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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 
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CYNGOR CYMUNED Y BORTH COMMUNITY COUNCIL

 
 
CYNGOR CYMUNED Y BORTH COMMUNITY COUNCIL
 
BYDD CYNGOR CYMUNED Y BORTH YN CYNNAL CYFARFOD O BELL AR DYDD LLUN
12 EBRYLL 2021 AM 7 O’R GLOCH
Cysylltwch â'r Clerc trwy e-bost This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. os oes unrhyw aelod o'r cyhoedd am ymuno yn y cyfarfod.
 
AGENDA
 
1.         YMDDIHEURIADAU
2.         CYFETHOL AELOD NEWYDD I’R CYNGOR
3.         CYFRANOGIAD Y CYHOEDD
4.         DATGANIAD DIDDORDEB
5.         COFNODION CYFARFOD MISOL 1 MAWRTH 2021
6.         MATERION YN CODI
7.         GOHEBIAETH
8.         CYFRIFON
9.         CYNLLUNIO
10.       BWRDD RHYBUDD
11.       BEINCIAU
12.       LLIFOGYDD a FFOSYDD
13.       IARD CHWARAE
14.       PARC CYCHOD
15.       CADW PELLTER CYMDEITHASOL AR STRYD FAWR Y BORTH
16.       GRWP LLYWIO BORTH
17.       BUSNES Y CADEIRYDD
18.       CYFRIFOLDEBAU CYNGHORWYR
19.       ADRODDIAD CYNGHORYDD SIR
20.       Y CYFARFOD NESAF A MATERION AR GYFER Y’R AGENDA
 
BORTH COMMUNITY COUNCIL WILL BE HOLDING A REMOTE MEETING ON MONDAY 12 APRIL 2021 AT 7PM.
 
Any members of the public wishing to attend the meeting please contact the Clerk by e-mail on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..
 
AGENDA
 
1.         APOLOGIES
2.         CO-OPTION OF NEW MEMBER ONTO COUNCIL
3.         PUBLIC PARTICIPATION
4.         DECLARATION OF INTERESTS
5.         MINUTES OF THE MONTHLY MEETING HELD ON 1 MARCH 2021
6.         MATTERS ARISING
7.         CORRESPONDENCE           
8.         ACCOUNTS
9.         PLANNING
10.       NOTICEBOARDS
11.       BENCHES
12.       FLOODING and DITCHES
13.       PLAYGROUND
14.       BOAT PARK
15.       SOCIAL DISTANCING ALONG BORTH HIGH STREET
16.       BORTH STEERING GROUP
17.       CHAIRMANS BUSINESS
18.       COUNCILLORS RESPONSIBILITIES
18.       COUNTY COUNCILLOR REPORT
20.       NEXT MEETING AND MATTERS FOR AGENDA
     
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CYFRIFIAD / CENSUS 2021

 

 

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'Still here for Everyone'

 

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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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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.

Rhybudd i bobl ardal Aberystwyth i ddilyn canllawiau coronafeirws

05 Rhagfyr 2020

Mae achosion coronafeirws wedi cynyddu'n sylweddol yn ardal Aberystwyth dros y pum niwrnod diwethaf.

Nid yw nifer yr achosion cadarnhaol ar draws y Sir bob dydd erioed wedi bod mor uchel ag ydyw ar hyn o bryd. Mae'n dangos i ni pa mor hawdd y gall y feirws ledaenu.

Y gyfradd bresennol yng Ngheredigion yw 154.1 fesul 100 o'r boblogaeth (o 1pm, 04 Rhagfyr 2020).

Mae tystiolaeth wedi dangos, pan fydd cymunedau'n dod at ei gilydd ac yn dilyn canllawiau'r coronafeirws, y gellir arafu cyfradd a lledaeniad y feirws. Roedd hyn yn amlwg i'w weld yn ardal Aberteifi ac rydym bellach yn gofyn i'n trigolion yn ardal Aberystwyth wneud yr un peth.

Mae'r grŵp oedran amlycaf ar hyn o bryd i brofi'n bositif yn ardal Aberystwyth ymhlith pobl yn eu 20au. Ceir enghreifftiau lle maent wedi cael sawl cyswllt cymdeithasol mewn gwahanol leoliadau. Mae'r rhain yn cynnwys cysylltiadau yn y gwaith ac yna cwrdd â gwahanol grwpiau o bobl mewn lleoliadau cymdeithasol.

Rydyn ni'n gwybod ei bod hi'n anodd cyfyngu ar nifer y bobl rydyn ni'n eu gweld, ond mae cyfyngu eich cysylltiadau yn hanfodol er mwyn cadw nifer y bobl sydd â'r feirws i lawr a dyma sut y byddwn yn amddiffyn ein hanwyliaid yn y pen draw.

Bydd Cyngor Sir Ceredigion bob amser yn cymryd y camau angenrheidiol i gadw ein trigolion yn ddiogel a bydd yn cymryd camau pendant pan fo angen. Mae ein Swyddogion Diogelu'r Cyhoedd yn gweithio gyda chydweithwyr yn Heddlu Dyfed-Powys i sicrhau bod busnesau'n cydymffurfio â'r rheoliadau ac wedi cyflwyno sawl hysbysiad dros yr wythnosau diwethaf lle mae angen gwella.

Mae symptomau coronafeirws yn cynnwys tymheredd uchel, peswch cyson newydd a phrofi colled neu newid o ran synnwyr arogleuo neu synnwyr blasu. Fodd bynnag, mae ein timau olrhain cysylltiadau wedi clywed gan sawl achos positif bod ganddynt ychydig o symptomau neu ddim symptomau ar y dechrau. Mae llawer ohonynt yn dweud mai'r arwyddion cyntaf yw pen tost, blinder a phoenau cyffredinol sy'n gysylltiedig â'r ffliw fel arfer. Felly rydym yn annog pobl sy'n teimlo'n sâl i fod yn ofalus iawn, yn enwedig i olchi dwylo a chadw pellter, ac os oes unrhyw amheuaeth, archebwch brawf.

Rhaid i unrhyw un â symptomau, waeth pa mor fach, ddilyn canllawiau hunan-ynysu a threfnu prawf ar unwaith, gan adael y cartref dim ond i gael eich profi. Ni ddylai unrhyw un fynd i'r gwaith na gadael y tŷ os oes ganddynt unrhyw symptomau - ystyriwch a diogelwch gymaint ag y gallwch bawb yn swigen eich aelwyd.

Ond, mae'n rhaid i chi chwarae eich rhan. Byddwch yn wyliadwrus a chofiwch ddilyn y canllawiau:

  • Cadw pellter cymdeithasol o 2m oddi wrth eich gilydd pan fyddwch allan – dan do ac yn yr awyr agored;
  • Golchi eich dwylo'n rheolaidd;
  • Cyfyngu ar eich cyswllt cymdeithasol;
  • Gweithio o gartref lle bynnag y bo’n bosibl.
  • Gall aelwydydd ffurfio 'swigen' gyda'i gilydd - ni ellir cyfnewid, newid na hymestyn trefniant swigen ymhellach nag un aelwyd;
  • Caniateir i bobl gyfarfod ag eraill tu allan i'r swigen honno mewn lleoliad rheoledig, fel tafarn neu fwyty lle mae protocolau diogelwch llym ar waith. Ond, pedwar person yw nifer y bobl sy'n gallu cyfarfod a hyd yn oed wedyn dylid cadw pellter cymdeithasol lle bynnag y bo modd.
  • Gwisgo gorchudd wyneb mewn mannau cyhoeddus dan do, siopau ac ar drafnidiaeth gyhoeddus;
  • Os oes gennych unrhyw symptomau COVID-19, waeth pa mor ysgafn, rhaid i chi hunan-ynysu gartref a threfnu prawf ar unwaith, gan adael eich cartref i gael prawf yn unig. Mae angen archebu prawf ar-lein https://llyw.cymru/gwneud-cais-i-gael-prawf-coronafeirws-covid-19 neu drwy ffonio 119.

Cadwch hyd braich i leddfu’r baich. Drwy wneud hyn, byddwn yn diogelu iechyd a lles ein pobl fwyaf bregus, gan gynnwys y gwasanaethau gofal ar gyfer yr henoed a’r sawl y mae eu cyflyrau meddygol yn peri eu bod yn arbennig o agored i niwed gan yr haint COVID-19. Byddwn yn diogelu'r ddarpariaeth addysg mewn ysgolion, colegau a phrifysgolion. Byddwn yn galluogi'r economi leol i oroesi misoedd y gaeaf.

Gyda’n gilydd, gallwn gadw Ceredigion yn ddiogel.

Linc ar-lein: http://www.ceredigion.gov.uk/preswyliwr/newyddion/rhybudd-i-bobl-ardal-aberystwyth-i-ddilyn-canllawiau-coronafeirws/


 

Warning to people in the Aberystwyth area to follow coronavirus guidelines

5 December 2020

Coronavirus cases have significantly increased in the Aberystwyth area over the last 5 days.

The number of positive cases across the County on a daily basis has never been as high as it is now. It shows us how easily the virus can spread.

The current rate in Ceredigion is 154.1 per 100 population (as of 1pm, 04 December 2020).

Evidence has shown that when communities come together and follow the coronavirus guidelines, the rate and spread of the virus can be slowed. This was clear to see in the Cardigan area and we are now asking our residents in the Aberystwyth area to do the same.

The most prominent age group at the moment to prove positive in the Aberystwyth area is amongst people in their 20s. There are examples where they have had several social contacts in different settings. These include contacts at work and then meeting different groups of people in social settings.

We know it’s difficult to limit the number of people we see, but limiting your contacts is essential for keeping the number of people with the virus down and it’s how we will ultimately protect our loved ones.

Ceredigion County Council will always take the necessary steps to keep our residents safe and will take decisive action when required. Our Public Protection Officers are working with colleagues at Dyfed-Powys Police to ensure that businesses are complying with the regulations and have served several notices over the last few weeks where improvement is needed.

Symptoms of coronavirus include a high temperature, a new continuous cough and a loss or change to sense of smell or taste. But be aware of other symptoms early on, such as headaches, tiredness and general aches and pains usually associated with flu. We are urging people who feel unwell to be extra cautious, especially to practice hand hygiene and distancing, and if in doubt, please book a test.

Anyone with symptoms, no matter how small, must follow self-isolation guidance and arrange a test immediately, only leaving home to get tested. No one should go to work or leave the house if they have any symptoms - consider and protect as much as you possibly can everyone in your household bubble.

But, you must play your part. Remain vigilant and remember to follow the guidelines:

  • Keep a 2m social distance from each other when out and about – indoors and outdoors;
  • Wash your hands regularly;
  • Limit your social contact;
  • Work from home wherever possible;
  • Households are able to form a ‘bubble’ with one other - that bubble arrangement cannot be swapped, changed, or extended further than one household;
  • People are allowed to meet with others from outside that bubble in a regulated venue, such as a pub or restaurant (until 6pm) where there are strict safety protocols in place, but the maximum number of people that can meet is four and even then social distancing should be maintained wherever possible;
  • Wear a face mask in indoor public places, shops and on public transport;
  • Self-isolate immediately at the first sign of any COVID-19 symptoms and arrange a test immediately, only leaving home to get tested. A test need to be booked online https://gov.wales/apply-coronavirus-covid-19-test or by phoning 119.

Stay apart to play your part. By doing this, we will be protecting the health and wellbeing of our most vulnerable, including care services for the elderly and those whose medical conditions make them particularly at risk from COVID-19. We will be protecting the education provision within schools, colleges and universities. We will enable the local economy to survive the winter months.

Together, we can keep Ceredigion safe.

Online Link: http://www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/news/warning-to-people-in-the-aberystwyth-area-to-follow-coronavirus-guidelines/

 

 
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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