avian Influenza

Mandatory Housing of Poultry in Response to Increased Risk of Avian Influenza

10/12/2020

In response to the increased risk of Avian Influenza, there will be a legal requirement for all poultry and captive birds to be housed, or otherwise separated from wild birds from 14 December in Wales.


Various locations available to drop-off gifts for care home residents

Various locations available to drop-off gifts for care home residents

10/12/2020

Arrangements have been made for family, friends and well-wishers to leave gifts for Ceredigion’s care home residents at various community hubs across the county.


Coronavirus self-isolation and quarantine reduced to 10 days

Coronavirus self-isolation and quarantine reduced to 10 days

10/12/2020

The time people have to self-isolate for coronavirus will be reduced from 14 days to 10.


Improvements required at takeaway premises in Lampeter

Improvements required at takeaway premises in Lampeter

09/12/2020

A takeaway premises in Lampeter has been required to make improvements to safeguard the public’s health and well-being as part of the coronavirus regulations.


Premises Closure Notice terminated on premises in Aberystwyth

Premises Closure Notice terminated on premises in Aberystwyth

09/12/2020

A takeaway premises in Aberystwyth has had its Premises Closure Notice terminated following re-inspection by officers from Ceredigion County Council’s Public Protection Team.


Pupils at Ysgol Bro Pedr asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Pupils at Ysgol Bro Pedr asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

09/12/2020

A small number of pupils at Ysgol Bro Pedr, Lampeter have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Pupils at Ysgol Bro Teifi asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 cases confirmed

Pupils at Ysgol Bro Teifi asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 cases confirmed

09/12/2020

A Contact Group at Ysgol Bro Teifi, Llandysul have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of COVID-19 cases at the school.


Nursery Class pupils at Aberaeron Primary School asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Nursery Class pupils at Aberaeron Primary School asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

09/12/2020

Nursery Class pupils at Aberaeron Primary School have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Views of the public sought to inform the Ceredigion Economic Strategy

Views of the public sought to inform the Ceredigion Economic Strategy

08/12/2020

Ceredigion businesses and residents are invited to comment on Ceredigion County Council's Economic Strategy for the county.


Closure notice issued to a takeaway premise in Aberystwyth

Closure notice issued to a takeaway premise in Aberystwyth

08/12/2020

A takeaway premise in Aberystwyth has been closed after it failed to comply with a premises improvement notice.


Pupils at Ysgol Henry Richard asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Pupils at Ysgol Henry Richard asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

08/12/2020

Pupils in the Nursery and Reception class at Ysgol Henry Richard, Tregaron have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.


Pupils in Years 12 and 13 at Ysgol Bro Pedr asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

Pupils in Years 12 and 13 at Ysgol Bro Pedr asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed

08/12/2020

Pupils in the Year 12 and 13 at Ysgol Bro Pedr, Lampeter have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.