Due to government restrictions the Community Centre is closed until further notice. Looking forward to being back as soon as possible

NEWS:

CORONA-VIRUS LATEST:

WE CONFIRM THAT THE CENTRE IS CLOSED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.

Everyone take care, don't panic  and think of others.


UPDATE: (10 August 2020)

The Community Council are making arrangements to have the building deep cleaned but is unlikely that the Centre will open before the end of August.


UPDATE (16 August 2020):

We are in discussions with groups/ class organisers to check when they would like to start back. We have to agree safety procedures which are acceptable to both parties. We will produce a list of such events soon.


CANCELLATION - unfortunately the JERSEY BOYS SHOW which was booked for 18th September has had to be CANCELLED due to the restrictions imposed on live indoor entertainment. 


UPDATE ON THE RE-OPENING OF THE LLANGENNECH COMMUNITY CENTRE – 21 August 2020

Although some progress has been made – the water system has been checked out; cleaning is in progress, the opening date of the Community Centre is still under review.

The Welsh Government has given Local Authorities the discretion to make their own arrangements regarding when to open, what to open and what is necessary to provide a safe and secure premises to safeguard the employees and all who attend the Centre from the dangers associated with the Covid 19 virus pandemic.

The Llangennech Community Council take the advice from the Carmarthenshire County Council and to date the only relaxation of restrictions has applied to events that provide a public service such as the Library, Crèches and the Foot Clinic. We are still waiting for the library service to commit to a start date, but it has been suggested that it could initially be a “click and collect” service.

Discussions meanwhile are taking place with all other groups/activities that normally use the Centre in preparation for the “green light” for when they can start.

Live entertainment at the moment is at the back of the queue. Sadly we have had to cancel the Jersey Boys Show which was to have been held on the 18th September. We are crossing our fingers over the Pantomimes in November, the Christmas Fair on the 12th

December and the New Year’s Eve Show. Unfortunately it doesn’t look too good at the moment on all these events.

Although this is all frustrating we must realise that it is an attempt to protect us all from the possibility of a “second spike” in the locality.