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Croeso / Welcome

Croeso i Borth ac Ynys-las

Welcome to Borth & Ynyslas

Gwybodaeth i Breswylwyr ac Ymwelwyr
Information for Residents and Visitors 
Contact E-mail: Website Administrator

 

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Dolybont Railway Bridge Road Closure

Dolybont Railway Bridge Road Closure.

Dear neighbour
Parc Bach Railway Bridge
 
As part of our Railway Upgrade Plan, we will soon be carrying out refurbishment works to Parc Bach Railway Bridge. This essential work is part of our commitment to maintain a safe and reliable railway.
 
What does the work involve?
 
This work will involve set up of compound area for welfare and storage, installation of fixed access scaffold and encapsulation to allow access where the structure will be grit blasted and painted
 
When will the work take place?
 

The work is scheduled to take place from 24 November 2020 to 8 January 2021 with major works to be completed over the following weekends.

 

  • Friday 27th November 20:00 – Monday 30th November 06:00

  • Friday 4th December 20:00 – Monday 7th November 06:00

  • Friday 11th December 20:00 – Monday 14th December 06:00

  • Friday 18th December 20:00 – Monday 21st December 06:00

Safety is a key priority and for this reason a large amount of this work must be carried out while trains are not running. This means carrying out a lot of our improvements during the night and at weekends.

During the work Network Rail staff and our partners are briefed to work responsibly in the local community. Please be aware that the equipment we use means some disturbance is unavoidable, however we will make every effort to minimise any unnecessary noise.

Want to know more?

If you have any questions or would like further information, please visit our website www.networkrail.co.uk/communities/living-by-the-railway/, or telephone our 24-Hour National Helpline on 03457 11 41 41 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 
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Attention! New Sewing Group

 

Sewing Group

I am hoping to start a new sewing group in the spring, when we are able to use the upstairs rooms in the Borth Community Hall again. Not a formal ‘sewing class’, rather a group with a common interest who would enjoy a chat and sharing ideas, and maybe helping someone having problems with something they are making.

I would provide a couple of extra sewing machines (an ordinary domestic multi stitch and an overlocker/serger) if anyone would like to use them who doesn’t have one at home. I would not limit it to actual machine sewing - could be hand sewing, embroidery, patchwork, or anything else!

Cost would be quite small but will depend on how many are interested as I would have to pay £8 per hour for the room. I was thinking of booking a couple of hours once a week. If anyone is interested, could you please let me know? Thanks.

Hilary Matthews This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

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A-Level Geography Coursework 2020

Hi,

I’m a student at Shrewsbury Sixth Form College and currently starting my coursework. The focus of my coursework is how successful coastal management has been in Borth.

I am emailing you to ask whether it would be possible to send you an online public opinion survey including questions based on the effects coastal management has had on the public and whether it has had a positive or negative impact on their daily lives.

Would it be a possibility if I sent you my survey and for you to post it on your Borth Community Website and Borth Community facebook page?

During normal circumstances I would have done this survey in person and asked the questions face to face, however because of Covid-19 this increases the risk and therefore it would be unsafe to do so.

Thank you for doing this for me, I really appreciate it. Attached below is a link to the questionnaire:

Borth Questionnaire

Many thanks, 

Ollie Sidaway 

I look forward to hearing back from you.

 

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Borth Community Council: Cyngor Cymuned Y Borth

 

Borth Community Council Clerk & Councillors 2020/21

Borth Community Hall Childrens Playground.

Will remain closed for safety reasons untill further notice.

Thank You.

 Borth Community Council 05/10/2020

FREE WELSH LESSONS

Bore da bawb!
 
The Eisteddfod is running a scheme offering free Welsh lessons to learners in Ceredigion and are looking for nominations. Do you know anyone from the Borth who would be interested?
 
Diolch, Esther 
Esther Prytherch 
07968 593078 
 

 

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Cyngor Sir Ceredigion / Ceredigion County Council

Datganiad i’r Wasg Press Release

 

Mae hwn yn ddatganiad i’r wasg dwyieithog. Sgroliwch lawr ar gyfer y fersiwn Saesneg. / This is a bilingual press release. Scroll down for the English version.

Cyfyngiadau teithio yn dod i rym yng Nghymru

16 Hydref 2020

Bydd cyfyngiadau teithio yn dod i rym yng Nghymru o 6pm ymlaen ddydd Gwener 16 Hydref 2020.

Cyhoeddwyd hyn gan Brif Weinidog Llywodraeth Cymru, Mark Drakeford, fel cam gweithredu brys er mwyn atal y coronafeirws rhag lledaenu.

O brynhawn ddydd Gwener, ni fydd pobl sy’n byw mewn ardaloedd â chyffredinrwydd uchel o’r coronafeirws yn Lloegr, yr Alban a Gogledd Iwerddon yn gallu teithio i Gymru am y tro. Mae hyn hefyd yn golygu na fydd pobl sy’n byw mewn rhannau o Gymru lle mae yna gyfyngiadau coronafeirws lleol ar waith yn gallu teithio y tu allan i’r ardaloedd hynny. Mae rhestr o lefelau rhybudd Covid-19 yn Lloegr ar gael ar wefan Llywodraeth y DU: www.gov.uk/guidance/full-list-of-local-covid-alert-levels-by-area?priority-taxon=774cee22-d896-44c1-a611-e3109cce8eae, ac mae gwybodaeth am y cyfyngiadau lleol sydd ar waith yng Nghymru ar gael ar wefan Llywodraeth Cymru: www.llyw.cymru/cyfnod-clo-lleol.

Mae Cyngor Sir Ceredigion yn croesawu’r cyhoeddiad hwn am fod gan y sir, fel y mae, gyfradd heintio gymharol isel mewn perthynas â’r coronafeirws. Ond mae pob un ohonom yn gwybod pa mor gyflym y gall pethau newid, ac mae Ceredigion wedi gweld y nifer o achosion yn y sir yn dyblu ers mis Medi.

Rydym i gyd yn ymwybodol bod nifer yr achosion o’r coronafeirws yn codi ledled Cymru, ac anogir pawb i ddilyn yr holl ganllawiau i ddiogelu pob aelod o’n cymdeithas, gan gynnwys ein hunigolion mwyaf bregus. Atgoffir pobl i gadw hyd braich i leddfu’r baich y gaeaf hwn (www.ceredigion.gov.uk/preswyliwr/newyddion/cadwch-hyd-braich-i-leddfu-r-baich-y-gaeaf-hwn/) trwy gyfyngu ar eu cyswllt cymdeithasol gymaint â phosibl. Cofiwch, yng Ngheredigion, gallwch ddim ond cwrdd ag aelodau o’ch cartref estynedig dan do, ac ni all mwy na 30 o bobl gwrdd â’i gilydd yn yr awyr agored.

Yn sgil y cyhoeddiad hwn, cynghorir ymwelwyr sy’n teithio i Geredigion am wyliau o ardal lle mae yna gyffredinrwydd uchel o’r coronafeirws i gysylltu â’u darparwr llety i drafod eu harcheb er mwyn ei ganslo neu aildrefnu dyddiad arall.

Rydym yn galw ar bawb i gymryd y camau hyn o ddifrif er mwyn cadw ein teuluoedd, ein ffrindiau a’n cymunedau yn ddiogel.

I gael yr holl wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am ymateb Ceredigion i'r coronafeirws, ewch i wefan y Cyngor: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/preswyliwr/coronafeirws-covid-19/ neu ffoniwch 01545 570881. Mae hyn hefyd yn cyd-fynd â Strategaeth y Gaeaf Cyngor Sir Ceredigion i ddiogelu iechyd a lles pobl yn wyneb pandemig y coronafeirws. Gallwch ddarllen y strategaeth yma: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/preswyliwr/coronafeirws-covid-19/strategaeth-y-gaeaf/.

Gyda’n gilydd, gallwn gadw Ceredigion yn ddiogel.

Aros yn lleol, aros yn ddiogel.

Linc ar-lein: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/preswyliwr/newyddion/cyfyngiadau-teithio-yn-dod-i-rym-yng-nghymru/

 

Travel restrictions come into force in Wales

16 October 2020

A travel restriction will come into force in Wales from 6pm on Friday 16 October 2020.

This was announced by Welsh Government’s First Minister, Mark Drakeford, as an urgent action to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.

From Friday afternoon, people living in areas with a high-prevalence of coronavirus in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland will not be able to travel to Wales for the time being. This also means that people who live in parts of Wales where there are local coronavirus restrictions cannot travel outside those areas. A list of local Covid-19 alert levels in England is available on the UK Government’s website: www.gov.uk/guidance/full-list-of-local-covid-alert-levels-by-area?priority-taxon=774cee22-d896-44c1-a611-e3109cce8eae, and the Welsh Government’s website includes information about the local restrictions which are in place in Wales: www.gov.wales/local-lockdown.

Ceredigion County Council welcomes this announcement because the county, as it stands, has a relatively low coronavirus infection rate. But we all know how quick things can change, and Ceredigion has seen the number of cases double in the county since September.

We are all aware that the number of coronavirus cases is rising across Wales, and everyone is urged to follow all guidelines to protect all members of our society, including our most vulnerable individuals. People are reminded to stay apart to play their part this winter (www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/news/stay-apart-to-play-your-part-this-winter/) by limiting their social contact as much as possible. Remember, in Ceredigion, you can only meet indoors with members of your extended household, and no more than 30 people can meet together outdoors.

In light of this announcement, visitors planning to travel to Ceredigion for a holiday from an area of high prevalence of coronavirus are advised to contact their accommodation provider to discuss their booking in order to either cancel or move the booking to another date.

We urge everyone to take these steps seriously to keep our families, our friends and our communities safe.

For all the latest information on Ceredigion’s coronavirus response, visit the Council’s website: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/coronavirus or call 01545 570881. This also coincides with Ceredigion County Council’s Winter Strategy to protect the health and wellbeing of people in light of the coronavirus pandemic. You can read the strategy here: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/coronavirus-covid-19/winter-strategy/

Together we can keep Ceredigion safe.

Stay local, stay safe.

Online Link: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/news/travel-restrictions-come-into-force-in-wales/

 

 
Mae hwn yn ddatganiad i’r wasg dwyieithog. Sgroliwch lawr ar gyfer y fersiwn Saesneg. / This is a bilingual press release. Scroll down for the English version.

Cadwch hyd braich i leddfu’r baich y gaeaf hwn

14 Hydref 2020
 
Anogir pobl yng Ngheredigion i gadw hyd braich i leddfu’r baich wrth i'r tymhorau droi ac wrth i'r coronafeirws ddeffro ar gyfer y gaeaf.
Mae’r adeg hon o’r flwyddyn fel arfer yn amser i ddathlu a dod ynghyd wrth i ni droi’r clociau yn ôl ac edrych ymlaen at Galan Gaeaf a Noson Tân Gwyllt. Eleni, fodd bynnag, atgoffir trigolion Ceredigion i beidio â rhoi eu hunain nac eraill mewn perygl o ddal neu ledaenu’r coronoafeirws, ac fe’u cynghorir yn gryf i gyfyngu gymaint â phosibl ar eu cyswllt cymdeithasol. Mae hyn yn cynnwys peidio â chymryd rhan mewn arferion tric neu drît na threfnu neu fynd i bartïon Calan Gaeaf.
Ni ddylai pobl gwrdd y tu mewn ag unrhyw un nad ydynt yn aelodau o’u haelwyd estynedig. Mae hyn yn berthnasol yn y cartref ac mewn lleoliadau cyhoeddus, er enghraifft tafarnau a bwytai. Mae hyn yn golygu na chaniateir cynnal partïon Calan Gaeaf eleni wrth i ni geisio atal y feirws rhag lledaenu.
 
Yn yr un modd, anogir pobl i beidio â chreu perygl a allai arwain at achosion o’r coronafeirws yn y gymuned trwy drefnu neu fynd i arddangosfeydd tân gwyllt, a allai ddenu tyrfaoedd mawr, gan na all mwy na 30 o bobl gwrdd â’i gilydd yn yr awyr agored. Os ydych yn bwriadu trefnu arddangosfa fach, breifat ar gyfer eich aelwyd, dylech bob amser ddilyn canllawiau iechyd a diogelwch llym ar gyfer peryglon y tân gwyllt ei hunan a’r coronafeirws. Ni fydd unrhyw arddangosfeydd o dân gwyllt yn cael eu cynnal ar dir Cyngor Sir Ceredigion.
 
Y mwyaf o bobl a fydd yn dod i gysylltiad agos, y mwyaf yw’r siawns y byddant yn dal neu’n lledaenu’r feirws. Mae hyn yn anodd ond gofynnwn i chi wneud yr aberth hwn eleni er mwyn ein galluogi i ddiogelu ein cymunedau, ein ffrindiau a’n teuluoedd.
 
Mae Cyngor Sir Ceredigion yn gweithio gyda phartneriaid allweddol, gan gynnwys Gwasanaeth Tân ac Achub Canolbarth a Gorllewin Cymru a Heddlu Dyfed Powys er mwyn sicrhau diogelwch y cyhoedd yn ystod y cyfnod prysur hwn.
 
I gael yr holl wybodaeth ddiweddaraf am ymateb Ceredigion i'r coronafeirws, ewch i wefan y Cyngor: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/coronafeirws neu ffoniwch 01545 570 881. Mae hyn hefyd yn cyd-fynd â Strategaeth y Gaeaf Cyngor Sir Ceredigion i ddiogelu iechyd a lles pobl yn wyneb pandemig y coronafeirws. Gallwch ddarllen y strategaeth yma: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/preswyliwr/coronafeirws-covid-19/strategaeth-y-gaeaf/
 
Gyda’n gilydd, gallwn gadw Ceredigion yn ddiogel.
 
Cadwch hyd braich i leddfu’r baich.
 
 

Stay apart to play your part this winter

14 October 2020
 
People in Ceredigion are urged to stay apart to play their part as the seasons change and as the coronavirus wakes up for winter.
 
Usually, this is a time for festivities and gatherings with the clocks going back and people looking forward to Halloween and Bonfire night. However this year, Ceredigion residents are reminded not to put themselves or others in danger of catching or spreading the coronavirus and are strongly advised to limit their social contact as much as possible. This includes steering clear of any traditional trick or treating and organising or attending Halloween parties.
 
People should not meet indoors with anyone other than their extended household members. This applies both at home and in public places, such as pubs and restaurants. This means that Halloween parties this year are not allowed as we seek to prevent the spread of the virus.
 
Similarly, people are encouraged not to risk a coronavirus outbreak in the community by organising or attending a firework display, attracting large gatherings as no more than 30 people can meet together outdoors. If you plan to arrange a small, private firework display for your household, you should always follow strict health and safety guidelines for both the fireworks itself and the coronavirus risk. No firework displays will be held on Ceredigion County Council’s grounds.
 
The more people who meet in close contact, the more chance they have of catching and spreading the virus. This is difficult but we ask you to make this sacrifice this year so that we can protect our communities, our friends and our families.
 
Ceredigion County Council are working with key partners, including Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service and Dyfed Powys Police to ensure public safety during this busy period.
 
For all the latest information on Ceredigion’s coronavirus response, visit the Council’s website: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/coronavirus or call 01545 570 881. This also coincides with Ceredigion County Council’s Winter Strategy to protect the health and wellbeing of people in light of the coronavirus pandemic. You can read the strategy here: www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/coronavirus-covid-19/winter-strategy/
 
Together we can keep Ceredigion safe.
 
Stay apart to play your part.
 
 
 
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