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Dr Siôn yn croesawu Prosiect Cylch Caron

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Croeso i gynlluniau iechyd: Dr Sion James

Croeso i gynlluniau iechyd:
Dr Sion James

MAE MEDDYG teulu Tregaron, Dr Siôn James, yn croesawu prosiect Cylch Caron a fydd yn diogelu gwasanaethau iechyd a gofal iechyd lleol at y dyfodol.

Bydd Canolfan Adnoddau Integredig Cylch Caron yn ganolfan gwbl integredig ar gyfer gwasanaethau iechyd a gofal cymdeithasol y dref a’r cyffiniau.

Dywedodd Dr James: “Yr egwyddor cyffredinol sy’n sail i’r prosiect hwn yw y dylai cleifion gael gofal mor agos i’w cartrefi â phosibl. Ym meddygfa deulu Tregaron, rydym eisoes yn gweithio ar y cyd ag Ysbyty Cymunedol Tregaron a chartref gofal Bryntirion er mwyn diwallu anghenion ein cleifion sy’n byw’n hirach ac sydd ag anghenion gofal mwyfwy cymhleth.

“Ar hyn o bryd rydym yn gwneud y mwyaf o’r cyfleusterau sydd gennym ond, pan gaiff y ganolfan newydd ei hadeiladu byddwn yn gweld manteision nid yn unig o safbwynt yr adeilad pwrpasol, modern, ond hefyd y gwerth ychwanegol a geir o gydweithio’n agos ar draws ffiniau proffesiynol – canlyniad cyfathrebu gwell yw gwasanaeth gwell i’n cleifion.

“Mae’r gymuned iechyd leol eisoes yn creu’r seilwaith ar gyfer pan fydd yr adeilad yn cael ei greu. Ar hyn o bryd, rydym yn darparu gwasanaeth cynhwysfawr i’n cleifion: o drin mân anafiadau a llawdriniaethau i sgrinio ar gyfer cyflyrau megis diabetes, cynnal clinigau bydwragedd a llawer iawn mwy.

“Rwy’n byw yn ardal Tregaron, cefais fy magu yma ac yn byw yma nawr gyda fy ngwraig a 3 o blant. Rwy’n gobeithio tyfu’n hŷn yma a defnyddio Canolfan Cylch Caron fy hunan. Edrychaf ymlaen at weithio ar y prosiect er mwyn gwneud iddo weithio ar gyfer y gymuned leol.”

Bydd Cylch Caron yn darparu adeilad newydd sbon lle cynhelir g w a s a n a e t h a u iechyd a gofal c y m d e i t h a s o l ochr yn ochr gyda llety arbenigol i unigolion ag anghenion gofal yng nghanol Tregaron. Bydd yr adeilad newydd hwn yn disodli ysbyty c y m u n e d o l Tregaron, cartref gofal Bryntirion a meddygfa deulu Tregaron.

Ar ymweliad ddydd Iau 24 Mawrth, dywedodd Mark D r a k e f o r d , G w e i n i d o g Iechyd a Gwasanaethau Cymdei thas o l , fod tir wedi’i brynu ar gyfer prosiect Cylch Caron. Mae’r datblygiad, a arweinir gan Fwrdd Gwasanaethau Lleol Ceredigion, yn cynrychioli buddsoddiad o £8.1m gan Gyngor Sir Ceredigion, Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel Dda a Llywodraeth Cymru i gyflawni gweledigaeth gwasanaethau cynaliadwy yn un o rannau mwyaf gwledig Cymru.

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Cered organises a fun evening for Llandysul Cubs with ‘Britain’s got Talent’ star

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CERED: Menter Iaith Ceredigion hosted a fantastic evening for Llandysul Cubs where the comedian Noel James from ‘Britiain’s got Talent’ came to entertain them.

Rhodri Francis, Cered Development Officer said, “We are very keen to work with organisations like the Cubs in order to hold a series of Welsh language events for their members. The evening with Noel James at Llandysul Cubs was fantastic – everyone enjoyed themselves! We wish to organise more events there in the future. We would like to thank Llandysul Cub leaders for giving us the opportunity to work with them so that their members can have the opportunity to socialise and enjoy activities through the medium of Welsh”.

Alix Bryant,Cub Leader 1st Llandysul Scout Group said, “On behalf of Llandysul Cub Scouts I would like to say a huge thank you to Cered for organising a very entertaining evening for the Cubs. It was great for the children to be entertained bilingually by Noel James, he did an amazing job. I think the children especially enjoyed the impressions!”

“This session has inspired the children to complete their entertainers badge so maybe we will have a few budding Welsh comedians in our group. Thank you again and we look forward to working with Cered in the future”.

For more information about Cered: Menter Iaith Ceredigion events and activities, visit their website, cered.cymru or their Facebook page, @ceredmenteriaith, or get in touch by calling 01545 572 358.

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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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