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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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Directory of services launched by Ceredigion’s Carers Unit as part of Carers Rights Day

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WHETHER you are a new carer or have been caring for someone for a while, it’s important that you understand your rights and you’re able to access the support that is available to you as soon as you need it. Wherever you are in your caring journey.

It is more important than ever that Carers look after their own health and wellbeing as well as the people they care for. This year for Carers Rights Day, Ceredigion Carers Unit and our partners wanted to ensure Carers have the information and the knowledge that they need at their fingertips, so they can feel confident asking for what they need.

Ceredigion Carers Unit and partners have brought together a Bumper Edition of the Winter Carers Magazine. It’s a ‘Carers Rights Day Directory of services’ bursting with useful information and advice on your rights, including, where to get help and support in West Wales.

There is also a free Carers programme of talks & short training sessions online (also with access by telephone). This programme runs right through until end of March 2021.

Being a carer can take its toll on your wellbeing. Following a recent Carers UK survey, 78% of Carers in Wales said that they have been unable to take any, or a sufficient, breaks from their caring role since the outbreak of COVID-19. As a result of this, surveyed Carers also reported that their health and wellbeing had been affected, with 66% reporting that their mental health had worsened due to the pandemic.

Councillor Catherine Hughes, Carers Champion for Ceredigion County Council, said: “The magazine and the programme of talks & short courses appeals to a huge variety of unpaid Carers. There is something in there for parent Carers, dementia Carers, young Carers, those caring for someone affected by mental health or substance misuse issues and everything in between. And relevant to those caring for people of all ages. If you know of anyone with caring responsibilities who would benefit from this magazine or the free advice sessions, please pass it on.”

Catherine Moyle, Carers Support and Development Officer, Ceredigion County Council, Carers Unit said: “A warm welcome is extended to all unpaid Carers in the county and those that you care for. These are challenging times. Reaching out for support when you need it is a form of self-care and it boosts your resilience. It takes a strong person to carry on caring – it takes a stronger, more resilient person to reach out to others.”

The programme of online sessions and the magazine are available on Ceredigion County Council’s website here: http://www.ceredigion.gov.uk/resident/social-care-wellbeing/support-for-carers/carers-rights-day-2020/ and on their Facebook pages @CeredigionCC under events.

If you would prefer to request a printed copy of the magazine or would like any further information, please get in touch with the Ceredigion Carers Unit on 01970 633564 or e-mail carersunit@ceredigion.gov.uk.

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Development of Ceredigion’s first Wellbeing Hub approved

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THE PROPOSAL to develop a Wellbeing Centre in Lampeter was approved at a Cabinet meeting on 01 December 2020.

As part of its commitment to form an Adult Wellbeing Program, Ceredigion County Council intends to establish Wellbeing Hubs in North, Mid and South Ceredigion as well as pop-up provision in other locations in the County. Each Wellbeing Hub (area) will host a ‘Wellbeing Centre’ – a facility that enhances its core offer of Leisure provision with areas for meeting, consultation and treatment to contribute to improving the physical, mental and social well-being of the County’s residents.

Councillor Catherine Hughes said, “It is clear that residents’ support needs are changing and the Wellbeing Centre should be able to offer assistance and provide services to ensure that they respond to need and offer support to a wide range of support for people of all ages. It’s great to see this positive first step for the residents of mid Ceredigion.”

The Wellbeing Centre development concept will be presented to the Corporate Project Management Board and Development Group to ensure that it follows the agreed protocols for a project of this status. Ceredigion County Council intends to develop further Wellbeing Centres in the North and South of the County. The learning through the creation of the first Centre in Lampeter will influence the other Centres and implement the program in the future.

The Wellbeing Hub in Lampeter is being developed with the help of a grant from the Welsh Government.

In approving the application, this allows the Welfare Services to progress the project work on the development of the Wellbeing Centre in Lampeter.

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Lampeter to have its say on £10,000 funding for community groups

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Community groups in Lampeter will soon have the chance to apply for funds from a pot of £10,000
committed by Dyfed-Powys Police Police and Crime Commissioner Dafydd Llywelyn.
The commissioner has called on groups to take advantage of funding for projects that aim to
improve safety in the area.

Mr Llywelyn has committed £140,000 for Neighbourhood Policing Teams to spend within the
communities they serve. Each team will receive £10,000, with communities themselves voting on
how the money is allocated.

Lampeter is next on the list of events – and the NPT is calling on partner organisations and people
who live or work in the town to join forces and form a community planning group to make key
decisions.

Mr Llywelyn said: “I have committed to fund this new and innovative approach to community
funding as I think it’s vital that local residents have a say in how money is spent in their local area.
“They are best placed to work with the police, and indeed other partner agencies, to identify where
the money is needed and what would most benefit the local communities.
“Communities should be influencing the decisions.

“I urge the various community groups in Lampeter to consider the funding that I have made
available, and to contact the Lampeter NPT to discuss ideas, so the whole community can work
together to improve community safety.”

The planning group will attend several meetings – either socially distanced or online – over the next
few months to agree on key decisions and planning. Details will then be released on how groups can
apply for the funding, and an event will take place, giving people a chance to vote on which projects
should benefit.

Superintendent Ifan Charles, force lead on participatory budgeting, said: “Participatory budgeting is
a way of giving communities a greater say in how their community evolves.

“Problem solving to find long term solutions to solve the issues that cause communities the greatest
harm, is at the core of our new neighbourhood policing model.

“Through informed community engagement and problem solving, the new neighbourhood structure
should reduce the long-term harm for our communities and with that, demand on our response
officers, but this will only work if our communities and partners are equally engaged.
“Participatory budgeting has worked really well elsewhere and I’m really excited to lead the
introduction of this innovative approach here.”

If you live, work or play in Lampeter and would like to be involved, or if you have any questions,
please register an interest at LampeterPB@dyfed-powys.pnn.police.uk
Follow the NPT on Twitter at @LampeterPolice for further updates. #LampeterPB

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