Keeping You Safe

No need for masks inside any buildings (from February 2023)


Please note:
Covid guidelines in place for hospital and health care settings (from 21st June 2022).
(although not a Government requirement)


From Monday May 30th 2022

The legal requirement to wear a face mask in Health and Social Care settings will end on Monday 30th May
– but we will continue to;

‘… remain alert to the threat of new and emerging variants…The pandemic has had a profound impact on all our lives… I want to thank everyone for all you have done to protect yourselves and your loved ones…’.

(Mark Drakeford on behalf of the Welsh Government, 27th May 2022).


Please note, FREE Lateral Flow Tests are still available for people with Covid symptoms.

Next update regarding FREE Lateral Flow Tests in 3 weeks. 

CLICK HERE to order your FREE Lateral Flow


From April 2022

Currently, in Wales, all coronavirus restrictions lifted except in Health
and Social Care settings where you will still be required to wear masks.


From 28th March 2022

Please also be aware that you are now likely to be charged for Lateral Flow Tests. 


From 28th March 2022

Welsh government have just announced that the 28th March is the target date for the end of
the remaining Covid restrictions in Wales (providing the public health situation remains stable).
Please view here: Long-term plan to live with coronavirus safely | GOV.WALES


From 28 February 2022

Face coverings legally required only in retail, public transport and health and care settings


From 18 February 2022

Domestic COVID Pass will no longer be a legal requirement for entry to events and venues


Self Isolation reducing to 5 days from 28th January 2022

If you test positive for Covid -19, you will need to isolate for a full 5 days and take lateral flow tests on days 5 and 6.

If both tests are negative and you don’t have a temperature, you no longer need to isolate.

If either tests are positive you will need to self isolate until you have 2 negative tests taken 24 hours apart, or until day 10, whichever comes first.

For more information on Self Isolation  please visit here:
Self-isolation | GOV.WALES


Welsh Government Coronavirus Briefing, Friday 21st January 2022



Welsh Government Coronavirus Briefing, Friday 7th January 2022


No changes today.
According to the Welsh Government, Omicron peak to come in about 2 weeks.


Emphasis: if you have a positive lateral flow test, self isolate for 7 days – if you test negative on day 6 and day 7 you do not need to isolate anymore.  No need to seek a PCR test.  Test negative for 2 days before you leave isolation even if you continue to test positive for longer than 7 days.

Pop into your local chemist and/or order your coronavirus (COVID-19) rapid lateral flow tests online – GOV.UK ( 

The rules from the 26th December  2021 still apply —>




CLICK HERE to read: Vaccination Newsletter- Issue 50
29th December 2021  






Current Government  Coronavirus Guidelines will apply for all our activities, please view by clicking here:  Coronavirus .

Please do not enter the Hall if you feel unwell or have any cold like symptoms. Please wear a mask and regularly cleanse your hands with the sanitisers provided whilst you are with us.

Covid Passes are now required in Wales, even for our small village cinema. If you are unable to access a Covid Pass, if you are double/booster jabbed/and have a negative lateral flow test please join us and if you would like, we can help you with the Covid Pass.

Apply for your Covid Pass here: NHS COVID Pass – NHS

Finally, please don’t forget to add your details to our ‘Track and Trace’ book when visiting and, you can download our ‘Film Night’ Track and Trace forms here or pick up a paper form when you arrive.

An example of a  generic Track and Trace Form for Hirers to use: Track and Trace form

CLICK HERE to Order coronavirus (COVID-19) rapid lateral flow tests – (

Gwehelog Village Hall Risk Assessment, to view please click:   


What do the Covid Alert Levels Mean? (December 2021)


Other Useful Information

Use your phone to scan the NHS QR code for Gwehelog Village Hall

NHS Coronavirus Homepage to view all the latest medical information for Coronavirus (COVID-19) – NHS

An example of a Track and Trace Form for Hirers to use, please click here: Track and Trace form

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