Eglwys Mihangel Sant – Cil-y-cwm – St Michael’s Church

RHYBUDD
23 Hydref 2020

Er mwyn cyd-ymffurfio a Rheolau byr Llywodraeth Cymru I atal Coronofeirws a ddaw i rym ar 23 Hydref tan 9 Tachwedd 2020 

Ni fydd gwasanaethau yn cael eu cynnal dros y cyfnod yma

Ail gychwynnir y Gwasanaethau ar Ddydd Sul 15 Tachwedd 2020 am 10.30 y bore

Gwasanaeth o Weddi a Mawl
Croeso I bawb

23rd October 2020

To comply with the Welsh Assembly Government’s Coronavirus Firebreak, 23rd October – 9th November 2020,  there will be no Church services during this period.

Church services will resume at 10:30 am every Sunday from 

15th November with services of ‘Prayer and Praise 

All welcome.

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Broadband upgrade fund deadline extended.

The deadline to register interest in the governments broadband upgrade fund has been extended until the 31st October. To register please go to: https://broadband-upgrade-fund.campaign.gov.uk

Register to upgrade your broadband today

As a rural resident or business, you could be entitled to a broadband upgrade paid for by the government.

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Lock up your gates!

From Heddlu Dyfed-Powys / Dyfed-Powys Police

We are seeing a significant increase in thefts of new farm gates in the last week. Can you check that your gates are secure and marked so they can’t be sold on.

Diolch / Thank you.
Helen Fender
SCC Yr Heddlu 8113 / Police CSO 8113

RURAL CRIME OFFICER
Heddlu Dyfed-Powys / Dyfed-Powys Police

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Amazon Gift Card scam.

An email scam is currently in circulation asking the email recipient to help a friend by buying an Amazon Gift Card for them. The email will appear to come from someone you know and say that they need to buy a Gift Card for someone and have failed so are asking for your help.

If you respond they will ask you to purchase a gift card locally then email them the code numbers so that they can spend the card.

This is an attempt to take your money so delete the email, do not reply to it.

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Eglwys Mihangel Sant – St Michael’s Church, Cilycwm

 12th October 2020

NOTICE

To comply with Covid-19 restrictions we have had to keep St Michael’s Church locked except for the 10:30 ‘Service of Prayer and Praise’ held every Sunday.

To ensure Cilycwm residents and visitors had access to the grave-yard we left the Lychgate open, but now have had to lock it due to the unacceptable amount of dog fouling taking place.

We regret having to take this action but have no alternative as irresponsible dog owners have ignored our ‘Clean it up’ signs.

On behalf of:

Members of St Michael’s Church, Cilycwm

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First Impressions employment project.

The First Impressions project is an exciting project which operates throughout the county of Carmarthenshire and aims to increase the employment prospects of NEET, economically inactive or long term unemployed individuals who are 16+ years old living in the area. 

There are two main elements to the project; firstly employability training and secondly paid work placements.  The employability training can include: –

·         First Aid Level 3 training

·         Employability training

·         Food Hygiene level 2 certificate

·         Various sector specific certificates

This training can be delivered either in person or electronically and adapted to the individual needs of each participant. 

Progression onto a paid work placement Is dependent on successful completion of employability training, commitment and attitude towards the programme and it’s staff.  These paid work placements will be tailored to the individuals career goals and are for a fixed period of 16 weeks which will be paid at minimum wage for a maximum 16hrs per week.

As a project we understand that the Covid-19 virus has had a major impact throughout the county and country as a whole.  As a result, we are particular keen to help those who are 25+ years old and find themselves struggling to secure employment due to the increase in job seekers and limited vacancies in the labour market. 

More information is contained in the First Impressions leaflet – click here to download it.

You can also contact Anneli Davies and Dale James directly –

Aged 16-24 yrs
For further information, please contact Dale James on 01554 779910 / 07496 353652
or email djames@cbsa.org.uk

Aged 25yrs+
For further information, please contact Anneli Davies on 01554 779910 / 07903 296141
or email adavies@cbsa.org.uk

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Parcel Delivery scam

PLEASE NOTE AND PASS TO ALL YOUR CONTACTS
Christmas is fast approaching, Royal Mail & The Trading Standards Office arc making people aware of the following scam:
A card is posted through your door from a company called PDS (Parcel Delivery Service) suggesting that they were unable to deliver a parcel and that you need to contact them on 0906 6611911 (a Premium rate number).
If you call the number and you start to hear a recorded message you will already have been billed £315 for the phone call.
If you do receive a card with these details, then please contact Royal Mail Fraud on 020 7239 6655. For more information, see below. Please be aware that the premium rate number may change but nevertheless please do not call any number stated on a card from PDS.

For more information please read this –

https://www.actionfraud.police.uk/news/hoax-email-from-pds-parcel-delivery-service

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Cwm Rhaeadr – y diweddara….an update

Ail agor rhannau……….Reopening of some sections

Fe fydd y llwybrau cerdded a maes parcio Cwm Rhaeadr yn ail agor heddiw 2/10/2020.  Yn anffodus, ni fydd y llwybrau beicio mynydd ar agor.

The footpaths and car park at Cwm Rhaeadr will be re-opening today 2/10/2020. Unfortunately, the cycle trail remains closed.

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Emergency Road Closure

Temporary Prohibition of Through Traffic

Carmarthenshire County Council hereby gives notice that from 28th September 2020, no person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along the C2157, Cilycwm, Llandovery from its junction with the U4180 for a total distance of 2.7 miles in a South-Westerly direction to its junction with the C2270.

The closure is necessary to ensure public safety while Carmarthenshire County Council carry out works on a dangerous tree.

The alternative route for South-Westbound traffic will be to proceed along the U4180 in a North-Easterly direction to its junction with the C2163. At the junction, turn right and continue along the C2163 in a South-Easterly to South-Westerly direction to its junction with the C2270 passing properties known as Tan Y Coed and Nantddu. At the junction, turn right and continue along the C2270 in a North-Westerly to South-Westerly direction to return to a point South-West of the closure. Vice versa for North-Eastbound traffic.

This Notice shall continue in force for a period not exceeding twenty one days after which time its provision may be extended by a Temporary Order under Section 14(1) of the same Act.  

DATED THE 28th SEPTEMBER 2020

Mrs Ruth Mullen  B.S.c.

Director of Environment

County Hall

Carmarthen

Carmarthenshire

SA31 1JP

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Restoration of St Michael’s Church Lychgate and outer walls

In view of public health and safety concerns it has been necessary to completely board the sides and roof of the Lychgate in plywood and it requires an approved specialist contractor to restore it appropriately to meet its original Grade 1 status.

Thelma Stenning is organising a letter in support of a grant application and is inviting local people to add their names to it. If you would like Thelma to add your name please message us through the web site contact form and your name will be passed on to her.

The full text of the letter will be :

In view of public health and safety concerns it has been necessary to completely board the sides and roof of the Lychgate in plywood and it requires an approved specialist contractor to restore it appropriately to meet its original Grade 1 status.

A financial grant application to-match fund monies already held by St. Michael’s Church has been submitted to Carmarthenshire Welsh Church Fund in order to fund this specialist restoration work.

St Michael’s Church is located at a central point in the village of Cilycwm and with the only entrance via the Lychgate, its’ appearance currently detracts from the visual impact of the beauty of the Grade 1 listed Church.

As residents of Cilycwm and the surrounding district, we have indicated below our wish to confirm our support for this grant application to restore the Lychgate to its original structure.

Many thanks in anticipation of your support.

On behalf of members of St Michael’s Church, Cilycwm

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