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New Quay and Aberaeron

Problem parking

  • New Quay
    Tuesday, September 30, 2014
    Tue 19 Aug 2014

    The main problem in New Quay is parking, that occurs on the one way system along Glanmor Terrace, South John Street (leading to harbour and beach area) and also Church Street.
    The above streets are the main one way system leading to most of the shopping area and main beach.

    There are 4 large car parking areas in New Quay to provide safe and easy parking for the holiday makers
    1. Uplands square. Next to fire station
    2. Paragon car park by Wellington place
    3. Main council run car park Off church street
    4. Privately owned car park Off water street ( used as over flow car park in busy seasons)

    Council enforcement officers have been contacted to assist with parking issues.

Mon, September 01, 2014

  • In September Dyfed Powys Police are recruiting officers and community support officers and are asking residents do you have what it takes to help us safeguard our communities?

    We are looking for new recruits to work in North Powys, North Ceredigion and Pembrokeshire and we want them to live within a 30 mile radius of the station. This is important because we want to increase the number of officers in those particular communities.

    The application process will open on September 11th and close a week later. You can find our more information, and take part in an eligibility questionnaire at http://dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/join-the-police

    You can find out more about the process at one of the familiarisation events that are taking place on September 8th, 9th and 10th. For the location and times of the events please visit http://dyfed-powys.police.uk/en/join-the-police/police-officers

Inspector Mike Melly

  • Insp Melly

Sergeant Delme Rees 515

  • The Neighbourhood Policing Sergeant for the mid-section of Ceredigion is PS 515 Delme Rees. Having previously performed the same role in the Aberystwyth area, he is now looking forward to tackling the issues in his local community by being accessible and fully supporting his officers to deliver on identified community priorities.

PC Sharon Thomas 997

  • PC Sharon Thomas joined Dyfed-Powys Police in 2000, and is a member of the Aberaeron Neighbourhood Policing Team. 
    A fluent Welsh speaker, she enjoys engaging with the people and communities of Aberaeron and local groups, as well as liaising with partner agencies to tackle any relevant issues they may have.
    Born and brought up in Llandysul, prior to her Police career, Sharon joined the army and served as a soldier, during the gulf war, and in Northern Ireland.

PCSO Trish Smith 8016

  • PCSO Trish Smith joined the New Quay and Aberaeron team in January 2007. Her aim is to work closely with my community with a view to address and resolve any community issues they may have. She spent many enjoyable years visiting Aberaeron and New Quay, and considers herself lucky that she now works there.

PCSO Mike Thomas 8021

  • PCSO Mike Thomas joined Dyfed Powys Police in September 2005 as a Special Constable based in Lampeter . Prior to this he was also a Retained Fire Fighter in Lampeter.  In November 2011 he Joined the local neighborhood team of Aberaeron as a PCSO and been serving here over the last 2yrs.
    His aim as a PCSO is to work closely with the community to tackle and address local needs and concerns. He is looking forward to making a difference within the community and taking positive action to make the community a safer place to live and work.

Surgeries

  • On the 15th of every month

    Penwig Hotel, New Quay
    Wednesday 15 October, 9:30am - 10:30am
  • On the 1st Thursday of every month

    Chapel Vestry, Llanon
    Thursday 2 October, 10:30am - 11:30am
  • On the 1st Tuesday of every month

    Llanarth Church Hall
    Tuesday 7 October, 11:00am - 12:00pm