Coronavirus is still a threat and we all have to keep to the guidelines. To keep everyone safe and stop Coronavirus from increasing, the Welsh Government has taken the decision to slowly ease lockdown restrictions.

Hands.  Face.  Space.  Fresh Air

Wales is continuing to ease restrictions and we are very pleased to be able to welcome visitors and holidaymakers to Aberdyfi once more. Self-contained accommodation is now open, please check the Welsh Government website for restrictions on who can stay in accommodation. All shops and services are now permitted to open as is outdoor hospitality.

We must continue to follow social distancing and other guidelines. The guidelines here in Wales are different from those in England and are changing regularly, so please check the Welsh Government website for current COVID-19 info.

We look forward to safely welcoming you back to Aberdovey and invite you to use our website to take an online tour of Aberdovey and this glorious part of Wales.

Photo of Aberdovey and Dyfi estuary looking south east from footpath off Copperhill Street

Spotlight…

Liz Saville-Roberts AS/MP and Mabon ap Gwynfor AS/MS will hold a surgery on Friday 9th December at the Literary Institute, Aberdyfi.  Scroll down for more information:   Spotlight...

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Picnic Island Bridge to be installed

Great news! The new bridge at Picnic Island will be installed on the 14th and 15th November. The road will be closed between 7pm and 6am on those nights, with traffic lights in place the rest of the time, from the 10th November. Spotlight...

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HM Queen Elizabeth II – In Memoriam

Aberdyfi Community Council joins the nation in mourning the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. A book of condolence has been opened in the Reading Room at the Literary Institute and floral tributes can be left at the top of the ramp outside St. Peter’s Church....

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Community Village Meeting!

Tuesday 21st June, 7pm Neuadd Dyfi All welcome - FREE tea and cake! Including news from the Community Council, AA&I, Neuadd Dyfi, Aberdyfi Community Projects group, the Health Centre and YOU! Come along and help us make Aberdyfi the best place to live and...

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Election Nominations Open

Why not get more involved in your community and become a councillor? Nominations are now open and will close on 5th April, so get yours in NOW! Nomination papers can be collected from the Community Council office in the Institute, or by sending an email to the...

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Spotlight…

Liz Saville-Roberts AS/MP and Mabon ap Gwynfor AS/MS will hold a surgery on Friday 9th December at the Literary Institute, Aberdyfi.  Scroll down for more information:   Spotlight...

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Photo of Aberdovey and Dyfi estuary looking south east from footpath off Copperhill Street

Coronavirus is still a threat and we all have to keep to the guidelines. To keep everyone safe and stop Coronavirus from increasing, the Welsh Government has taken the decision to slowly ease lockdown restrictions.

Hands.  Face.  Space.  Fresh Air

Wales is continuing to ease restrictions and we are very pleased to be able to welcome visitors and holidaymakers to Aberdyfi once more. Self-contained accommodation is now open, please check the Welsh Government website for restrictions on who can stay in accommodation. All shops and services are now permitted to open as is outdoor hospitality.

We must continue to follow social distancing and other guidelines. The guidelines here in Wales are different from those in England and are changing regularly, so please check the Welsh Government website for current COVID-19 info.

We look forward to safely welcoming you back to Aberdovey and invite you to use our website to take an online tour of Aberdovey and this glorious part of Wales.

Spotlight…

Liz Saville-Roberts AS/MP and Mabon ap Gwynfor AS/MS will hold a surgery on Friday 9th December at the Literary Institute, Aberdyfi.  Scroll down for more information:   Spotlight...

read more

Coronavirus is still a threat and we all have to keep to the guidelines. To keep everyone safe and stop Coronavirus from increasing, the Welsh Government has taken the decision to slowly ease lockdown restrictions.

Hands. Face. Space. Fresh Air

Wales is continuing to ease restrictions and we are very pleased to be able to welcome visitors and holidaymakers to Aberdyfi once more. Self-contained accommodation is now open, please check the Welsh Government website for restrictions on who can stay in accommodation. All shops and services are now permitted to open as is outdoor hospitality.

Photo of Aberdovey and Dyfi estuary looking south east from footpath off Copperhill Street

We must continue to follow social distancing and other guidelines. The guidelines here in Wales are different from those in England and are changing regularly, so please check the Welsh Government website for current COVID-19 info.

We look forward to safely welcoming you back to Aberdovey and invite you to use our website to take an online tour of Aberdovey and this glorious part of Wales.

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