This is a difficult time for everyone and Minera Community Council will play its part here online.
We will attempt to bring together the latest official advice about how to cope with the virus, especially if you go into voluntary self-isolation either for a relatively short period or, as now seems likely in the case of older people, if it is for an extended time.
We will also signpost trusted official advice. There will be rumour and counter-rumour on social media and other parts of the web, gossip in the streets and in some of the press. We, however, will support and promote neighbourliness, respect and care for all our residents.
For now, remember those who are the most vulnerable. Check regularly that they are coping. If you are unsure about how to do this, there is a great idea below.
Check back here often as we will also be bringing together any news of specific interest to our communities. If you feel there is further information that we could make available, please use the Contact Us button at the top of this page.
We will see this through together.
Minera Community Council.
Information and Help
Latest information and advice from Public Health Wales
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Advice on Self-Isolation
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Click here for medical advice from NHS 111
Advice for patients registered with Bryn Darland Surgery, Coedpoeth (for further information go to http://www.bryndarlandsurgery.wales.nhs.uk/home)
Welcome to Bryn Darland Surgery
Corona Virus Update
In line with Welsh Government Advice - we are aiming to conduct as many consultations via telephone as possible.
This is to reduce transmission and protect both patients and staff
We are happy to deal with any queries via telephone or email. The surgery can be contacted on 01978 720285 or
Please post any prescription/fit note requests through the letter box. All prescription requests must have a chemist selected
no prescriptions will be available to collect from the surgery.
We will update this page with any new information as we receive it- further upto date information is also available from https://phw.nhs.wales/
DO NOT ENTER THE SURGERY IF YOU HAVE ANY OF THE FOLLOWING SYMPTOMS
SHORTNESS OF BREATH
OR IF YOU THINK YOU ARE AT RISK OF HAVING CORONAVIRUS
PLEASE RETURN HOME AND CONTACT THE SURGERY FOR ADVICE, NHS 111 OR USE THE ONLINE SYMPTOM CHECKER AT
For advice on self-isolation please visit:
We thank you for your co-operation at this time
Similar advice is available for patients registered with Coedpoeth Health Centre Surgery and can be found at https://www.caritassurgery.co.uk/4764/Home
If you would like to offer practical help in the coming weeks and months, this is being co-ordinated at various levels and we will keep you fully informed. Meanwhile, here is an idea from Becky Wass from Cornwall. The form can be downloaded by clicking on the image below, printed and filled, and left with anyone who you feel may need support (if only a friendly phone call).
Wednesday 18 March 2020
MINERA COMMUNITY COUNCIL
STATEMENT TO RESIDENTS CONCERNING CORONAVIRUS
Minera Community Council is committed to being a source of assistance and service to the communities of Minera and all of our residents throughout the current national health crisis. Your Clerk and Councillors are working to provide the most effective service that they can to support everyone and direct them to the help and resources available, and to publish up to date guidance from national and regional government, local authorities and health professionals.
Please check our website www.mineracommunitycouncil.co.uk and noticeboards for the latest information, and get in touch with any of our Councillors or Clerk via the contact details available on both the website and the noticeboards with any issues or queries for the Community Council’s attention.
The regular monthly meeting of Minera Community Council scheduled for Wednesday 18 March has been postponed until Wednesday 25 March in order that time can be spent scheduling the Council’s priorities and making alternative arrangements to meet and conduct business should it not be possible to hold face to face meetings for a period of time.
It will be the Council’s foremost priority to draw up plans to support the most vulnerable and isolated members of our communities, and to seek voluntary help from anyone who is able to assist in this effort. Please therefore check our website for details as this will be the quickest means by which we will be able to publicise developments.
Thank you for reading this notice, and in anticipation of anything you can do or offer to support our communities.
Councillor J Edwards, Chair, Minera Community Council
Mr David Hinchliffe, Clerk to Minera Community Council
Messy Church at St Tudfil's and Minera Churches has been cancelled this week.