Alice hope, Acif Adult Officer for Carmarthen attended a walking netball session this week in Trimsaran sports centre, there is a really keen group of ladies delivering a walking netball session but they are looking for more people (men & women) to attend the session.
Recent C50+ News
- Important links to official information Thursday April 23rd, 2020
- Can you trust what you read on Facebook? Wednesday April 22nd, 2020
- Staying in touch with friends – small groups Sunday April 19th, 2020
- Online Drop In Sessions from Digital Communities Wales Sunday April 12th, 2020
- Online help and activities from Digital Communities Wales Sunday April 12th, 2020
Facebook Posts from Carmarthenshire 50 Plus
As people were interested in the extract about quarantine from 1517, I thought these audio and video files about all manner of things might appeal.
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Beach car parks
All county council owned car parks along Llanelli’s Millennium Coastal Park, and at the beachfront at Llansteffan, re-open today – Friday, June 6, 2020.
The car park off Factory Road, near the entrance to Pembrey Country Park, will remain closed until further notice.
Pay and display machines are not currently in operation.
Residents are urged to maintain social distancing when using car parks, and to respect other people around them.
People are also reminded that Welsh Government restrictions are still in force, which ask people to stay local and travel no further than five miles for essential journeys, including for daily exercise. ... See MoreSee Less
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Just been poking around in the National Archive and found these transcriptions :
‘take special regard and make diligent search amongst you from time to time that there be no resort, sojourning, nor lodging of any strange persons within any of your houses in our said college which shall come from London or any other place where any infection is’
The first ‘state’ quarantine measures in England (1517): St George’s College Archives, Windsor, IV.B.2
‘and in case any of you or yours be infected or shall fortune to be infected, that then ye do see the doors of the house to be shut up where the infection is or shall happen to be amongst you, and that no recourse of people be made there, nor none of the persons of the said house do go abroad but only one to bring in meat and drink and other necessaries for the persons within the said house, he bearing always openly upward a white rod in his hand of four foot long, during the space of forty days after the last infection within the said house, and also that a wisp of hay or straw be hanged out of the said house upon a pole’s end of eight foot long at the least’
The first ‘state’ quarantine measures in England (1517): St George’s College Archives, Windsor, IV.B.2 ... See MoreSee Less
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