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Tir wedi’i brynu ar gyfer prosiect £8m Cylch Caron

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cylchcaronAR DYDD IAU, 24 Mawrth, cyhoeddodd y Gweinidog Iechyd a Gwasanaethau Cymdeithasol, Mark Drakeford bod tir wedi’i brynu ar gyfer Canolfan Adnoddau Integredig Cylch Caron yn Nhregaron. Prynwyd y safle gyda £727,000 o gyllid gan Lywodraeth Cymru. Dadorchuddiwyd arwydd ar y safle gan yr Athro Drakeford, ynghyd â Phrif Weithredwr Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda, Steve Moore ac Arweinydd Cyngor Sir Ceredigion, y Cynghorydd Ellen ap Gwynn i nodi bod y tir wedi’i brynu. Bydd datblygiad Cylch Caron yn dod ag iechyd, tai a gwasanaethau cymdeithasol ynghyd ar un safle gan gymryd lle Ysbyty Cymunedol Tregaron, cartref preswyl Bryntirion a’r feddygfa. Dywedodd yr Athro Drakeford: “Rwy’n falch o allu cyhoeddi’r cam pwysig hwn yn natblygiad canolfan newydd Cylch Caron. Y llynedd, fe wnes i a’r Gweinidog Cymunedau a Threchu Tlodi, Lesley Griffiths, gyhoeddi £5.8m ar gyfer y ganolfan newydd, lle bydd gwasanaethau pwysig ar gael o dan yr un to ac yn agosach at y bobl sydd eu hangen.

“Trwy gydweithio a chanolbwyntio ar ymyrraeth gynnar, bydd y gwasanaethau hyn yn helpu pobl i fyw bywydau egnïol ac annibynnol.” Dywedodd y Cynghorydd Ellen ap Gwynn, Arweinydd Cyngor Sir Ceredigion a chadeirydd y bwrdd gwasanaethau lleol: “Mae’r cyhoeddiad hwn yn garreg filltir allweddol i brosiect Cylch Caron, ac rydyn ni un cam yn agosach at ddarparu gwasanaethau tai, iechyd a chymdeithasol effeithlon a chynaliadwy o ansawdd uchel sy’n gwasanaethu cymuned wledig Tregaron a’r ardaloedd cyfagos. “Bydd y datblygiad yn fwy nag adeilad. Bydd yn hwyluso’r gwaith o ddarparu’r model gofal cymunedol integredig a ddatblygwyd ar gyfer Ceredigion, a bydd gan lawer mwy o gleientiaid fynediad gwell at y gwasanaethau hyn.”

Dywedodd Prif Weithredwr Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda, Steve Moore: “Mae hyn yn newyddion gwych i Dregaron. Rwy’n falch ein bod wedi gallu gweithio gyda chydweithwyr o Lywodraeth Cymru a Chyngor Sir Ceredigion i gyrraedd y pwynt arwyddocaol hwn yn y prosiect. “Bydd y datblygiad yn ffordd o weithio’n integredig i sicrhau gwerth am arian a chaniatáu cyfleoedd newydd i ddarparu’r gwasanaethau sydd eu hangen ar y boblogaeth leol. “Hoffwn dalu teyrnged i’n holl randdeiliaid, gan gynnwys ein staff a chydweithwyr yr awdurdod lleol am eu cyfraniad at gyrraedd y garreg filltir hon yn y prosiect.

Edrychwn ymlaen at barhau i gydweithio â’n partneriaid i gyflawni’r datblygiad.” Mae datblygiad Cylch Caron, dan arweiniad Bwrdd Gwasanaethau Lleol Ceredigion, yn bosibl diolch i gyfanswm buddsoddiad o £8.1m gan Lywodraeth Cymru, Cyngor Sir Ceredigion a Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda i ddarparu gwasanaethau cynaliadwy yn un o rannau mwyaf gwledig Cymru. Bydd y ganolfan yn gartref i amrywiaeth o wasanaethau, gan gynnwys meddygfa, fferyllfa gymunedol, clinigau i gleifion allanol, gwasanaethau nyrsio yn y gymuned, gofal nyrsio hirdymor a gofal dydd.

Mae yna hefyd gynlluniau ar gyfer 34 o fflatiau i bobl sydd angen mwy o ofal a chymorth i aros yn eu cartrefi, a chwe lle iechyd a gofal cymdeithasol integredig i bobl nad oes angen iddyn nhw aros yn yr ysbyty, ond sydd angen mwy o gymorth cyn dychwelyd adref. Mae’r gwaith yn symud ymlaen ar y cynlluniau manwl ar gyfer prosiect Cylch Caron – bydd yr achos busnes llawn yn cael ei gyflwyno i Lywodraeth Cymru ac erbyn yr haf, bydd Landlord Cymdeithasol Cofrestredig wedi’i benodi. Chwaraeodd Elin Jones ran bwysig yn y datblygiadau hyn, fel y dywedodd y Gweinidog yn ei sylwadau.

AC Ceredigion drefnodd y cyfarfod cychwynol rhwng y Gweinidog a grwp o feddygon lleol, a berswadiodd Llywodraeth Cymru o’r angen am ddechrau o’r newydd wrth gynllunio dyfodol Bronglais a’r NHS yng Nghymru wledig. Ers hynny, comisiynwydd Adolygiad Longley, a arweiniodd at sefydlu grwp cydweithredol y canolbarth, a chamau gwirioneddol ymlaen fel agor 12 o welyau ym Mronglais a hysbysebu swyddi newydd arbenigol yn nhriniaeth y galon a meysydd eraill. Meddai Elin Jones: “Mae’n destun balchder i mi y bydd ardal Tregaron yn gartref i’r prosiect gofal iechyd cymdeithasol integredig, modern hwn. “Bydd nifer o gyfleusterau yng Nghylch Caron.

Mae’r Bwrdd Iechyd wedi cadarnhau y bydd chwe gwely yn cael eu darparu i gymryd lle’r Ysbyty presennol. Bydd hefyd yno feddygfa, ac amrywiaeth o lety preswyl a gofal, yn cael eu darparu gan yr awdurdod lleol a’r drydedd sector. “Ni ddylai’r Gwasanaeth Iechyd anghofio’n hardaloedd gwledig. Y ffordd ymlaen, yn fy marn i, yw i integreiddio gofal iechyd a chymdeithasol yn llawn. Mae’r buddsoddiad yma yn hwb i ardal Tregaron, a gobeithio bydd yn fodel y bydd ardaloedd eraill am ei efelychu.”

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Time given to develop Parc Natur Penglais

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New steps: At Parc Natur Penglais

VOLUNTEERS, including students, have given around 500 hours of their time to develop Parc Natur Penglais.

Along with support from Ceredigion County Council, the Group have built around 100 steps in 5 different places which has made the park a great place to walk, play and enjoy around a number of safe paths.

Councillor Mark Strong said: “Knowing that we have the support of the local community makes such a difference to peoples’ enthusiasm and having the grant from Aberystwyth Town Council, Cambrian News and Tesco made it possible. Volunteers can make a relatively small sum of money go long way.”

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​RSPCA aim for Christmas number one​

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'Stars' by Lucy Ellie​: Help it get to number one

M​USIC fans across Wales can help the RSPCA secure the Christmas number one slot, and provide vital support for animals in need across the country.

The animal welfare charity has thrown its hat into the ring to claim the festive chart accolade – as up-and-coming singer Lucy Ellie covers Simply Red’s hit song ​’​Stars​’​ in aid of the RSPCA.

‘Stars’ is the soundtrack to the charity’s ‘Kindness at Christmas’ video, which has already gone viral with over ​two million views online across a variety of platforms.

The tear-jerking video tells the story of Woody the Christmas toy pup who who is thrown out with the rubbish before being rescued and taken in for care by the RSPCA.

Proceeds from the single are being donated to the RSPCA to help in their work rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming thousands of animals every year.

RSPCA Cymru is again bracing itself for a busy festive period. In December 2016 and January 2017 alone, in Wales, 5,932 incidents were reported to the RSPCA – with 141 of these on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

Lucy Ellie Cooper, who works at the charity, said: “This was a lovely opportunity for me to combine my two loves – animals and music.

“Outside of my job at the RSPCA I am a country music singer and songwriter, so when the chance came up to record such a fantastic and well-known song for the charity’s Christmas video, I jumped at it. I really hope people will take Woody’s story into their hearts and support the RSPCA this winter.”

You can help the RSPCA rescue, rehabilitate and re-home animals in desperate need of care, and support the charity’s ‘kindness’ campaign online

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Charity games raise over £2000

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Team Tesco: Raised over £2000 through three football games

NOT all heroes wear capes and Tesco Aberystwyth’s very own Community Champion, Natasha Worrall has proven this raising a staggering £2,096.27 for local and national charities.

Natasha, the brainchild behind the charity football events, came up with the idea first off by challenging Tesco’s neighbours, Marks and Spencer’s, to a football match, she quickly set her powers to work and contacted Aberystwyth Football club who were more than happy to help and allowed use of the pitch.

The Big Day arrived, there was a lot of tension and passion on the pitch that night, it was more than just about winning a match it was the status, the pride and most of all bringing people together to raise money for three great causes; Diabetes UK, British Heart Foundation and Mind. Hundreds of supporters braved the cold October evening to support the players and Tesco stole the show with a 7-1 victory and an amazing £607 was raised.

Natasha now had a taste of success under her cape and wanted to really get this event of the ground and challenged supermarket rivals, Morrisons to a match! The response for Tesco vs Morrisons was just what Natasha wanted and a November date was set.

Tesco now had experience in their boots and both teams had everything to play for. Victory once again went to Tesco who pipped Morrisons at the post and clawed back to a 5-4 victory raising a further £648.15 for Diabetes UK, British Heart Foundation and Clic Sargent.

In true football fashion Natasha wanted a hat trick but could Team Tesco achieve this? Last Sunday (Dec 3) seemed the perfect opportunity and the opponents who were up for the challenge came from Bronglais Hospital and their chosen charity Pila Pala, Llwyn yr Eos. What a match! And what great team to take victory, Hywel Dda 2 – Tesco – 0. A rematch could certainly be on the cards especially as they raised the biggest amount ever of £841.12.

Behind every success there is always great team and working with Natasha and the players a number of local heroes who helped, Ruth’s kitchen provided heroic meals for all the players for a £1 donation, Aberystwyth women’s Team loaned their footballs, the Referees, linesmen, stewards, security, first aiders and ball boys and girls who all donated their time free of charge.

Team Tesco are looking for more opponents to play and raise even more money for local charities, if you are interested please call into Tesco store and see Natasha.

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