Aberystwyth Council

CORONAVIRUS

 Please see here for Ceredigion Council's page on the Coronavirus pandemic.

 

 HOME DELIVERIES IN ABERYSTWYTH

 (independent businesses)


Jonah’s Fish Market                                     01970 615492

UltraComida                                                 01970 630686

Rob Rattray                                                     01970 615353

Tree House                                                     01970 615791

Glyn Thomas (milkman & other foods)             07974 159 356

Express Café                                                  01970 832113

 

Porth Cymorth Cynnar

The Porth Cymorth Cynnar service is keeping in touch with individuals and families who they are usually in regular contact with (and now a number of additional ones), over these difficult times. The service gives them a telephone call on a daily/weekly basis as required, to talk to them about welfare/health etc. and supports them where possible – some form of ' welfare check '.

If you have any concerns regarding anyone in your Ward / communities that would benefit from a telephone call from the service, please can you inform Porth Cymorth Cynnar, giving details of the following:

  • Name
  • Address
  • Telephone number.

Porth Cymorth Cynnar contact details:

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Clic - 01545 570881 or CAVO - 01570 423232

Other resources available in your communities are on the Ceredigion Council website https://www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/coronavirus-covid-19/list-of-resources-in-ceredigion/

Stay apart to play your part.

 

Volunteering

Please see here information about people who are wanting to volunteer.

 Online Events

Goldies Cymru: weekly Goldies Mini Sing & Smile sessions every Thursday on their Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/goldiescymru). If you, or any groups find it difficult to stream Facebook, the videos are being saved and can be forwarded separately. To receive these, please get in touch with Goldies Cymru: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. / This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Pili Pala Arts Wales: daily updates of warm-ups, dances like cha cha cha and salsa as well as seated dances and exercises that people can do at home available on Beth Ryland’s YouTube Channel.

 

News and Announcements

Budget 1 April 2020 – 31 March 2021

The Town Council is currently deciding on the budget for the next financial year and would like to hear from you what your priorities would be?

For example, the Town Council's budget currently pays for:

  • Provision and maintenance of three playing fields: Penparcau, Plas Crug and the Castle
  • Provision and maintenance of the skate park, Parc Kronberg
  • Provision and maintenance of North Road Park
  • Provision and management of the allotments in Caeffynnon (but also currently negotiating with the University for growing plots on the former Plascrug bowling green)
  • Provision of summer flower tubs and borders
  • Tree planting
  • Daffodil bulb planting (15,000 in 2018 and another 15,000 in 2019)
  • Provision and maintenance of a proportion of bus shelters
  • Provision and maintenance of a proportion of benches
  • Maintenance of finger posts (recently adopted from the County Council)
  • Provision of £20,000 worth of grants to the community
  • Provision of Christmas lights, and Christmas trees in Glyndwr Square, Penparcau and Trefechan
  • Events such as: the summer entertainment programme in the Bandstand; contributions to partners to deliver events eg Menter Aberystwyth to organise the Christmas Switch On and Aber Firsts and the Royal British Legion to organise Remembrance Sunday; other key events such as the Eisteddfod and Cyclefest; civic ceremonies such as Mayor Making
  • Two members of staff – Clerk (full time) and Deputy Clerk (part time)

 

Please send responses by 13 January 2020 to:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Questionnaire on the future use of the park on North Road - Please return by 1/2/2020.

Aberystwyth has been shortlisted for Britain’s Best Walking Neighbourhood 2019, the Ramblers’ annual award celebrating those neighbourhoods which are designed to encourage walking.
Would you like to see Aberystwyth crowned the winner? Voting is open to the public until 30th June, so cast your vote today at www.ramblers.org.uk/vote.

 

 

Aberystwyth has been awarded "plastic-free" status. There is a Facebook page that you can follow.

We support the Dyfed Drug and Alcohol Service. Contacts details are available on the Facebook page.

We support the Community Health Council, who work to improve clinical services. Please send them any feedback about your experiences of local health provision.

 

Archive

Far Old Line Festival - 21/07 - 5/08 : Between 21 July and 5 August, Cwmni Theatr Arad Goch presented a large scale community festival in Aberystwyth – FAR OLD LINE FESTIVAL....

Celebrating Diversity in Aberystwyth: The Council has released a statement following various events and Brexit

A Great Time for Twinning in Aberystwyth: Aberystwyth has recently agreed to sign a charter of friendship with

Advancing Aberystwyth ar y Blaen: Board established November 2016. Supports businesses in Aberystwyth.

Aberystwyth Welcomes Railway Lines Proposal: Aberystwyth Council hosted a meeting with about a hundred people in the Morlan, Aberystwyth, almost all in favour of reopening the Aberystwyth –Carmarthen train line. In association with Traws Link Cymru, the Council was eager to hear the views of members of the public in order to gauge

Notice of appointment of the date for the exercise of electors’ rights

 

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