Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gymunedol Llangwyryfon asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gymunedol Llangwyryfon have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.
The proposal to develop a Wellbeing Centre in Lampeter was approved at a Cabinet meeting on 01 December 2020.
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gynradd Ciliau Parc asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gynradd Ciliau Parc, Ciliau Aeron have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.
Proprietors of three takeaways in Aberystwyth town centre have been warned that their businesses may face closure if they fail to take reasonable measures to provide or require the use of personal protective equipment and face coverings by persons working on their premises.
The number of coronavirus cases in Ceredigion continues to increase and we ask all residents to follow the guidelines to reduce the spread of the virus.
Whether you are a new carer or have been caring for someone for a while, it’s important that you understand your rights and you’re able to access the support that is available to you as soon as you need it. Wherever you are in your caring journey.
Dewis Cymru has an online Wales-wide directory that Ceredigion residents can use to find a wealth of resources and opportunities in the County.
The Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Functions of Local Authorities etc.) (Wales) Regulations 2020 provides local authorities in Wales with powers to control premises, events and public places in their areas to help control coronavirus within their areas. This includes closing premises and public places and stopping events where necessary.
Pupils in the Year 10 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.
The Welsh Government has updated its operational guidance on the use of face coverings in secondary schools and colleges.
Students planning to travel to Ceredigion for the festive season are encouraged to book a coronavirus test whether they have symptoms or not.
A hospitality business in Devil’s Bridge has been required to make improvements to safeguard the public’s health and well-being as part of the coronavirus regulations.
Customers and workers of food and drink establishments are reminded to wear a face covering.
Ceredigion County Council is working with Sustrans Cymru as part of Welsh Government’s Active Travel Network Map consultation (ATNM). In this initial phase, we are looking for your feedback on where you would like to see improvements to walking and cycling in Aberystwyth, Cardigan and Lampeter.
On the 18th November 2020, two Cardigan businesses were required to improve their measures to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus on their premises.
As the number of coronavirus cases in Cardigan and surrounding areas continue to rise, Ceredigion County Council is taking every step to help stop the virus from spreading further in our communities.
Cashless parking charges are being introduced in Ceredigion to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission associated with cash transactions.
As the number of positive coronavirus cases in the Cardigan area continues to increase, now is the time for us all to work together to stop the spread of the virus. Extra support measures have now been put in place in Cardigan.
Pupils in two Contact Groups at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 cases confirmed
Two positive cases of COVID-19 at Ysgol Gyfun Penweddig has resulted in pupils from more than one contact group and pupils travelling on one bus needing to self-isolate for 14 days.
Ceredigion County Council are working with third sector partners to support individuals and families who need to self-isolate due to COVID-19.
Following the increase of positive COVID-19 cases in the Cardigan area, the Council are reminding all residents to think carefully about how they dispose of their waste.
Pupils in the Reception Class 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.
A small number of Pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais asked to self-isolate as a further COVID-19 case confirmed
A small number of pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a further COVID-19 case at the school.
People in the Cardigan locality are asked to take extra precautionary measures as evidence emerges that the coronavirus is spreading in the community.
Ceredigion County Council is urging its residents to follow the coronavirus guidelines as the number of cases rises in the County.
Ceredigion County Council and partner organisations are becoming increasingly concerned about the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in the Cardigan area.
A public house in Cardigan has been required to make improvements to safeguard the public’s health and well-being as part of the coronavirus regulations.
As a result of the Covid-19 restrictions, the organisers of the annual ‘Ar Eich Marciau’ quiz were forced to make very different plans for this year’s competition.
A public house in Lampeter has been required to make improvements to safeguard the public’s health and well-being as part of the coronavirus regulations.
It’s really important that we all keep safe during the current situation, and follow Government guidance. At the same time, let’s spare a thought for the local environment and Ceredigion County Council’s waste collection crews.
The Make your Mark Ballot 2020 is now open and is an opportunity for 11-18 year olds across the United Kingdom to have their say by choosing which national and local topics that affect them the most in their everyday lives.
With cases in Ceredigion on the rise, let’s think about what we’re doing to ensure that the numbers of the coronavirus don’t rise further. It’s not the virus that’s moving, it’s people that move the virus.
A Group of Year 8 pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.
A public house in Lampeter has been closed down over breach of coronavirus regulations.
Flood Warnings has been issued for the tidal area at Cardigan and Borth.
Individuals, groups, businesses and organisations within Ceredigion still have time to submit innovative ideas to the Cynnal y Cardi team.
The situation at MHA Hafan y Waun Care Home, Waunfawr, Aberystwyth remains challenging and partner organisations continue to deal with a significant incident at the Home.
Improvements have been made in an Aberystwyth public house and the Premises Improvement Notice that was in force has now been terminated.
Enfys James is a Contact Tracer Officer. She is part of a Team working within the Public Health Protection Team for Ceredigion County Council. Here you will get an insight into the day of a Contact Tracer Officer.
Following the confirmation of a number of positive coronavirus cases at a Care Home in Aberystwyth, members of the public are reminded not to visit the site.
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gynradd Llwyn yr Eos asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gynradd Llwyn yr Eos, Penparcau, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.
Year 7 Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed
Year 7 pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gyfun Penglais, Aberystwyth have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.
From 9 November 2020, up to 15 people will be allowed to take part in indoor activities organised by a club or recognised body.
Staff in each Care Home across Ceredigion are routinely tested fortnightly for COVID-19, in line with government guidelines. From last weeks’ testing, COVID-19 positive cases have been confirmed at MHA Hafan y Waun Care Home, Waunfawr, Aberystwyth, which is an independent Care Home. A number of staff received positive test results and therefore all residents were tested. A number of residents have tested positive for COVID-19 and an incident has been declared at the Home.
To mark this year’s Remembrance Sunday, wreaths were laid on behalf of the Authority on Sunday, 08 November 2020.
Adjustments to Ceredigion Safe Zones are being put into place following coming out of the firebreak lockdown.
The firebreak regulations remain in force in Wales until Monday, 09 November 2020, and over this weekend people are urged to strictly follow all rules in an attempt to regain control over the coronavirus.
Aberystwyth Young People partner up with Arad Goch to launch powerful short film to raise awareness of Youth Homelessness
In February 2020, young people from Penparcau Youth Club, who form the Aberystwyth Community Ambassadors Group, completed a new project in partnership with Arad Goch. Arad Goch and Ceredigion Youth Service worked together to create a short film in a bid to educate and raise awareness of youth homelessness. The project was funded by Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations’ (CAVO) Youth Led Grant Scheme and the Arts Council of Wales.
Ceredigion residents are being warned they risk fines of up to £10,000 and possible criminal conviction if they breach COVID rules.
Following the successful launch of the Ceredigion Adult Carers Card launched at the beginning of October, Ceredigion is proud to be the first county in Wales to launch a Young Carers Card as part of the Welsh Government National ID Card initiative. The aim is that each area of Wales will have a Young Carers ID Card by 2022.
A new online Winter Well-being Hub has been created to support Ceredigion residents.
If you live in a cold home in the town of Cardigan, your home may be eligible for a heating upgrade, wall or loft insulation or solar panels all free of charge under Welsh Government’s Arbed scheme.
A small number of pupils 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.
Showing acts of kindness is now more important than ever, and this is why a kindness calendar has been launched as part of the Connect to Kindness campaign in Ceredigion.
Community venues across Ceredigion will close in line with the coronavirus firebreak period announced by the Welsh Government.
The views and feedback of Ceredigion residents and visitors are being sought on the safe zones.
The Ffostrasol Arms, Llandysul, has been permitted to reopen after improving its procedures and facilities in response to a closure notice issued on 15 October 2020.
Students are asked to stay at their university accommodation during the coronavirus firebreak lockdown, and not travel to their home addresses or stay with others.
Two Aberystwyth pubs have been required to improve their measures to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus on their premises.
Following the announcement by First Minister Mark Drakeford that introduced a ‘fire break’ across Wales, Ceredigion County Council will not be closing the roads daily within the safe zones between 6pm on Friday, 23 October and 11am on 09 November.
A new Tenancy Saver Loan scheme to help tenants struggling with rent arrears due to coronavirus has launched.
The views of Ceredigion residents are sought on a review of Statement of Licensing Policy and also the Cumulative Impact Assessment for Aberystwyth Town by Ceredigion County Council.
A two week fire break lockdown will come into force in Wales, to reduce the spread of the coronavirus.
On 16 October 2020, at Swansea Magistrates Court a verdict was delivered concerning the appeal against the refusal to renew a dog breeding license to David Jones, and Eleri Jones both of Penwern Capel Dewi, Llandysul. This was following a 2 day hearing held at Aberystwyth Justice Centre on the 1 – 2 October 2020.
A report has been compiled showing the impact of the Coronavirus on Ceredigion’s economy.
A Ceredigion premises has been closed down over breach of coronavirus regulations.
A travel restriction will come into force in Wales from 6pm on Friday 16 October 2020.
To celebrate Shwmae Su’mae Day 2020, Ceredigion County Council aims to encourage more use of the Welsh language.
Two rural public houses in Ceredigion have been required to improve the measures they take to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus at their premises.
Blue Badge holders in Ceredigion are encouraged to renew their passes if they have expired during the lockdown period. Please be advised that renewal reminders letter are no longer issued.
People in Ceredigion are urged to stay apart to play their part as the seasons change and as the coronavirus wakes up for winter.
Over four Saturdays in September, Theatr Felinfach hosted Gŵyl yr Enfys (The Rainbow Festival).
The Dyfed Powys Police and Crime Panel are asking residents for their views on CCTV.
A new wrap-around support service to help you and your loved ones live independently for longer is now available in Ceredigion.
Theatr Felinfach has been included on a long list of 121 nominations from across the United Kingdom to create a Regional Exhibition for the Achates 2020 Award.
Barry Rees MBE, Corporate Director stated “I am very proud to receive this honour in recognition of the fantastic teamwork that has contributed to Ceredigion’s fight against coronavirus. It would be far more appropriate for this to be a team honour rather than an individual one, so I want to acknowledge the work of many valued colleagues working for Ceredigion County Council who have continued to provide ongoing leadership, support, inspiration, resolve and initiative throughout this crisis. All of this enabled us to put my initial idea of a local contact tracing system into practice in less than a week at the early stages of the pandemic.
October 10, 2020 is World Homeless Day, which is an international day to raise awareness and encourage local communities to help those who are homeless.
An Aberystwyth public house has been required to improve the measures it takes to minimise the risk of exposure to coronavirus on its premises.
A dog breeder from Talsarn near Lampeter has been found guilty for four charges relating to his dog breeding licence.
Every secondary school pupil in Ceredigion will receive two reusable masks.
A guilty plea was reached for 9 charges relating to animal welfare, animal by-products and bovine tuberculosis regulations at a livestock farm and dog breeding establishment near Llandysul.
A Carer Card has been launched for unpaid carers who look after family members or friends who wouldn’t be able to manage on their own without the support and care of an unpaid carer.
The Mill Inn, Aberystwyth, has been permitted to reopen after improving its procedures and facilities in response to a closure notice issued last month.
In light of the number of Coronavirus cases rising sharply in Ceredigion, an updated position statement from Ceredigion partners to further ensure the health and safety of our communities is necessary.
Following confirmation of a COVID-19 cluster within the student community at Aberystwyth University, a multi-agency Incident Management Team has been established.
In light of the recent rise in the number of positive COVID-19 cases in Ceredigion, Ceredigion County Council has written to members of the Play Area Network to encourage them to consider their own facility, whether they are already open to the public or they are planning to reopen shortly.
In August, temporary traffic orders were introduced so that Safe Zones for four Ceredigion towns could remain for up to 18 months subject to regular reviews so minor adjustments can be made.
With the number of Coronavirus cases rising sharply in Ceredigion, the decision has been made to close all Council run leisure centres, swimming pools and facilities as a precautionary measure.
A nationally advertised two day motorsport event with onsite camping due to be held at Ceredigion this coming weekend has been served with an Event Direction not to be held.
The Welsh Government is bringing in new coronavirus measures to reduce the spread of the Coronavirus.
A Ceredigion premises has been closed down over breach of coronavirus regulations.
The public’s views are sought on a coastal defence scheme for Aberaeron.
As a leading recycling authority in Wales, Ceredigion County Council is supporting a national recycling campaign, ‘Be Mighty, Recycle’ to get Wales to number one as the best recycling country.
The Active Young People (AYP) team have been working virtually since lockdown in order to respond to children and young people’s needs over the past few months.
Welsh Government have updated their advice and guidance on masks.
Ceredigion County Council has approved the statement of accounts following a report from the Audit Wales. The report shows a positive performance of the council’s financial management.
Following concern that some members of the public do are not adhering fully to the rules of self-isolation, Ceredigion County Council is keen to remind Ceredigion residents of Welsh Government guidance in order to protect our communities.
Penweddig Comprehensive School has appointed a new Headteacher to lead the school.
Businesses in Ceredigion are reminded to keep to the coronavirus rules to avoid a rise in cases.
People in Ceredigion are being urged to strictly follow the coronavirus guidelines as the number of cases in Ceredigion increase.
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gynradd Penllwyn asked to self-isolate as COVID-19 case confirmed
Pupils in a Contact Group at Ysgol Gynradd Penllwyn, Capel Bangor have been asked to self-isolate for 14 days following the confirmation of a COVID-19 case at the school.
Ceredigion residents are reminded that the coronavirus has not gone away and is still a risk to the public.
Visits to all Care Homes in Ceredigion have been temporarily suspended.
The Public Space Protection Orders (PSPOs) to address alcohol related Anti-Social Behaviour have been extended for another three years in three town centres in Ceredigion.
On 7 September 2020, Borth Wild Animal Zoo Ltd appeared at Aberystwyth Magistrates’ court to respond to an appeal against Ceredigion County Council’s decision to issue Closure Directions in relation to the Zoo for failing to comply with a number of Directions.
Parents and guardians across Ceredigion are being reminded to follow social distancing guidelines when collecting their children from schools in the county.
IF we don’t social distance, we risk going into a local lockdown – that’s the message from south west Wales local authority leaders, the health board and Dyfed-Powys Police.
Aberystwyth University has launched five ‘community promises’ as part of its plans to ensure the safety of students, staff and the wider community as it prepares to welcome students back later this month.
Advice has been shared to the residents of Caerphilly County Borough who are on holiday in Ceredigion and to accommodation providers.
When it comes to health and social care issues, knowing that your needs and requirements are being dealt with in safe and experienced hands gives people an invaluable peace of mind – and that’s exactly what Porth Ceredigion does.
£200,000 of Welsh Government Transforming Towns funding has been made available for towns across Mid Wales to fund adaptions in town centres to facilitate trading and public safety in response to Coronavirus. This will include things like outdoor tables and chairs, screens, awnings, outdoor heating and outdoor electricity supply and lighting to outdoor trading spaces to ensure that areas are segregated and safe and that business can operate under current social distancing requirements.
Ceredigion County Council is currently putting plans into place to resume indoor visits at each of the Local Authority Care Homes in Ceredigion in accordance with the announcement of the First Minister on Thursday 20th August. However, in order to ensure that these visits are planned with the correct safety measures in place, we will not be introducing these visits immediately.
Ceredigion pupils will return to school gradually from September onwards.
Preparations are now well underway to ensure the highest standards of public safety are in place when Ceredigion’s Leisure Centres and Swimming Pools partially reopen.
First Minister Mark Drakeford announced that multi-purpose community centres including community centres, village halls, church halls and other community centres could reopen from 30 July. However, Welsh Government announced changes in the regulations on 7 August and the national guidance is currently being updated. Welsh Government have advised authorities that the regulations on social gathering will still prevent certain activities from taking place.
The public are urged to be vigilant over the next few hours following an amber weather warning for strong winds as Storm Francis hits parts of Wales.
Ceredigion County Council would like to congratulate pupils receiving their GCSE results today.
Strong winds, large waves and high tides are predicted on Thursday, 20 August until Friday 21, August.
Following close competition from across Wales, The Hub Penparcau’s scarecrow has come out on top and has won the title of Scarecrow Champion of Wales 2020.
Bars, cafés and restaurants in Ceredigion are being reminded that lockdown laws still do not permit people from different extended households or ‘social bubbles’ to meet together in order to eat or drink inside their premises.
The Art Fund’s ‘Respond and Reimagine’ grant will help create a state-of-the-art digital quilt for a show stopping quilt exhibition to welcome visitors back to Ceredigion Museum when it reopens. The quilt will be the first exhibit to be available digitally for visitors unable to come to the museum in person.
In preparation for the GCSE exam results this week, it has been confirmed that school-set Centre Assessed Grades will be used to award the pupil’s grades.
Local residents are being encouraged not to lose their voice on decisions that affect them by making sure their electoral registration details are up to date.
The safe zones in four Ceredigion towns will continue following a recent consultation exercise, which is now closed.
In order to mark VJ day Mr Walford Hughes MBE had a chat with the First Minister for Wales Mark Drakeford.
Following a closely run competition CERED is pleased to announce that the winner of the Ceredigion round of “Brwydr y Bwgan Brain” (Battle of the Scarecrows) is Yr Hwb Community Group, Penparcau.
The 2020 annual canvass is required by law and will continue despite the coronavirus pandemic.
With the demand for fast, reliable internet connectivity never being so evident than in the past few months, with a greater reliance on online services and many more people now working from home, Ceredigion has been chosen as a trial area for a UK Government initiative aimed at increasing fibre broadband in rural areas.
Preparations are underway to ensure the highest standards of public safety are in place when Local Authority Leisure Centres and Swimming Pools reopen in Ceredigion.
The Cam Nesa project is part of European Structural Funds (ESF) Operational Programme and work’s with young people aged between 16 and 24 by providing them with options to access a range of tailored personal support and work-related opportunities to meet their needs and aspirations.
Ceredigion County Council has announced its latest apprentice recruitment drive with 6 new and exciting opportunities now being advertised at careers.ceredigion.gov.uk.
Young people between the ages of 16-25 have taken part in a photography competition, the aim of the photography competition was to capture lockdown through the eyes of Ceredigion’s young people, as well as to give them the opportunity to take part in a virtual activity and express their own personal experience of lockdown.
This year, the National Eisteddfod’s alternative Eisteddfod, Gŵyl AmGen, includes an innovative production of ‘Dan y Wenallt’, which is an adaptation of T James Jones’ translation of Under Milk Wood, performed by Theatr Soffa – a brand new company created by CERED, Menter Iaith Sir Benfro and Span Art.
Penweddig School is getting ready to safely re-open its doors to pupils in September 2020 as Hywel Dda University Health Board gratefully hands back the site to Ceredigion County Council.
Safe Zones have been in place in four Ceredigion towns for three weeks.
A survey has been launched to gather views on the Safe Zones in four Ceredigion towns.
A new service has been launched to ensure short term unemployed people in west Wales get the practical hands on support needed to get into work.
Households in the Tregaron area are receiving a questionnaire around the Cylch Caron scheme.
A collection of useful words relating to the coronavirus pandemic has been compiled and is available at your fingertips.
Families and friends will be able to visit their loved ones once again at Ceredigion County Council Residential Care Homes.
On 17 July, sections of the Ceredigion Coast Path that had been temporarily closed have now reopened.
First Minister Mark Drakeford announced that children’s playgrounds will be able to reopen gradually from 20 July, and over the following weeks as and when safety checks and mitigations are put in place.
Simple acts of kindness can make a big difference – that’s the message from a new campaign being launched in Ceredigion today, Friday 17 July.
Ceredigion Actif has come up with a novel way of getting members ready to return to sport when the time comes. The Active Young People team has partnered up with over 20 community sports clubs in Ceredigion in a campaign to produce videos of activities that residents can do at home.
Ceredigion Museum’s ground-breaking ‘Sheep’ exhibition has been shortlisted for the Museums & Heritage Awards 2020 ‘Temporary or Touring Exhibition’ category.
Safe Zones have been created in four Ceredigion towns to create an open, safe space.
On 1 May, a group of 20 exercise referral clients in Ceredigion took up the challenge to virtually walk the Welsh coastal path. Some people did it by walking around their kitchens, some in their gardens and some when they went out locally for their daily exercise.
As the coronavirus restrictions are being eased, Ceredigion is welcoming visitors safely and gradually.
For the first time this year, Mentrau Iaith Cymru is holding a national competition to encourage people across Wales to create scarecrows (Bwgan Brain in Welsh).
As part of Caru Ceredigion everyone can play their part in helping keep our county clean.
The Flying Start team have been busy adapting their services during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ceredigion County Council wants to create safe, inviting towns for people to confidently come shopping and to enjoy, enabling businesses to reopen and successfully trade whilst also keeping people safe.
Ceredigion pupils will be back in their schools to receive full-time education in September.
The first Ceredigion safe zones for pedestrians are being put in place in four town centres.
Self-contained visitor accommodation will begin to re-open in Wales from 11 July.
A new strategy to tackle hardship in Ceredigion has been approved.
Carers Week took place from 8-14 June 2020 across the UK. It is an annual awareness campaign which takes place to celebrate and recognise the vital contribution made by the UK’s 6.5 million unpaid carers who look after family, and friends who couldn’t manage on their own.
Ceredigion Youth Service were awarded the National Participation Standards Kite Mark on 22 June 2020 for their work involving the participation of young people.
Ceredigion County Council in partnership with Ceredigion Association of Voluntary Organisations (CAVO) and local community groups are ensuring that adults across Ceredigion who may be experiencing loneliness, isolation or vulnerabilities as a result of COVID-19 receive wellbeing packs to support them during this difficult period.
In response to the challenge posed by the Coronavirus epidemic, all formal and informal Welsh classes have been moved online.
Further changes come into force to ease the lockdown in Wales due to the continued fall in the number of coronavirus cases.
Plans are being put into place to create safe zones for pedestrians in Ceredigion town centres.
Maisie, a year 5 student from Ysgol Bro Sion Cwilt got creative during the lockdown period through creating embroidered items depicting elements of the lockdown period. Maisie planned and made the creations with the help of her Auntie.
Coleg Ceredigion, supported by Cynnal y Cardi, has completed a feasibility study with the construction sector in Ceredigion.
Sian Howys has been appointed as Ceredigion County Council’s Corporate Lead Officer for Porth Cynnal (Specialist Services) and the role of Statutory Director for Social Services.
Refugee Week was celebrated nationwide between 15 and 19 June. Here, in Ceredigion it was a chance to give recognition to the positive work that’s been carried out that has enabled 74 refugees from Syria to be welcomed into the county.
Following Welsh Government guidelines, Ceredigion is reopening carefully, slowly and safely.
Loyal blood donors in Ceredigion have responded to a request from the Welsh Blood Service to ‘donate differently’ by rolling up their sleeves to make a lifesaving donation at one of the Service’s new regional hubs.
Ceredigion Youth Service celebrated Youth Work Week between 22 and 28 June, a week dedicated to celebrating Youth Work all across Wales.
With the warm, sunny and dry weather we have recently been experiencing and with the lockdown rules starting to be relaxed in Wales, the message has changed from “stay home” to “stay local”, which seems like a perfect opportunity to start to enjoy the wonderful countryside and beaches that we have to offer. However, since the announcement was made on Friday 29 May, Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service (MAWWFRS) have attended 98 grass fires that have either been started deliberately or were accidental.
Ceredigion County Council in partnership with local community groups and services are ensuring that women and girls have access to feminine hygiene products.
A Ceredigion resident has set out on a new career path after receiving support by Workways+.
New businesses have been able to access monthly online sessions to develop their businesses.
Survey launched to identify research priorities for the social care and support of people aged 65 and over
How can we best provide sustainable care and support to help older people live happier and more fulfilling lives?
Following the substantial work that construction company WRW have carried out, the plans for the Integrated Resource Centre, Cylch Caron have been approved.
As the Welsh Government further relaxes its coronavirus restrictions, it’s even more important that we all work together to reduce the risk of infection as shops and the tourism industry gradually reopen.
Ceredigion schools will reopen for a period of three weeks, instead of the four weeks originally noted.
Armed Forces Week is on between 22 and 27 June this year.
As we move into the Adjustment Phase of the Coronavirus COVID-19 Pandemic, we reflect on the work that has been done so far to attempt to control the virus in Ceredigion.
Shops in Ceredigion can reopen from Monday, 22 June 2020, following the announcement by Wales’ First Minister.
Further steps was announced by First Minister Mark Drakeford today, Friday 19 June to unlock Wales.
Ceredigion County Council has published its Welsh Language Standards’ Annual Monitoring Report following approval in a recent Cabinet meeting.
On Tuesday 30 June, Theatr Felinfach will launch a recording of one of T Llew Jones' classics, the novel ‘Tân ar y Comin’ with an accompanying picture of Gwenllian Beynon's work. This is the latest project in the Imagine series, which are digital creative activities provided by the theatre during the lockdown on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and YouTube platforms.
Three of Ceredigion’s Household Waste Sites have now reopened.
A list of grants and support available for those individuals facing hardship during the coronavirus pandemic is now available in one place.
The county’s libraries will partially reopen safely this month by offering customers a click and collect service.
Pwerdy Iaith Aberaeron held an online quiz called Cwis Zoom Aberaeron on Wednesday 11 June, in order to raise the spirits of the community during this challenging time.
Ceredigion County Council’s Chairman, Councillor Gareth Davies, would like to extend special greetings to a resident in the county who celebrated a special birthday and turned 102 years old.
The Leaders of the Growing Mid Wales Board have shared their vision for the Mid Wales economy and progressing the Mid Wales Growth Deal with the Welsh and UK Governments on 11 June 2020.
A letter has been sent from Ceredigion to the Welsh Parliament regarding a concern about the Welsh language in schools under the proposed Curriculum and Assessment Bill.
Ceredigion Youth Service has been awarded £99,000 by the National Lottery Community Fund to develop a mobile provision for children and young people.
The Household Waste Site (HWS) at Glanyrafon, near Aberystwyth re-opened on Thursday 4 June.
The vital work of matching children with their new forever families across Mid and West Wales is continuing despite the Covid-19 outbreak.
Parcels which include local food produce are continuing to be delivered to 900 shielding residents in Ceredigion each week.
Schools in Ceredigion will start to make arrangements to reopen before the end of the summer term to ‘Check in and Catch Up’.
Ceredigion County Council will not be relaxing or changing its position in relation to services and facilities it provides at this time. The only exception is the scheduled reopening of the Household Waste Sites.
The Council’s work is going ahead with restarting its meetings, being held online.
Carers Week runs from Monday 8 June to Sunday 14 June. It is an annual campaign to recognise the contribution that unpaid Carers make to families and communities. Carers look after a friend or family member who cannot manage on their own because they have an illness, poor health, disability, mental health issue or an addiction.
People volunteer for personal reasons and these can differ from person to person. Some people volunteer for social reasons and others want to learn new skills and get work experience. The one thing that all volunteers have in common is the wonderful warm feeling they get from helping others.
Household Waste Sites (HWS) across Ceredigion are to reopen, on different dates between 04 and 17 June. Residents are urged only to visit the sites if this is essential - if the waste items can’t be stored safely at home or if it they can’t be collected as part of the usual domestic waste collections.
A number of support packages have been made available to support businesses in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. Following an update to the Welsh Government COVID-19 Business grants scheme on 26 May, Not for Profit organisations operating for charitable purposes are now able to apply for a business grant of up to £10,000.
Ceredigion Museum has an exceptional collection of quilts, bursting with social history and stories about the past, which will be exhibited once visitors can be welcomed back to the museum. Two new quilts, one real and one digital, are going to be added to the collection, to help commemorate shared experiences of the COVID-19 pandemic and to capture the experiences of the community during this transformative moment in time.
Ceredigion County Council is the first county in Wales to receive approval to fully coordinate the Shielding Scheme locally, providing support to over 900 people weekly.
All six golf courses in Ceredigion will remain closed until 1 June 2020.
The Active Young People team and Young Ambassadors from Ceredigion Schools have been busy preparing resources for activities and skills that children can do at home during lockdown.
Ceredigion Museum currently holds over 65,000 historic artefacts that tell the story of Ceredigion from prehistoric times to the modern day. To accommodate these, the Cynnal y Cardi Local Action Group via the LEADER scheme has supported a feasibility study to explore the options of creating a state of the art, eco-friendly storage facility to accommodate all of the museum’s stored collections.
As Sue Darnbrook retires from her role as a Corporate Director at Ceredigion County Council after almost 11 years, Councillors share their thanks.
Following nearly 11 years of service in Ceredigion, Sue Darnbrook, Corporate Director at Ceredigion County Council, is today retiring.
The message remains clear in Ceredigion – there will be no changes to the restrictions, and the next three weeks are vital for the county.
Theatr Felinfach is well known as an example of excellence in the field of Community Arts and Participatory Art, but of course like most other businesses and organisations at the moment, it is currently closed.
Ceredigion County Council has developed and is implementing a contact-tracing method for coronavirus in Ceredigion.
A Ceredigion barbershop has been served with a prohibition notice after continuing to use its premises to provide services.
Ahead of the May Bank Holiday weekend, Ceredigion County Council is warning residents that there has been no changes to the restrictions currently in place.
In response to Penweddig building being used to form part of Ysbyty Enfys Aberystwyth, contingency plans have been put in place if pupils were to return gradually to school before September 2020.
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Ceredigion County Council is proud to be supporting Hywel Dda University Health Board by establishing two temporary field hospitals in the county in response to COVID-19.
Ceredigion secondary schools have gone above and beyond to produce more than 2,800 visors in response to the coronavirus crisis.
A 16 year old Ysgol Penglais pupil has become an internet statistic sensation during the Coronavirus pandemic.
During this challenging period, Porth Cymorth Cynnar has established a virtual platform to ensure that we are able to keep in touch with vulnerable residents across Ceredigion.
Thanks to everyone for staying at home. We know this is hard, but your actions are making a difference.
New guidance and support is published in light of recent changes to the restrictions and closure of holiday accommodation provisions, detailing some specific exceptions.
Businesses in Ceredigion are urged to apply for a business grant. Nearly 900 businesses have already had their applications approved paying out £11.7m of grant funding. More businesses will be eligible for the grant and are urged to apply.
As part of the support being given for people who are currently shielding to keep themselves safe from the risk of Coronavirus, food parcel deliveries are being arranged for those who are shielding and do not have family or friends who can support with shopping.
During this challenging period, Porth Cymorth Cynnar has established a virtual platform to ensure that we are able to keep in touch with vulnerable residents across Ceredigion.
Visitors and residents are being urged to enjoy at home this Easter weekend.
More than 300 face-visors have already been produced by staff at Ysgol Bro Pedr, Ysgol Penglais, Ysgol Bro Teifi and Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi to provide much needed protection for front-line workers in Ceredigion. The visors are produced on the schools’ laser cutters and plans are in place to produce another 2,000 of these vital visors.
The weather improves over the weekend. We know that it would be delightful to enjoy Ceredigion at its best, but there will be an opportunity to enjoy it at a later date. By staying home, you will help reduce the number of people infected from the coronavirus. Thank you for enjoying the weather at home and staying safe.
Ceredigion County Council values the importance of keeping in touch during this challenging time of self-isolation and appreciates that it is difficult for families that aren’t able to visit their loved ones at our care homes.
With the ongoing situation of the Coronavirus, here is the latest update regarding Waste Services provided by Ceredigion County Council.
Those in receipt of Free School Meals are receiving support during the Coronavirus crisis.
Simple but important new emergency Coronavirus laws came into force last week across Wales regarding businesses.
During this challenging period, Porth Cymorth Cynnar has established a virtual platform to ensure that we are able to keep in touch with vulnerable residents across Ceredigion. Due to the restrictions introduced to safeguard our communities against COVID-19, many residents will not be able to access their usual provision or support such as parent groups or GP Referral Exercise Classes. Instead, we are ensuring that all residents whom are known to our services, and others, are kept in touch with, through regular welfare calls, should they wish.
Sections of the Ceredigion Coast Path have been temporarily closed in the interest of public health.
Ceredigion County Council and Hywel Dda University Health Board (UHB) are working together in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
On Friday night, 27 March 2020, officers from Ceredigion County Council`s Public Protection Team came across a country public house serving customers alcohol, and open for business in contravention of the recently issued Health Protection (Coronavirus Restrictions) (Wales) Regulations 2020. Police assistance was called and the landlord will now be served with a prohibition notice. A number of other offences were identified and a report will be made to the Council`s Licencing Committee.
The UK Government has postponed the May 2020 Police Crime Commissioner elections due to COVID-19. The election will now be held on 6 May 2021. If you have not done so already, you can register to vote online by visiting https://www.gov.uk/register-to-vote
In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, a range of measures to support businesses and workers have been made available by the UK and Welsh Government.
This is a difficult and stressful time for many residents in Ceredigion as Coronavirus is having a significant impact on the economy.
During this challenging period, Porth Cymorth Cynnar has established a virtual platform to ensure that we are able to keep in touch with vulnerable residents across Ceredigion.
Do not visit Ceredigion, or travel within Ceredigion to walk our coastal path
Dog fouling is a problem that can spoil everyone’s enjoyment of the great outdoors. As well as being unpleasant to look at, or worse step in, dog fouling can also be dangerous. To tackle this, Ceredigion County Council have launched a new initiative by displaying temporary messages that state ‘Your Dog Your Job’, to encourage dog-owners to take responsibility.
Council officers visited Borth Wild Animal Kingdom on 25 March, to assess and monitor a situation where 3 Lechwe antelopes escaped.
Individuals and communities are working together across Ceredigion to help those most in need. As with any crisis though, coronavirus offers opportunities to the unscrupulous to exploit the vulnerable. If you or your community group become aware that anyone is at risk of falling victim to scams, then we need your help in cracking down on them.
The Council has received information that three Letchwe antelopes have escaped from Borth Wild Animal Kingdom this morning, Wednesday 25 March.
Following Government’s advice of social distancing and one form of exercise daily, we are urging the public to be mindful when accessing the County’s beautiful coast and countryside.
Following the Government’s advice in relation to social distancing in response to Coronavirus COVID-19, Ceredigion County Council offices are closed to the public.
All those who manage Ceredigion Play Areas have been asked to close their play areas as of Monday, 23 March 2020.
The Leaders of Ceredigion, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthenshire County Councils have consulted with leaders at; Hywel Dda University Health Board and MPs and AMs across the Hywel Dda region in preparing the following statement:
Following the earlier news item regarding the challenges arising from sudden surge in tourism, we are very thankful that a number of caravan and camping sites have closed. This weekend has seen an high influx of visitors and this action by business owners will help stem the flow of people into the area at a time when services will be strained.
Dr Giri Shankar, Incident Director for the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak response at Public Health Wales, said: “71 new cases have tested positive for Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) in Wales, bringing the total number of confirmed cases to 347, although the true number of cases is likely to be higher. Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) is now circulating in every part of Wales.
Coronavirus: Childcare provision for front-line service workers in Ceredigion – update 21 March 2020
Every effort has been made today to telephone all parents who have registered their children for childcare provision from Monday, 23 March 2020.
Due to the escalating position in relation to COVID-19 and further guidance issued by Welsh Government the Council has stopped all visitors to the Council run Residential Care Homes until further notice.
Arrangements are being put into place for childcare service provision for front-line workers in Ceredigion.
Councillor Gareth Davies was elected as the Chairman of the Council for 2020-2021 in the Annual Meeting held by Ceredigion County Council on Friday 20 March.
In light of the quickly changing situation of the Coronavirus, the following will apply regarding the waste service.
Ceredigion County Council has put in place childcare provision for essential staff from Monday 23rd March 2020 and has been receiving applications throughout today (Friday 20th March). The Council has defined who it considers to be essential workers at this stage of the epidemic. These are restricted to front line staff, including Health Service workers, blue light services, Social Services or Care Services, workers in Care Homes and domiciliary care in the county. This has enabled the Council to establish an orderly registration process for childcare.
Work is ongoing on making Ceredigion plastic free.
All Ceredigion schools will close from the end of the school day on Friday, 20 March 2020.
The ongoing Coronavirus situation is developing daily.
All, I can assure the people of Ceredigion that Ceredigion County Council’s COVID-19 Gold Command Group has been established and is doing essential work to prepare the county to cope with Coronavirus.
The Council’s Cabinet met on Tuesday 17 March to discuss the recommendation put forward by the Corporate Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee on Monday 16 March, regarding the future of the former care home, Penparcau.
At the Cabinet meeting held on 17 March 2020, the Social Services Complaints Policy and Procedure was approved.
A notice will be served by Ceredigion to withdraw from regional school improvement working alliance ERW on 31 March 2021.
Proactive work and plans are underway in Ceredigion to prepare and respond to the ongoing Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation.
At its meeting on 17 March 2020, the Cabinet approved a plan setting out Ceredigion's equality objectives for 2020-24.
Due to the ongoing Coronavirus crisis and uncertainty in relation to the continuity and frequency of Council meetings, the recommendations from the Corporate Resources Overview and Scrutiny Committee in relation to the Cabinet decision regarding the former care home site, Penparcau, will be considered at Cabinet tomorrow, Tuesday 17 March at 10am. The meeting is open to the public.
Due to the ongoing threat of infection from coronavirus (Covid-19), and the vulnerability of the service users that attend the Council’s Day Centres, a decision has been made to close the day service for the time being.
A Swimming Skills and Training Vocabulary booklet was launched by the Leisure Service in a Sportsathon challenge event at Lampeter Swimming Pool on Friday 13 March.
Ceredigion County Council’s Cabinet has approved an Anti-Slavery Policy annual statement in its meeting on 28 January, 2020.
Ysgol Henry Richard, Tregaron, won the second prize in the inter-counties final of quiz competition Cwis Dim Clem.
Ceredigion County Council has declared a global climate emergency in a Council meeting on 05 March 2020.
At the Council meeting on 5 March 2020, Ceredigion County Council’s service budgets for 2020/21 were approved after receiving the final settlement from Welsh Government on 25 February.
A new station is being developed on the railway line between Aberystwyth and Borth stations. It will feature a car park, bus interchange and cycle storage and is due to open to passengers in the winter of 2020.
A travelling fish seller from the north-east of England pleaded guilty to two offences at Aberystwyth Magistrates’ Court on Monday 02 March 2020 after he admitted failing to assist Trading Standards Officers from Ceredigion County Council’s Public Protection Service. He had failed to provide any records to show who had supplied him with the fish found in his van, a legal requirement under food safety legislation.
David Davies, aged 61, and Evan Meirion Davies, aged 50, of Penffynnon Farm, Bangor Teifi, Llandysul have been imprisoned for 24 weeks each, following their refusal to comply with a previous court order banning them from keeping Animals for 5 years.
A fund to bring underused commercial buildings in Llandysul, Tregaron and Lampeter back into use is helping businesses to expand and support the local economy. The Mid Wales Town Centre Property Investment Fund (TCPIF) is still open and welcoming applications.
On Monday 24 February 2020, Mid Wales Activity Ltd., Pontrhydfendigaid was fined £30,000 by a Judge at Swansea Crown Court. This followed an earlier guilty plea to a single charge made under Section 3(2) of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974.
A key Officer in Ceredigion leads the way in sharing what it’s like to have a career in planning.
At its meeting on 25 February 2020, the Cabinet approved the proposal regarding the future of a former care home in Penparcau, Aberystwyth.
Work has recently started on the construction of the second phase of the new shared use path between Bow St and Penrhyn-coch. The path will be constructed in accordance with the Welsh Government’s Active Travel Design Guidance.
If you’re aged between 9 and 25, and are looking for ways to get to places or to improve your health and well-being, then maybe you could benefit from a free re-cycled bicycle courtesy of the young people’s Inspire Project.
The latest pilot to promote positive waste presentation behaviours in Aberystwyth has been launched.
On Saturday 15 February, over fifty young people from south Ceredigion gathered at the Urdd Camp, Llangrannog for ‘Ti'n Gêm?’, a Welsh-medium social day organised by Cered: Menter Iaith Ceredigion with the co-operation of the Urdd and Tatl Gaming.
The latest in Ceredigion following Storm Dennis.
A section of Ceredigion coastal path between Aberaeron and Aberarth has fallen away and has been closed.
The fourth Harry Potter Book Night was held at Aberystwyth Library on Friday, 07 February.
On the eve of this year's National Eisteddfod in Tregaron and its surrounding areas, a St David's Day Parade will be held along the streets of the town to celebrate our culture and language.
World-renowned tenor Rhys Meirion will bring his 20th Anniversary Tour to Theatr Felinfach on Saturday, 07 March.
To mark Holocaust Memorial Day, Ceredigion pupils had the opportunity to hear the story of a Holocaust survivor.
On Monday, 2 March, Cwmni'r Frân Wen, in partnership with Galeri will bring the theatre adaptation of Manon Steffan Ros' post-apocalyptic novel to Theatr Felinfach as part of its tour of Wales.
Gorymdaith Gŵyl Dewi Aberaeron (Aberaeron’s St David’s procession) was founded by the late Alun Williams, the former headteacher of Ysgol Gynradd Aberaeron in 1979 and is possibly the oldest procession of its kind in Wales which continues to this day.
Hyfforddiant Ceredigion Training (HCT) continue to lead the way in skills competitions across the UK. The latest success story is Bayley Harris, who recently qualified as a Level 2 hairdresser at HCT.
A new student guide on recycling has been launched on Ceredigion County Council’s website.
The council will submit funding applications for two green infrastructure projects in Lampeter after the Cabinet approved the submission of the plans on 28 January 2020. The plans will be submitted to the Welsh Government.
County councillors in Ceredigion will be asked to consider a 4% increase in the Council tax rate when they meet on 5 March 2020.
Lee Watson of 5 Bute Avenue, Hereford, pleaded guilty at Aberystwyth Magistrates’ Court on 27 January 2020 to fifteen offences relating to the sale of counterfeit goods.
A progress report has shown that air quality in Ceredigion continues to rank with the best in Wales on the basis of three Welsh Government air quality indicators. The report was approved by the council’s Cabinet on 28 January 2020.
A record 35,069 participants attended Exercise Referral classes during 2640 hours of health classes in 2019.
Borth Wild Animal Kingdom has been served with a direction to close the enclosures of its most dangerous animals – known as Category 1 animals - by Ceredigion County Council. The direction was served on 27 January 2020 because of inadequate firearms arrangements in the event of an escape of a dangerous animal.
Councillors in Ceredigion today approved a review of polling stations in the county on 23 January. The review sees three polling stations merged with nearby polling stations.
Ceredigion councillors have supported a motion that calls on the Dyfed Pension Fund to disinvest from holdings with fossil fuel companies within two years. The Dyfed Pension Fund is the fund used by Ceredigion County Council staff and councillors together with other public bodies in the area.
Ysgol Bro Pedr have been placed in the top 25% of schools in Britain with their A Level results.
2020 brings exciting new developments in Lampeter as the work on redeveloping the Canolfan Dulais site in the town gets underway. With the aid of the European Regional Development Fund investment and Welsh Government Targeted Regeneration funding the project will bring an investment of £3.2m to the town.
A Day in Our Life by Rhiannon Pugh, Menna Jones and Gwyneira Edwards, Registration Services, Ceredigion County Council.
“Civil registration is a vital service that affects everyone at some point in their lives. We are therefore in a position to be able to help others during key stages of life from the joyous occasion of a birth, the celebration of a marriage or civil partnership and the difficult and emotional time of registering the death of a loved one”. - Rhiannon Pugh, Superintendent Registrar and Registration Service Manager, along with Menna Jones, Deputy Superintendent Registrar and Gwyneira Edwards, Registration and Ceremonies Officer.
Ceredigion County Council’s Carers Unit is the first council in Wales to be awarded with a Gold level under the Investors in Carers (liC) scheme. IiC is a quality assurance scheme that ensures that organisations and services are identifying and supporting unpaid Carers.
Representatives from Ceredigion County Council’s Tourism Service will attend Vakantiebuers, Europe’s largest consumer travel show in Utrecht in the Netherlands, this week as part of a campaign to raise awareness of Wales and the Welsh language and to attract overseas visitors to Wales outside the peak season.
On 10 December 2019, young people from Ysgol Henry Richard’s Cooking Club hosted a Christmas Fayre stall, selling cakes and donated bakes from the local community to raise money for young people receiving care at Angharad Ward, Bronglais Hospital and West Wales Domestic Abuse Service. The club was led by Ceredigion Youth Service and raised over £400 for the charities.
Robin Hood and the Babes in the Wood is this year’s Little Mill Players Pantomime. Performances will be at Theatr Felinfach from Thursday 30 January to Saturday 01 February at 7:30pm. There will also be a matinée performance on Saturday 01 February at 2:30pm.
Drop-in sessions will be held across Ceredigion as the council gathers information to help inform a new Economic Strategy for the next 15 years. The drop-in sessions are aimed at Ceredigion businesses and will gather their opinions on how the council can support them in the future.
CERED, Menter Iaith Ceredigion (Ceredigion’s Welsh language initiative), has been shortlisted for a national Mentrau Iaith award. The Award Ceremony which will be held for the first time ever on January 22nd will celebrate the outstanding work of Mentrau Iaith, Welsh Language Initiatives, across Wales in promoting and increasing the use of Welsh in communities in Wales.
A Second World War Veteran who served in the ‘Forgotten Army’ in the Far East celebrated his 100th birthday in Cartref Tregerddan, Bow Street on 11 January.
Children in Ysgol Gymraeg Aberystwyth have had lessons in online safety using newly translated teaching materials.
A Ceredigion sports fund that gives grants to clubs in Ceredigion has given out £1m in grants since it started 20 years ago.
The annual 5x60 Dance Competition took part at Theatre Felinfach on Wednesday, 18 December 2019.
Ceredigion County Council has revised its Domestic Abuse Policy to reflect Welsh Government legislation on domestic abuse. The revised policy was approved by Cabinet on 17 December and reflects the Violence against Women, Domestic Abuse and Sexual Violence Act (2015).
Ceredigion County Council staff achievements were celebrated in a council meeting on 19 December 2019.
A successful conference for childcare sector staff took place on 16 November 2019. The theme of this year’s conference was ‘Enabling Children’s Rights’.
The Welsh Guards will be granted the Freedom of the County of Ceredigion in a ceremony in Cardigan on 24 June 2020.
A new Area School will be built in the Aeron Valley after Ceredigion County Council approved a proposal to build it.
The roll out of the new waste collection service in Ceredigion is nearing successful completion. As part of the roll out, the popular online postcode finder has been refreshed and is now available to view via the council’s website www.ceredigion.gov.uk.
Views are sought from Ceredigion residents on a revised Strategic Equality Plan called A Fair and Equal Ceredigion.
On 8 November 2019, Ceredigion’s Member of Youth Parliament (MYP), Thomas Kendall and the Deputy MYP, Huw Jones represented the county in the annual UK Youth Parliament takeover debate. The debate was chaired by the Speaker of the House of Commons, Sir Lindsay Hoyle and Deputy Speak, Dame Eleanor Fulton Laing.
An alternative route is now available to walkers on a part of the Ceredigion Coastal Path after a landslide.
Aberaeron Youth Club, led by Ceredigion Youth Service raised £350 by selling Christmas crafts created by young people at Aberaeron Christmas Fayre on 30 November 2019.
Ceredigion County Council were given special commendation in the ‘Local Government Changing the Way We Work Award’. This was for their success in incorporating ecological considerations into their work on managing and maintaining the county’s highway green estate.
Three surveys have been launched to gather the views of Ceredigion residents on developing the local economy. The surveys will help to develop a 15 year economic strategy to support opportunities to grow the local economy.
Your views are sought on a food and beverage trial that was held during the summer on Aberystwyth Promenade.
In the New Year, there will be an opportunity for people living in North Ceredigion and beyond to learn the ukulele through the medium of Welsh on an 8 week course for beginners called ‘Iwcadwli i Ddechreuwyr’. The course is run by Cered at Aberystwyth Arts Centre.
A section of the Ceredigion coastal path has fallen away and has been closed.
Four secondary schools from Ceredigion led the way in the Urdd National Inclusive Zone Basketball tournament. Ysgol Uwchradd Aberteifi, Aberaeron Comprehensive School, Penglais School and Penweddig Comprehensive School travelled to Cardiff to compete on Thursday, 5 December 2019.
Over the next few weeks there will be an opportunity for musicians in the Cardigan area to come together to form a brand new community band. Whether they are experienced musicians or someone who used to play in a school band or orchestra years ago, there is a warm welcome to everyone in ‘Band y Fari’.
A Crown Court judge has upheld a judgement of a case which saw the neglect and death of 58 cows. In his judgement, the judge described the offence as ‘truly disturbing’.