Croeso / Welcome
Croeso i Borth ac Ynys-las
Welcome to Borth & Ynyslas
Information for Residents and Visitors
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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?
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.
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:
I look forward to hearing back from you.
Will remain closed for safety reasons untill further notice.
Borth Community Council 05/10/2020