We are contacting you on behalf of the charity Settled, to make you aware about the 30 June deadline for applications to the EU Settlement Scheme. This email provides information about the scheme.
We would appreciate if you could forward this email to your councillors as they may well know people who may be affected. You may also wish to post some of the information provided on your community Facebook page if you have one.
The EU Settlement Scheme which was set up under the terms of the UK’s Withdrawal Agreement with the EU, applies to citizens of the EU and EFTA who came to the UK before the end of the Brexit Transition period at the end of December 2020. Similar arrangements apply for UK citizens who are living and working in continental Europe.
The EU and EFTA residents in the UK who are affected by this need to apply if they wish to retain their rights to live, work and study in the UK. Some people are not aware that this applies to them, including even some elderly veterans of World War II who came to the UK long before the UK joined the EU. In addition, the children of some more recent arrivals, who have obtained rights to live and work in the UK, need to have individual applications made on their behalf in order to ensure that they will be able to access healthcare and education in the future.
A short video (3-4 minutes long) providing an overview of the EU Settlement Scheme and some of the issues involved is available on YouTube using the links provided below:
Digital copies of posters providing information about the scheme can be downloaded by clicking on the images below or the links provided below them. These can be printed out for display on community noticeboards.
CYNGOR CYMUNED LLANWRDA COMMUNITY COUNCIL
Llanwrda Community Council is inviting Tender applications from suitable applicants for the following
Maintenance of approximately 19 public footpaths, general clearing, care and repair of styles, gates, etc.
The relevant information is available from the Clerk of the Council: email@example.com
All tenders should be received by the Clerk by noon 26th April, 2021
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As so many of us are exercising from home, and much of that is walking the local hills and valleys we thought it would be useful to share this link from the council website which has the local footpaths marked out.
Stay safe all.
Attached is Hywel Dda CHC September’s Newsletter for information.
COVID-19:What can I do to protect myself, my family, friends and community?
Testing and contact tracing, contact tracing is a tried and tested method of controlling the spread of infectious diseases such as
coronavirus, however, it does not work on its own. We all need to continue to play our part and follow the latest public health guidance.
The most common symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19) are one or more of the following:
new continuous cough
loss of or change to sense of smell or taste
If you develop one of these symptoms, you should immediately selfisolate and follow the self-isolation guidance. You should also apply for a
test. Please do not visit your GP surgery or hospital to request a test, as you may infect others. The test is only effective for those who are
experiencing coronavirus symptoms and needs to be taken in the first 5 days of having symptoms. It only checks if you have coronavirus right
now and not if you have already had the virus.
Information on Regional/local coronavirus testing facilities.
If you feel you cannot cope with your symptoms at home or if your condition gets worse, or your symptoms do not get better after 7 days,
use the 111 online coronavirus service. If you do not have internet access, call 111.
The NHS COVID-19 app is free to download and is the fastest way to see if you’re at risk from coronavirus. The faster you know, the quicker you
can warn and protect your loved ones and your community.
For up to date information see Public Health Wales website :