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If you're sending us display adverts or an article, please check the format - it'll save us and you lots of time. The Newsletter Team Other contact details: To book a stall contact: Hag Harris yn llywyddu. Nid oedd aelodau Cyngor Tref Llanbedr Pont Steffan yn Members of Lampeter Town Council did not support the cefnogi'r gostyngiad yn yr oriau agor Gorsaf Heddlu Llanbedr reduction in the opening hours of Lampeter Police Station, Pont Steffan, hynny yw, o 24 awr y dydd i 16 awr, a that is, from 24 hours per day to 16 hours, diolch am eich business plan in gyflwynwyd ym mis Ebrillgyda chriw symudol o Aprilwith night time cover offered by mobile crews Aberteifi ac Aberystwyth ar gynnig yn ystod y nos.
Roedd y Cyngor Tref o blaid y trefniant blaenorol a meddylid y The Town Council was fully persuaded that the previous dylai Gorsaf Heddlu Llanbedr Pont Steffan weithredu fel arrangement should resume and that Lampeter Police Gorsaf 24 awr.
Station should operate as a Hour Station. Y gobaith of the Play area, extending 99 years. Lampeter Food Surplus will be operating from Victoria Hall pm every Thursday distributing free food to anyone who wants it.
Sarah, sarahjhulme outlook. The Food Bank is always grateful to be considered if you are clearing out a cupboard, and would welcome a call on our mobile to talk about the kind of non-perishable in-date food that we can accept to give to our clients.
If there are open packets of in-date foods, the Food Bank cannot use these, but Sarah Hulme would be happy to take them for the Lampeter Food Project, the free community meal cooked every Thursday at Victoria Hall.
Sarah can be contacted on Food left in cupboards is often out of date or the tins have become rusty, and we cannot offer this to anyone!
This should really be disposed of - so please save everyone the trouble, by not trying to transfer or offer this unusable food. Over a period of time I have observed the people that use it and really believe it could and should be a lovely place for the town, its people and visitors.
I have been periodically sweeping up the cigarette butts and can tops, and plan to put up some laminated signs to remind people to properly dispose of their rubbish… for god sakes there are two bins within steps of the bench!! I have a few other plans but would like to speak to yourselves regarding this matter.
I think its time for some 'people power' to make the square …something the town can be proud of. I really would appreciate any help you can provide and look forward to meeting up You could be someone who knows how to repair: How to get involved: Dr Vole Transition Llambed Admin Team 5 6 People Power - why we should campaign about trade deals Trade has always been part of society and many would see it as a good thing.
But nowadays trade deals have little to do with actual trade — too often they are about giving huge powers to big business, affecting every aspect of our society from the NHS to online privacy, environmental protection and food standards.
As it stands, the current process for negotiating trade deals for the UK is completely undemocracitic.
Parliament has no say in starting, negotiating, amending or signing these deals — and the people have no voice, either through voting or via our MPs.
And yet big business lobbyists can often get access to these discussions with no accountability. Below are some of the current threats posed by trade deals and what could be done to make them work for people and planet. Threat to the environment Trade deals can be used to prevent efforts to restore the environment and combat climate change.
If governments introduce regulations or standards to, for instance, promote the use of renewable energy and limit the use of dirty fossil fuels, or to require environmental impact assessments, or to ban pollutants — they can all be challenged as barriers to trade.
This risks the sustainable future of our planet for everyone.
Instead, trade deals should explicitly recognise that environmental standards and climate commitments take precedence over trade rules.When thrown together with the ‘To Do’ list of new start-ups customer profiling can often be overlooked, when in fact it should be one of the first things new businesses do.
Diolch i chi am rannu eich syniadau a sylwadau! Mae eich blaenoriaethau a syniadau yn cael eu defnyddio i helpu’r Pwyllgor i ysgrifennu ei adroddiad ar sut y gallwn ddatblygu egwyddorion sy'n sail i bolisi amaethyddiaeth a datblygu gwledig newydd i Gymru.
Diolch am eich cefnogaeth ffyddlon / Thank you for your faithful support. Looking forward to seeing everyone next year on a more typically sunny St David's Day!
Hub cyngor Diolch am gyflwyno’ch manylion i dîm y Gwasanaeth Ffit i Weithio. Byddwn yn cysylltu â chi’n rheolaidd i roi gwybod i chi am ddatblygiadau yn y Gwasanaeth Ffit i Weithio. The plan of the Maes The first visit of the National Eisteddfod to Abergavenny since means that Monmouthshire County Council will place temporary restrictions on .