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Ceredigion Council Jul 11
Safe Zones will be created in 4 town centres in Ceredigion on Monday. To support businesses, there are adjustments in relation to deliveries 🔗Information about Safe Zones is available on our website 🔗To read about deliveries go to
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Ceredigion Council Jul 10
The first Ceredigion safe zones for pedestrians are being put in place in four town centres: Aberaeron, Aberystwyth, Cardigan and New Quay. Here's a list of the roads that will be closing between 11am & 6pm daily from Monday, 13 July:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 10
As the tourism industry and outdoor attractions prepare to reopen safely, it’s important to follow hygiene guidance to stop the spread of coronavirus and keep Ceredigion safe. Keep a social distance and wash your hands. ➡️ More information here:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 10
If you’re heading for the coast, check the weather and tides. Lifeguard patrols now operating between 10am - 6pm at following locations : - Borth - Aberystwyth South - Llangrannog - Aberporth - Tresaith Find safety advice at RNLI
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Ceredigion Council Jul 9
Are you looking for childcare over the summer holidays? 🔗 🔗
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Ceredigion Council Jul 9
On our website, there are downloadable posters, like the one below which business owners can use in their premises. Follow the link to download yours:
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Adoption Mid and West Wales Jul 7
Are you interested in Adoption and want to learn more? Why not sign up to our next information evening? 📆 13/08/20 🕠 6:30pm 📍 Online 📧 adoptionenquiries@carmarthenshire.gov.uk
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Ceredigion Council Jul 8
’s new 4-part Secure Your Business, Secure Your Future with Digital webinar series will give you the advice you need for right now and for what lies ahead. Starts 13 July, free sign up here:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 8
As our new normal begins, keep doing a great job for your community; keep being cautious, be careful and don’t forget the basics. .
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Ceredigion Council Jul 7
The Welsh Blood Service will be in Lampeter on 13 and 14 July, between 10:30-13:30 and 15:00-18:30. Book on here: Ceredigion lifesavers go the extra mile during lockdown:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 7
Support is available if you, or someone you know, is experiencing domestic abuse. 👇
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Ceredigion Council Jul 7
EU Citizens! Remember to submit an application for the EU Settlement Scheme. ➡️To register for a webinar which offers information and advice, follow this link: ➡️ For more information, go to:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 7
800 wellbeing packs created for vulnerable adults around Ceredigion. Community support groups have played a key role in distributing the packs. To find out which support groups operate in your area, go to the resource section on the Council’s website:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 6
Further changes come into force to ease the lockdown in Wales. We all still have a responsibility to maintain social distancing, exercise good hand hygiene and think carefully about where we go and why. 👉
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Ceredigion Council Jul 6
Here's the schedule for this week's Eisteddfod Amgen:
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Ceredigion Council Jul 6
For Safeguarding or social care concerns please telephone 01545 574000 or email contact-socservs@ceredigion.gov.uk In an emergency, please telephone: Social Services: 0300 4563554 (out of office hours only)
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Ceredigion Council Jul 6
Plans are being put into place to create safe zones for pedestrians in Ceredigion town centres. These changes will protect the community and people's health whilst ensuring businesses can still trade. Further information will follow.
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Ceredigion Council Jul 3
Due to Covid-19 with many Ceredigion County Council staff staff working from home, 63 learners are now attending Welsh classes via 'zoom', with a weekly online 'Clwb Cinio' which gives them an opportunity to practice in an informal setting.
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Ceredigion Council Jul 3
Dysgu Bro and HCT - learning opportunities for the people of Ceredigion.👍 Dysgu Bro - HCT -
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Ceredigion Council Jul 3
Let’s work together in our communities to fight the cause of deliberate fires! Please call the Police on 101 or Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 if you see anyone setting deliberate fires.
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