SAFE ZONE restrictions will remain in place across Ceredigion until September.

The restrictions returned on July 2 after the half term break and will see several roads blocked off to vehicles.

The county council confirmed the closures so they could ‘welcome’ visitors safely and allow businesses to continue trading outdoors.

Roads in Aberystwyth will be closed between 11am and 5pm while they will be slightly different in Cardigan.

Cardigan roads will close between 12pm and 4pm with restrictions lasting six days a week.

There will be no closures on Sundays.

Safe zones in Aberaeron, New Quay and Borth were not lifted during half term and these will also remain in place.

Ceredigion County Council said it was down to everyone to make sure that the county is a safe and enjoyable a place to visit.

The council has reminded everyone that coronavirus has not gone away, and said that the recent variant is of concern.

The Council has also asked the public to stay local wherever possible and to respect each other.