Support for residents needing to self-isolate

CEREDIGION County Council are working with third sector partners to support individuals and families who need to self-isolate due to COVID-19. Ceredigion County Council and partner organisations are becoming increasingly concerned about the number of positive cases of COVID-19 in the Cardigan area. Over the last week, there has been Continue Reading

Plaid Cymru calls for new safety measures in schools after Covid outbreaks

PLAID CYMRU says a number of support and safety measures are needed to address new evidence that schools have a bigger part to play in community transmission than first thought. Information shared in the recent Technical Advisory Group review shows higher levels of infection in schools, including asymptomatic, and that Continue Reading

Police and Crime Commissioner to broadcast live conversation with Health Board Chief Executive -Steve Moore

ON Wednesday evening, (Nov 25) Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn will broadcast a live conversation with Hywel Dda University Health Board Chief Executive, Steve Moore on social media. Steve Moore will be PCC Llywelyn’s fourth guest on his fortnightly Facebook live broadcast series, Commissioner in Conversation following on from Continue Reading

Police CCTV operators prove crucial in search for missing people

POLICE CCTV operators are proving to be crucial in the search for missing people – finding six people safe and well in the past seven days. Eagle-eyed operators at the Dyfed-Powys Police control centre have ensured six people – including teenagers and vulnerable adults – were located swiftly, with five Continue Reading

Jones Bros chairman awarded MBE in Queen’s Birthday Honours list

THE CHAIRMAN of a Ruthin-based civil engineering firm has been awarded an MBE for services to the economy in Wales. Huw Jones of Jones Bros Civil Engineering UK was awarded the honour as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honours list. Jones Bros, which employs more than 500 people, is currently Continue Reading

Plaid Cymru responds to new guidance on face coverings in schools

PLAID Cymru Shadow Minister for Education Sian Gwenllian MS has responded to the new guidance on face coverings in schools, “This guidance is overdue and I have long been calling for the compulsory wearing of face coverings in schools. We also need to look at the bigger picture and incorporate Continue Reading

Eluned Morgan MS urges people to follow Covid advice “to avoid harm and disruption to others”

SENEDD Member for Mid and West Wales Eluned Morgan has urged people to step up actions to prevent the spread of Coronavirus following a sudden spike in cases on the Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire borders. A number of schools and businesses have been shut in response to the outbreak caused Continue Reading

Changes to face coverings policy in schools and colleges

STAFF and learners in secondary schools and colleges will be expected to wear face coverings in all areas outside the classroom and on school transport. The Welsh Government has updated its operational guidance on the use of face coverings in secondary schools and colleges. The guidance now states that face Continue Reading

Temporary visitor ‘pods’ for care homes to be rolled-out

TEMPORARY ‘pods’ are being provided to care homes across Wales to better facilitate visits over Christmas and the winter months, the Health Minister has announced today Monday, (Nov 23). The £3million pilot will cover the procurement, installation and lease of 100 units, with an initial 30 being installed and ready Continue Reading

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