Covid-19 Update

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Our thanks to Cytûn’s Policy Officer, Revd Gethin Rhys for his latest update. As you will be aware, the four governments in the UK have announced arrangements covering Christmas. You can see the guidance for Wales here: https://gov.wales/making-christmas-bubble-friends-and-family I would draw attention to three aspects: Members of a ‘Christmas bubble’ may attend a place of worship and… Read more »

Covid-19 Update

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Here’s the latest buletin from Cytûn’s Policy Officer, Revd. Gethin Rhys Over recent days, Welsh Government has updated its guidance regarding three areas which are of importance to churches and faith communities: Community centres, including community use of places of worship –https://gov.wales/safe-use-multi-purpose-community-centres-covid-19 Culture and heritage destinations and venues (including historic places of worship) –https://gov.wales/culture-and-heritage-destinations-and-venues-guidance-phased-return-html Tourism… Read more »

Covid-19 Latest News

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Here’s the latest update from Cytûn Policy Officer, Revd. Gethin Rhys Welsh Government has now corrected most of the errors in their guidance for places of worship –https://gov.wales/guidance-reopening-places-worship-coronavirus-html They are also regularly publishing further guidance and those relevant to places of worship and their work are linked from Cytûn’s web page. Unfortunately, the guidance on… Read more »

News from Madagascar

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In her latest buletin, Irenee Rajoana-Horne from Money for Madgascar outlines the latest news from the projects that the UWI have supported through the Madagascar Appeal Thankfully Madagascar is out of lockdown now and schools reopened last week. Today we have sent the first of the Year 2 payments for AAF and for Topaza, which… Read more »

Covid-19 Update from Cytûn

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Here’s the latest information from Cytûn’s Policy Officer, Revd. Gethin Rhys. Welsh Government has published regulations for re-opening Wales following the firebreak lockdown on November 9. The Government promised that these new regulations would be “simpler” than the previous ones. The – unfortunate but not unexpected – result is that they have grown from 34… Read more »