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Dangos y galw am wasanaethau Cymraeg

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cymraeg2FEL RHAN o ymgyrch i Gymreigio Cyngor Penfro mae aelodau Cymdeithas yr iaith wedi lansio taflen adborth gall unrhyw un ei defnyddio i nodi diffyg gwasanaeth Cymraeg. 

Mae’r daflen wedi ei llunio fel rhan o ymateb y Gymdeithas i hysbyseb swydd gan Gyngor Sir Benfro oedd yn dweud nad oedd y Gymraeg yn ystyriaeth. Ers hynny mae Cymdeithas yr Iaith wedi cyflwyno llythyron agored, llunio siarter alwadau i Gymreigio’r Cyngor a chynnal rali er mwyn rhoi cyfle i bobl leisio’u barn. Dywedodd Matthew Rempes, aelod lleol sydd wedi helpu i lunio’r daflen: “Mae’n arwyddocaol ein bod ni’n lansio’r daflen mewn g’yl i ddysgwyr – beth yw diben gwersi Cymraeg os nad yw pobl yn gallu ei defnyddio o ddydd i ddydd ac yn eu gwaith? Fel un o brif gyflogwyr a darparwyr gwasanaethau y sir byddai’n rhoi cymaint mwy o werth i’r Gymraeg a hyder i bobl y sir – dysgwyr a siaradwyr rhugl, i’w defnyddio os byddai’r Cyngor yn dweud eu bod nhw am symud i weithio yn Gymraeg. “Fe wnaethon ni gwrdd gyda’r Cyngor yn ddiweddar i drafod hyn ond roedd hi’n amlwg nad oedd gyda nhw gynllun o ran gwneud mwy yn Gymraeg – hynny sydd ar goll. Gobeithio bydd yr holl enghreifftiau byddan nhw’n cael yn dangos iddyn nhw fod pobl eisiau’r gwasanaethau Cymraeg hyn.” Ymysg enghreifftiau sydd wedi dod i law hyd yma mae llythyr uniaith Saesneg i gydnabod derbyn ffurflen i gofrestru plentyn mewn ysgol Gymraeg; nad yw staff y canolfannau galw yn gallu ateb ymholiadau yn Gymraeg ac nad oes gwersi nofio ar gael yn Gymraeg. Ychwanegodd Matthew Rempes: “Er ein bod ni wedi bod yn gofyn i’r Cyngor wneud sawl peth mae gyda ni i gyd ein rhan i chwarae wrth gryfhau’r Gymraeg yn y sir. Mae’r ffurflen hon yn un ffordd rwydd i bobl roi eu sylwadau a’u enghreifftiau ac i ni ddangos i’r Cyngor fod pobl eisiau’r gwasanaethau yma yn Gymraeg.”

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Aberystwyth man sent to prison

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A 50-YEAR-OLD man from Ceredigion appeared at Haverfordwest Magistrates’ Court on Monday (Sept 16) to face a charge of being intoxicated in a public place, whilst he was prohibited from doing so.

Malcolm Roy Edwards of Queens Road, Aberystwyth, pleaded guilty to being drunk in public in Llanrystud when he was prohibited from doing so after being made subject to a criminal behaviour order by Aberystwyth magistrates on October 12, 2017.

He also admitted breaching that order by committing this offence on September 11 this year.

Magistrates sent Edwards to prison for 18 weeks, as they felt the offence was serious having been aggravated by the offence being committed whilst on a community order.

He must also pay £122 victim surcharge, and the community order was revoked.

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Ceredigion Day Centre meet the Dream Team

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On Monday 9 September, the Dream Team visited staff and service users at, Canolfan Meugan Community Support Base for adults with learning disabilities and older people, to showcase the ‘My charter’. The Learning Disabilities ‘My Charter’ West Wales was written by people who have learning disabilities in West Wales.

The Dream Team is made up of the people who wrote the Charter. The Charter says that people who have learning disabilities want to have more chances in life, more choice and to be listened to. It also says that people who have learning disabilities want to be treated as adults, to be given dignity and respect and that their information is kept private.

Organisations, businesses and individuals are encouraged to show their support by signing up to the My Charter.

Go to www.ldcharter.com for more information on ‘My Charter’.

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AM and MP help ease complicated bus pass application process

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Elin Jones AM and Ben Lake MP have offered to help constituents who need to renew their Bus Passes, after raising concerns about the change in the renewal process.

As the current Concessionary Travel Passes run out at the end of the year, Transport For Wales have asked pass holders to reapply online, however Elin Jones and Ben Lake have raised concerns that the process is over complicated and that applying online rather than via a paper form will exclude many.

Initially, if applicants wanted a paper form, TfW said that applicants had to call a helpline and were warned the process would take a long time. So, as thousands went onto the website, it crashed under the weight of demand.

However, with the website expected to be back up and running soon, Elin Jones and Ben Lake have offered to help constituents reapply.

Elin Jones said:

“Bus pass users have been told that their current passes will be accepted for travel until 31 December 2019, however after that they will need to have the new pass.

“The application process has been muddled by urging people to reapply online. We know that many over 60s and disabled people may not have internet access or may be unfamiliar with its use.

“To simplify the process, I am offering the support of my office to try and help constituents with the process of reapplying for their bus pass, and Ben Lake MP is doing the same.

“If constituents would like to collect a paper form, or if they require assistance applying on paper or online, then they are welcome to contact us and we would be glad to assist, either by arranging a visit to either of our offices, or by sending forms to you.”

Ben Lake added:

“We know how vital access to buses are to many older and vulnerable people in Ceredigion, and I hope that we will be able to help as many people as possible to keep this access.”

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