This site aims to provide you assistance and support to the communities of St. Clears, Bancyfelin, Pwll Trap and nearby areas during this difficult time.

As a Town Council we have planned and are prepared to offer whatever assistance possible in order to ensure everyone remains safe and cared for.

The site will be updated as often as possible and contains advice and contact details for assistance.

We aim to provide assistance with shopping, prescription collections and deliveries, providing assistance for your pets and above all keeping you company during the weeks ahead.

We know that we will get through this together and we will commit our efforts to helping everyone with the best service we can provide.

St. Clears Town Council Members

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Dear Friends,

Firstly, I would like to thank all those volunteers in the St Clears area, for their response in respect of the Covid-19 virus. It has been an encouragement and a comfort to be assured that during this time of enforced isolation, there are people in our community, who have taken the initiative to help the housebound and the vulnerable. I would also like to thank all those who work in our surgery, pharmacies, local shops and garages for ensuring that we have peace of mind, knowing that they are there to supply for our daily needs. It is a reminder of how we owe them for their kindnesses and how much we take them for granted, so a very big thank you from us all.

I also want to pay tribute to our NHS. In our part of Wales, I fear that the magnitude and long-term effect of this virus, has not really hit us, however, we are aware that there are those in our hospitals, consultants, doctors, nurses, radiographers, auxiliary staff, ambulance persons, porters, hospital cleaners, the list is endless, who are not only providing a service but risking their lives for us. Our gratitude must also be extended to teachers, police, sanitation and refuse collectors, funeral directors and any others who must be out and about to ensure the stability of our society as we enter a long time of isolation.

Thank goodness for the television, telephones and social media, which enables us to communicate with one another, it makes the isolation that little bit easier to endure as we hear a friendly familiar voice or see friends and family via skype or zoom.

As a church family we have had to adapt to the needs of isolation, and I’m pleased to say that church members are part of the caring package offered by the St Clears Community. Even I am able to offer online services through the wonder of modern technology and am regularly conducting and streaming a service on Facebook and Youtube, to which I extend a warm welcome to join me and others in this unusual mode of collective worship and prayer.

My earnest hope and prayer is that you will all keep safe and observe all Governmental directive in order to ensure the safety of us all and particularly our devoted NHS.

I am reminded of the words of the Revd Dr Martin Luther King, he said,

“I don’t know what the future holds, but I do know the one who holds it”.

In these uncertain and unprecedented days, let us uphold one another in prayer, and whether you are children of faith or not, please be assured that I hold you in my heart and commend you into the loving care of Jesus who said “ I am with you always, even to the end of the age.”

In His Service,

Dorrien.

The Venerable Dorrien Paul Davies.
Archdeacon of Carmarthen.

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