Amroth Parish Hall has recently re-opened for smaller groups. (which have to comply with Covid-19 regulations) please see our “what’s on” page.
Due to lack of parking in the village, we realise that hall parking spaces have been used by locals during the past year, but we would appreciate if people could please try and avoid the spaces when there are classes on at the hall. Many thanks for your co-operation. We have asked the council in the past to try and help; any suggestions, please let us know on our “contact” page.
PLEASE STAY SAFE, EVERYONE.
Rosemary Tippett-Mawdsley is walking 1000 miles in a year for the Wales Air Ambulance Charitable Trust (20 January 2021 to 19 January 2022) because of the very valuable service it provides locally. £275 has been raised so far raised of the £1,000 target by 13 supporters.
Rosemary’s story: “When the Leader of the Llanteg Walkers’Group wrote in to the local Community Council in January raising awareness of the 1000 mile challenge. I thought that was something I could take part in as I had already started doing a lot of walking during lockdown. However I also realised that 1000 miles is a long way and without an incentive I might fall by the wayside. Hence the reason to do it for charity. I decided upon the Wales Air Ambulance. The Charity is funded by the people of Wales and requires £8 million a year to keep its four helicopters in the sky, serving Wales and saving lives. The charity can be anywhere in Wales within 20 minutes, its doctors and medics fly the A&E department to the patient. It also runs the Children’s Wales Air Ambulance service, transferring vulnerable babies and children to the specialist hospitals across the UK. Your donations will help keep this vital service in Wales.I started my walk on the 20January and I have been out every day since, in rain, hail, wind, snow and sun! I have seen some brilliant views, wonderful sunsets and spoken …..socially distanced of course to lots of people. If you see me on my travels please say hello. I have passed the halfway mark in my travels and now I need your support to spur me on to complete the 1000 miles and support the Wales Air Ambulance. Thank you”
Grow Fresh 2021…..SUMMERHILL BUS SHELTER
Welcome back to Grow Fresh and hopefully another good year for flowers and home grown fruit and vegetables.
Share seeds, plants and any excess produce throughout the growing season, including home made chutneys and jams.
Clearly label anything you may leave on the shelves.
Check frequently to see what might be available.
It’s all free! No money involved.
Tell your friends and neighbours and encourage our children to take part.
We have permission to do this on the proviso that it is only garden seeds, plants and produce that is left in the shelter.
The Community Hub can be contacted on 01437 776301 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
At present the Community Hub’s hours are Monday to Friday, 9am – 5pm, and 10am-2pm on Saturday.
Booking a COVID-19 test:
Hywel Dda University Health Board recommends testing only for those with a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or loss of or change in the sense of taste or smell.
If a COVID-19 test is required, this should be arranged via the UK Booking Portal, https://gov.wales/apply-coronavirus-test or by ringing 119. Testing is available within Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire or via a home testing kit delivered to and collected from your home. The COVID-19 test is undertaken via a throat swab or combined throat and nose swab.
KILGETTY SURGERY IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE; PLEASE CONTACT SAUNDERSFOOT MEDICAL CENTRE ON 01834 815115.
FOR REPEAT PRESCRIPTIONS, TELEPHONE 01834 814334 AND ALLOW 72 HOURS IF POSSIBLE.