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Blwyddyn newydd yn llawn drama ar S4C

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dramaFE FYDD mwy o amrywiaeth fyth o ddrama ar S4C o fi s Ionawr ymlaen wrth i’r sianel lansio amserlen ar ei newydd wedd Gwener 2 Ionawr a fydd yn cynnwys slot drama gyffrous ar nosweithiau Mercher am 8.00pm. Y gyfres ddrama Lan a Lawr fydd y ddrama gyntaf yn y slot newydd o nos Fercher 7 Ionawr am 8.00pm. Gyda’r gyfres Gwaith/Cartref yn dychwelyd ar n o s w e i t h i a u Sul, Pobol y Cwm ymlaen bedair noson yr wythnos a Rownd a Rownd ddwy noson yr wythnos, bydd yna ddewis eang o ddrama ar y sianel dros y gaeaf. Gan gofio y bydd pennod arbennig newydd o Y Gwyll/ Hinterland ar gael ar S4C Clic a’r BBC iPlayer drwy gydol mis Ionawr – gwasanaethau S4C yw’r lle i fod am ddrama o’r safon uchaf. Mae hen gyfrinachau’n dod â’r de a’r gogledd ynghyd yn y ddrama newydd Lan a Lawr. Bydd yr amryddawn Dewi ‘Pws’ Morris, Beth Robert a sawl wyneb newydd yn ymddangos yn y gyfres deulu teimladwy a gafaelgar hon a y s g r i f e n n w y d gan Gareth F Williams a’i chynhyrchu gan Boom Cymru.

Nid oes llonydd i’w gael i drigolion Cwmderi gyda Pobol y Cwm (Cynhyrchiad BBC Cymru Wales) yn parhau ar nosweithiau Llun, Mawrth, Iau a Gwener am 8.00pm wrth i Dani ddychwelyd yn ôl i’r cwm yn barod i wynebu Garry yn dilyn holl lanast diwrnod eu priodas a chyflwr iechyd Meic Pierce fwrw cysgod mawr ar bawb sy’n agos ato. Mae’r dechreuad dramatig i’r flwyddyn yn parhau gyda’r gyfres boblogaidd Gwaith/Cartref (Sul, 11 Ionawr, 9.00pm, Cynhyrchiad Fiction Factory). Gyda’r staff a’r disgyblion yn Ysgol Bro Taf wedi eu symud i adeiladau ysgol arall dros dro, mae hen densiynau’n codi a pherthynas newydd yn blodeuo, ond am ba hyd? Wrth ddatgelu’r amserlen, dywed Cyfarwyddwr Cynnwys S4C Dafydd Rhys, “Mae drama S4C yn denu cynulleidfaoedd newydd i’r sianel ac yn rhoi cyffro a ffresni i’r amserlen, a bob amser yn creu trafodaeth.

Mae gennym dalent ryfeddol ar gael i ni yng Nghymru o flaen a’r tu ôl i’r camera ac rydym yn awyddus i roi’r llwyfan gorau posib i’w doniau nhw yn amserlen 2015. “Yn ogystal â Lan a Lawr a Gwaith Cartref, fe fydd ein cyfresi sebon Pobol y Cwm a Rownd a Rownd yn parhau’n sylfaen gadarn i’r amserlen y gaeaf hwn gyda digon o straeon gafaelgar. Ar ben yr holl ddrama sydd ar gael ar S4C ddechrau 2015, fe fydd cyfres ryngwladol newydd yn dilyn rhai o ohebwyr mwyaf profiadol Cymru – bob un ar drywydd stori fydd yn datgelu am straeon pwysig yn ein hanes. Bydd dau o’r gohebwyr hynny, Jon Gower a John Hardy yn mynd ar drywydd straeon sy’n dangos cysylltiad Cymru â De Corea.

Mae’r ddwy raglen yn rhan o gyd gynhyrchiad rhyngwladol sy’n ffrwyth cydweithio rhwng y darlledwyr S4C a JTV yn Ne Corea, Awen Media a Rondo Media a’r cwmni The Bridge, cwmni annibynnol sy’n pontio cynhyrchwyr ym Mhrydain gyda chwmnïau yn Asia. Fe fydd S4C hefyd yng nghalon holl ferw’r tymor chwaraeon, gan ddarlledu nifer o gemau ecsgliwsif byw ym Mhencampwriaeth Rygbi Dan 20 y Chwe Gwlad, yn ogystal â dangos gemau Cymru yn y Chwe Gwlad a llu o chwaraeon eraill. Caiff gwylwyr fwynhau tair gêm ryngwladol Dan 20 Cymru yn fyw ac yn ecsgliwsif o Barc Eirias, Bae Colwyn yn ystod y tymor rhyngwladol rygbi, gan gynnwys Cymru v Lloegr nos Sadwrn 7 Chwefror.

Fe fydd yr arlwy chwaraeon hefyd yn cynnwys pêl-droed o Uwch Gynghrair Cymru, uchafbwyntiau La Liga ac ystod o gampau eraill. Yn y maes adloniant, bydd y cogydd o fri Dudley Newbery yn ôl gyda’r gyfres Pryd o Sêr (cynhyrchiad Rondo Media) a bydd sawl wyneb adnabyddus Cymreig yn cystadlu ar Ynys Môn. Byddan nhw’n perfformio nifer o dasgau i brofi eu sgiliau coginio a’u hamynedd i’r eithaf. Gosodwch y bwrdd ar gyfer nos Sul 11 Ionawr am 8.00pm. Pa ffordd well o fyrhau’r gaeaf na chwmni cymeriadau lliwgar Caryl Parry-Jones? Bydd cyfle i ddal i fyny gyda’r arweinydd Sioned Grug, y fythol gyfoethog Veloria a’r ferch ysgol afreolus Ffion Carlton-Lewis yn Caryl a’r Lleill (cynhyrchiad Boom Cymru) sy’n dechrau nos Fercher 21 Ionawr am 8.30pm.

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Covid-19 vaccination venues and timeline announced for everyone locally over 50

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EVERY person in JCVI priority groups 5 to 9 will be offered a COVID-19 vaccination by 18 April, Hywel Dda University Health Board has confirmed.

While the health board’s vaccination programme has the capacity to offer a vaccine to everyone in groups 5 to 9 by the original target date of 4 April, the delivery plan has had to be adjusted based on confirmed vaccine deliveries.

Carmarthenshire, Ceredigion, and Pembrokeshire residents in priority groups 5 to 9 can expect to receive their vaccine as follows:

  • Group 5, people aged 65 – 69 years – delivered by GP practices between 15 February and 12 March
  • Group 6, people aged 16 years to 64 years with underlying health conditions and unpaid carers – delivered by GP practices between 22 February and 4 April
  • Group 7, people aged 60 – 64 years – delivered by mass vaccination centres starting 8 March
  • Group 8, people aged 55 – 59 years – delivered by mass vaccination centres starting 22 March
  • Group 9, people aged 50 – 54 years – delivered by mass vaccination centres starting 5 April

The health board currently has mass vaccination centres located in Aberystwyth, Cardigan, Haverfordwest, Tenby, Carmarthen and Llanelli.

Group 6 is significantly the largest cohort to be vaccinated to date and we understand that many in this group will be anxious to receive a vaccine. Please do not contact your GP or the health board to ask about your appointment, you will be contacted directly when it is your turn and we thank you for your patience.

People in groups 7, 8 and 9 will receive a letter with an appointment date and time. Please arrive as close to your appointment time as possible. The letter will include a phone number to contact the health board should you need to rearrange or cancel your appointment but please make every effort to keep your allocated appointment time.

Steve Moore, Chief Executive of Hywel Dda UHB, said: “While  our programme has had to slow  due to supplies, we want to reassure everyone in groups 5 to 9 that our amazing teams of vaccinators and GP practices have the capability and flexibility to deliver our vaccine supplies as they arrive into the region.

“Vaccine supplies will start to increase again from mid-March, and we are confident that everyone living in our three counties in the top 9 priority groups will be offered a vaccine by mid-April.

“In Hywel Dda we have an older population compared to some other health boards and so over 50% of our adult population will have been offered a vaccine by milestone 2.

“To be able to say that as we approach the anniversary of the first national lockdown is nothing short of extraordinary.

“And again, I must say thank you to everyone living in our three counties who continue to come forward in substantial numbers for the vaccine. Uptake remains remarkably high and we hope to see this continue through groups 5 to 9 and into group 10.”

People are asked, wherever possible, to use their own private transport to attend an appointment. Lifts can be accepted from someone in their household or support bubble, but not from anyone else due to the risk of transmission of the virus.

The health board has put in place transport support for anyone who may have difficulty attending their vaccination appointment. If you have no other means of travel, please contact the health board on 0300 303 8322 and we will be happy to assist.

Everyone in priority groups 1 to 4 should have received an offer of a vaccination. If you have not been contacted, or have changed your mind, please contact your GP at the earliest opportunity. No one will be left behind.

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Nolton Haven: Man hospitalised after getting into difficulties in sea

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A MAN was taken to hospital after getting into difficulties in the sea off Nolton Haven on Friday.

Emergency services were alerted at 2.40pm on February 26 by a 999 call to the control centre.

The Little Haven RNLI lifeboat, Broad Haven Coastguard, an ambulance crew and a Coastguard rescue helicopter assisted police in the operation.

The male casualty was stabilised on the beach and shortly before 4.30pm, was then transported to Withybush Hospital.

A police spokesman told The Herald: “We were called to a male who had got into difficulties in the water at Nolton Haven shortly before 3pm.

“He was taken to hospital by ambulance.”

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Cyclist killed on A40 was serving police officer, force confirms

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A CYCLIST who died after a crash with a van on the A40 in Carmarthenshire was a serving police officer with Dyfed-Powys Police, the force has confirmed in a statement to Herald.Wales.

The driver of the van involved in the crash, which happened on Thursday (Feb 25) has been arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving, it was confirmed on Friday (Feb 26).

Police are investigating the fatal collision, which caused the road to be closed for 12 hours, and are asking for any witnesses to come forward by calling 101.

37-year-old Lynwen Thomas, who is a former student at Ysgol Bro Myrddin, Croes-y-Ceiliog, Carmarthen, was a sergeant and a very well-respected member of Dyfed-Powys Police.

A spokesperson for the police said in a statement: “Our thoughts are with her family, friends and colleagues, who have all been offered specialist support. We ask that family members are given the privacy they need at this difficult time.”

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