Our Parish Hall is displaying our support to honour key workers, those loved and lost in and around our community during the year of Covid-19.
On 23rd March 2021 we will also light up our beautiful building to pay our thanks and respect. #rememberinglovedones #thankingkeyworkers
Mi fydd Llywodraeth Cymru a Llywodraeth DU yn lansio ap COVID-19 y GIG ar y 24 o Fedi. Mae ap COVID-19 y GIG yn rhan bwysig o'n rhaglen Profi Olrhain Diogelu i reoli lledaeniad COVID-19.
Po fwyaf o bobl sy'n defnyddio'r ap, po fwyaf ein siawns o leihau lledaeniad y feirws.
Bydd yr ap yn:
Beth fydd yr ap yn ei gynnig i unigolion?
Yr ap yw’r ffordd gyflymaf i ddefnyddwyr weld a ydynt mewn perygl o gael y coronafeirws. Bydd yn galluogi defnyddwyr (gyda ffôn clyfar cydnaws) i wirio symptomau, archebu profion a chael canlyniadau a chyngor. Bydd hefyd yn darparu rhybuddion i hunanynysu os yw defnyddiwr wedi bod mewn cysylltiad agos ag achos sydd wedi’i gadarnhau, a bydd ganddo system ‘rhybuddio’ a fydd yn dangos y lefel risg bresennol i ddefnyddwyr yn ei ardal. Bydd yr ap ar gael i bobl ei lwytho i lawr o 24 Medi ymlaen.
Beth fydd yr ap yn ei gynnig i fusnesau?
Mae nodwedd ‘mewngofnodi’ ar yr ap a fydd yn galluogi busnesau i gofrestru am god QR swyddogol. Mae hwn yn caniatáu i ddefnyddwyr ap fewngofnodi drwy sganio’r cod. Mae’r nodwedd hon yn caniatáu i fusnesau a defnyddwyr fod yn gwbl ddienw wrth olrhain achosion o’r coronafeirws. Mae’n gyflym, yn syml ac yn ddiogel, a bydd yn helpu swyddogion olrhain cysylltiadau i gysylltu â defnyddwyr yn gyflym os oes angen. Nid yw hyn yn disodli’r gofyniad cyfreithiol i fusnesau risg uchel penodol yng Nghymru gasglu gwybodaeth gan gwsmeriaid, staff ac ymwelwyr. Bydd dal angen i ddefnyddwyr ap a’r rheini nad ydynt yn defnyddio’r ap roi eu manylion cyswllt. Rydym ni’n rhannu’r dyddiad lansio gyda chi er mwyn rhoi amser i chi baratoi. Mae’n hanfodol bod cynifer o bobl â phosib yn llwytho’r ap i lawr ac yn ei ddefnyddio er mwyn iddo weithio’n effeithiol, felly mae gwir angen eich cefnogaeth arnom.
Rydym yn gofyn i chi rannu y canlynol ar eich sianeli Cymdeithasol, e-gylchlythyr a drwy eich rhydweithiau a rhanddeiliaid
Y prif neges yw :
Er mwyn eich helpu i gyfleu pwysigrwydd yr ap newydd, rydym ni wedi datblygu amrywiaeth lawn o ddeunyddiau gan gynnwys cynnwys ar y cyfryngau cymdeithasol, fideos sy’n esbonio ac asedau eraill. Mae modd eu llwytho i lawr o fan hyn:
Rydym wedi creu banc o adnoddau i chi ddefnyddio ar eich sianeli a drwy eich rhwydweithiau i gefnogi y rhaglen Profi, o
Olrhain, Diogelu. Mae’n cynnwys negeseuon rhwydweithiau cymdeithasol, posteri amlieithog, lluniau a fideos a chyngor i fusnesau.
Am fwy o wybodaeth – llyw.cymru/coronafeirws
Datganiad i’r wasg - https://llyw.cymru/annog-busnesau-i-baratoi-ar-gyfer-ap-covid-19-y-gig
On the 24th of September, Welsh Government and UK Government will be launching the NHS COVID-19 app across England and Wales. The NHS COVID-19 app is an important part of our Test, Trace, Protect programme to control the spread of Covid-19.
The more people who use the app the greater our chances of reducing the spread of the virus.
The app will:
What will the app do for individuals?
The app is the fastest way for users to see if they are at risk from coronavirus. It will enable users (with a compatible smart phone) to check symptoms, order tests and receive results and advice. It will also provide alerts to self-isolate if a user has been in close contact with a confirmed case and will have an ‘alert’ system which will show users the current risk level in their area. The app will be available for people to download from 24 September.
What will the app do for businesses?
There is a ‘check-in’ feature which will allow businesses to register for an official QR code, allowing app users to check-in by scanning the code. This feature allows complete anonymity for both businesses and users when tracing cases of coronavirus. It is quick, simple and secure and will help contract tracers to get in touch with users quickly if necessary. This doesn’t replace the legal requirement for certain high risk businesses in Wales to collect information from customers, staff and visitors. App and non-app users will still need to give their contact details.
We’re sharing the launch date of 24 September to give businesses time to prepare. It’s essential that as many people as possible download and use the app for it to work effectively, so we really need your support.
We would ask you to share information through your social channels, newsletters and through your networks and stakeholders
The key messages are :
To help you communicate about the importance of the new app, we’ve developed a full range of materials including social media content, explainer videos, and other assets. These can be downloaded from here: https://wales.assetbank-server.com/assetbank-wales/images/assetbox/6ee2935c-f2c3-42ee-9d38-ad8b3b24d1f1/assetbox.html
The assets to support the Test, Trace, Protect programme below
For more information – gov.wales/coronavirus
Press Release - https://gov.wales/businesses-urged-prepare-nhs-covid-19-app
27th August 2020
Woodlands Lower Park will reopen this Bank Holilday Weekend. Let's hope for some sunshine to enjoy some outdoor activities! Stay safe.
Applications are invited for grant aid from the Christmas Evan John Charity Fund which is facilitated by Llantwit Fardre Community Council. The objective of the Charity is to assist any child living in the Llantwit Fardre Community Council area or the Treforest Ward in their education, for example in providing funding for the purchase of study books. Should you be interested in applying for funding then please complete the attached application form and return to the following address by the deadline of Tuesday, 1st September, 2020 The Clerk, Llantwit Fardre Community Council, Located at the rear of Carnegie Parish Hall, Main Road, Church Village. CF38 1PY Email: email@example.com Tel.No. 01443-209779
We have published this on behalf of Interlink to assist members of the public during Covid-19 and will continue to be updated. https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=165538224918331&id=104419647696856&__tn__=K-R-R-R
USEFUL CONTACTS AND TELEPHONE NUMBERS WHICH MAY BE HELPFUL DURING THIS CRISIS PERIOD :-
Interlink Help is out there for individuals
If you or someone you know needs support, please give us a call. We work with local Resilience Hubs (see below) and local groups to get people the support they need if they do not have access to family, friends and neighbours. This could be shopping, collecting prescriptions or befriending support – someone to call regularly to check on someone, and to cope with feeling lonely and isolated. Contact Us: firstname.lastname@example.org / 01443 846200.
Request for Assistance – RCT’s Community Resilience Hubs are up and running
If you know of someone who needs help and is not able to access support from other sources. Please Contact: 01443 425020. Requestforassistance.aspx https://www.rctcbc.gov.uk/EN/Resident/EmergenciesSafetyandCrime/InformationforResidentsCoronavirus/Requestassistance/Requestforassistance.aspx or visit https://www.rctcbc.gov.uk/EN/Resident/EmergenciesSafetyandCrime/InformationforResidentsCoronavirus/DEVCoronavirusCOVID19latestinformationandadvice.aspx
Interlink Community Resource Database – Updated Daily
Community Resource Database http://www.interlinkrct.org.uk/2020/03/covid-19-community-resources-in-rct/
Interlink Wellbeing Coordinators Latest Bulletin
Interlink Community Coordinators Latest Bulletin
Travol: Community Transport availability
Travol currently have minibuses and drivers available between 9.30am and 2.00pm, with a small charge of £1/mile. Please contact: 01443 486872 / 07812 675005.
Interlink Help is out there for community and voluntary groups
Interlink is restricting our advice and support to Covid-19 during the current time. Contact us: email@example.com 01443 846200
Volunteer – do you know people who want to volunteer? Ask them to get in touch!
Please visit: http://Volunteering-walesCovid19.htm Contactus: firstname.lastname@example.org 01443 846200
Covid-19 Wales Business Loan Scheme
If you need a loan to get through the Covid-19 crisis, please look at the loans provided through the Development Bank of Wales: Please visit:
Keep up to date with Interlink.
Please visit our website for all the latest Covid-19 Information
Stay safe – and contact us if you need help or advice: email@example.com 01443 846200
Information from RCTCBC
Don't forget - new emergency childcare arrangements for essential workers will come into effect from Monday, March 30 – and Rhondda Cynon Taf residents and employees MUST re-apply by Friday to take advantage of it. Re-apply via e-form here:http://orlo.uk/KkWpV
Community Engagement Event
29th March 2020
10 a.m to 2 p.m
POSTPONEMENT OF COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT EVENT
Due to the Coronavirus (Covid-19) our Community Engagement forum will be postponed. A new date will be set for this event as soon as it is safe to do so. We appreciate your support at this time, stay safe and follow the Government guidelines. Please continue to fill in our online survey
Carnegie Parish Hall, Main Road | Church Village
- Everyone is welcome to our Inaugural Meeting on Sunday, 29th March, 2020 where you can:-
- Raise any concerns you have about your community
- Be part of the decision making - tell us what you would like to see from YOUR Community Council
- Hear what is happening in your area
- Meet with representatives and Community Councillors from Llantwit Fardre Community Council
Please fill-in this on-line survey and have your say.
Monday 25th November 2019
Llantwit Fardre Community Council welcomes
Councillor David Stone (Labour)
as the newly elected member.
Garden & Allotment In Bloom 2017
Garden & Allotment in Bloom Winners - Congratulations
We are pleased to announce the results of our local garden competition. Congratulations to the green-fingered Mr Nick Palmer (Allotment) & Mrs Shirley Rees (Garden).
A big thank you to Tonteg WI for all their help and expertise with the Parish Hall front garden in 2017
Kidney wales walk for life 2017
In 2017 with your help and support we raised £946 for Kidney wales