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Carmarthenshire County Council’s parks re-open from this Friday (June 12.) Below is a copy of the press statement we have released with information on the re-opening of Parc Howard, Llyn Llech Owain, Mynydd Mawr and Pembrey Country Park.
As many town and community councils are looking ahead and working towards the re-opening of facilities we are sharing our social distancing toolkit which may be of use to those looking at the re-opening parks, open spaces or public conveniences.
If you require any further support or guidance on signage please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
Preparations are underway to re-open schools across Carmarthenshire for children to ‘check in and catch up’ before the summer holidays.
Education Minister Kirsty Williams announced that schools could re-open from June 29 and that the summer term would be extended by a week.
The council has already been working hard to put plans in place for increasing the operation of county schools to enable more children to attend when the time is right to do so.
Carmarthenshire COVID-19 Community Response Fund is now available to support voluntary sector organisations and community groups in Carmarthenshire to:
• Maintain or increase activities that support the vulnerable during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis
• Ensure that organisation/community groups have the resources needed to deliver vital services for their communities
• Encourage robust health and safety protocols during all activities that safeguard voluntary sector staff, volunteers, helpers and beneficiaries
The Fund is a joint scheme supported by Carmarthenshire County Council, Carmarthenshire Association of Voluntary Services (CAVS), Mynydd y Betws Wind Farm Fund, LEADER , Welsh Church Fund , West Wales Care Partnership and Welsh Government.
Eligible organisations can apply for a maximum of £1000 in order to support voluntary sector organisations and community groups in Carmarthenshire to maintain or increase activities that support the vulnerable during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
There are a number of services affected by the ongoing situation. All services will be reviewed regularly, please keep an eye on updates.
Residents are being asked their views on improving access for walking and cycling in Carmarthenshire.
From June 8, people will be able to make suggestions on Carmarthenshire’s Active Travel Network via an online map consultation.The map will help identify opportunities to expand and improve the network and facilities, whilst also highlighting what has been done well.
Everyone who wants to make journeys on foot or by bike across our region, including those who don’t walk or cycle often are encouraged to have their say.
The council is also seeking input into sustainable transport measures in response to COVID -19. This section can be found on the consultation page.