12 October 2023


The Emergency Rest Centre

Whilst Social Services retain overall responsibility for the operation of an Emergency Rest Centre, this is predominantly an ‘in hours’ service area, with services delivered by a range of commissioned agencies. COVID19 and the need for Social Services to closely support the National Health Service, has placed this service area under extreme pressures and it is likely that the operation of any rest centre will increasingly be a blend of resources, including the voluntary sector at a local level. This is unlikely to change for the foreseeable future.

In Llangattock, St Catwgs Church will be opened for temporary accommodation of evacuees. There is space there it set up a rest centre and kitchen facilities. Camp beds and blankets are available.

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