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
We are looking for community groups to nominate stations for The World Cup of Stations tournament (run by the Rail Delivery Group) – returning for its second year. It is part of the run-up to Stations’ Day on 16 October – the rail industry’s annual celebration of all stations big
The Remembrance period is vitally important to us all, in order that we can honour the service and sacrifice of the Armed Forces community. The Welsh Government fully appreciates that Local Authorities, town and community councils, along with charities and the Military, will be planning Remembrance activity for November 2020
As you may be aware, there is a concerning growth in positive Covid-19 cases in Carmarthenshire, concentrated in the Llanelli area. We have been involved in lengthy discussions with colleagues at Welsh Government, Public Health Wales and Hywel Dda University Health Board, and this afternoon have made a joint decision
As well as being able to keep up to date of what’s happening to your local NHS services by following us on Twitter, Facebook and signing up for our monthly online newsletter, you are now able to join us as ‘observers’ at our virtual meetings. Read more in the newsletter
With the situation in Wales changing day by day, the Welsh Government is frequently updating its rules and guidelines – I fully appreciate how difficult it is to keep up with the pace and range of changes, but it’s so important that we do. As I’m sure you’re aware, there
Face coverings: frequently asked questions (update by Welsh Government 27.07.2020) How and when you could wear a face covering to protect those around you, if you choose to wear one. What is a face covering? : A face covering mostly acts to protect others by reducing ‘airborne transmission’ of COVID-19.
Town centres prepare to get back to business Carmarthenshire’s town centres are being prepared to welcome shoppers back after months of closure due to Covid-19 restrictions. Carmarthenshire County Council is supporting traders and businesses to get ready to re-open when lockdown rules in Wales are eased on Monday, June 22.
PUBLIC NOTICE Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 As amended by the Road Traffic (Temporary Restrictions Act) 1991 Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic Carmarthenshire County Council hereby gives notice that from 8th July 2020 no person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along that length of road known as C2172, Llansadwrn,