Covid-19 Update by Cytûn

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Welsh Government has announced that the local restrictions already in plac ein the Boroughs of Caerphilly and Rhondda Cynon Taf are being extended to the Boroughs of Blaenau Gwent, Newport, Merthyr Tydfil and Bridgend from 6pm tomorrow (Sept 22). The implications of this for places of worship can be seen in the drop-down section at… Read more »

Eglwys Gymraeg Melbourne – news from Zak Hanyn

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The 3 R words Annwyl bobl Cymru, I will not know many of you who are reading this, but I will know some. For those who don’t know me I am a 23-year-old who works as a Children’s and Families Minister in Melbourne, Australia. I used to work at Eglwys Gymraeg Melbourne, and had the… Read more »

Covid-19 Update from Cytûn – Caerffili

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At 6pm today (Sept 8) new restrictions came into force in the Caerphilly County Borough Council area. The regulations in full can be found here –https://gov.wales/sites/default/files/publications/2020-09/the-health-protection-coronavirus-restrictions-no.2-wales-amendment-no-8-caerphilly-regulations-2020.pdf – and Government guidance can be read here –https://gov.wales/caerphilly-county-coronavirus-lockdown and here –https://gov.wales/caerphilly-county-coronavirus-lockdown-frequently-asked-questions What follows is not legal advice, but our initial understanding is that the main implications of the… Read more »

Covid-19 Update by Cytûn

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Here’s the latest information from Cytûn’s Policy Officer, Rev. Gethin Rhys Today Welsh Government published its guidance for re-opening community centres, including the community use of places of worship. You can see these here: https://gov.wales/safe-use-multi-purpose-community-centres-covid-19 The principles are very similar to those in the guidance on re-opening places of worship, so those familiar with the… Read more »