Members of the public have the opportunity to view the latest design plans for the Cylch Caron integrated resource centre and learn more about the project in a public information event.
Mid-Wales Housing Association, in partnership with Ceredigion County Council and Hywel Dda University Health Board, have organised an information event on 13 December to discuss the proposed integrated resource centre which will be developed in Tregaron.
Cylch Caron is intended to be a health and extra care resource for Tregaron and the surrounding area and will consist of a GP surgery, community pharmacy, outpatient clinics, community nursing services, long-term care and day care. There are also plans for 34 flats for people who require extra care and support to remain in their own homes and six integrated health and social care places for people who no longer need to stay in hospital, but require more support before they return home.
Councillor Catherine Hughes, Ceredigion County Council Cabinet Member with responsibility for Care, Assurance and Housing Services and Chair of the Cylch Caron Stakeholder Board said: ""The current developments on the Cylch Caron project are very exciting and I would encourage everyone to come and see the proposed plans."
There will be a warm welcome to members of the Tregaron and surrounding communities at the event which will be held at Y Talbot, The Square, Tregaron on Tuesday, 13 December, 2016. The event will be open between 10 am to 12 noon, 12.30 pm to 3 pm and 5 pm to 7.30 pm. on the 13 December.
Aidan Ackerman, Director of Customer Services at Mid-Wales Housing said: The partnership has been working hard and we are excited to show the community how this important resource for Tregaron is moving forward.
For further information about this event, please contact Jo Hughes on 0300 111 3030 or email@example.com and for general information about the scheme please visit the website of Ceredigion County Council.
Photo Caption: Image for illustration purposes only, may not reflect the final design.