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Statutory notice for school closure proposal published

A statutory notice proposing the closure of a small mid Powys primary school has been published, the county council has said

Work to begin on Abermule Business Park

Plans for the new business park in north Powys will shortly come to fruition, with work beginning on site from next week, Powys County Council have confirmed.

It's SCARY how much pumpkin ends up in the bin each year!

With Halloween drawing nearer, Powys residents are urged to make sure their leftover pumpkins don't meet a frightening end by being chucked away with the rest of the rubbish.

Join a virtual drop-in session to tender for work on council houses

Contractors, who would like to be considered for work on council houses in Powys, are invited to join a virtual drop-in session next week.

Monks Trod to reopen

Following a temporary closure to assess whether surfacing and drainage work can go ahead, the historic Monks Trod will reopen this week.

Covid still increasing among people

Powys residents are being urged to remain Covid-safe after a spike in case numbers particularly among children.

Council's waste awareness team get a kickstart

Powys County Council's waste and recycling service is helping tackle youth unemployment by recruiting a new waste awareness assistant through the UK Government funded Kickstart Scheme.

Go paperless with your Council Tax or Business Rates bills!

Powys residents and businesses can now receive a link to their Council Tax or Business Rates bill via email, rather than through the post.

Communities for Work+ participant secures job as an HGV driver

A Powys resident has found work after being supported by the Communities for Work+ (CfW+) project, a scheme run by the regeneration team at Powys County Council, to help people into work.

Cabinet approve change in language provision for Ysgol Bro Hyddgen

Plans to gradually change the language category of the county's first all-age school have been given the go-ahead by Cabinet.

Library Service welcomes bestselling author for online event

Lesley Pearse, creator of books such as 'Liar' and 'You'll Never See Me Again' will be joining Powys County Council's Library Service to discuss her latest bestseller 'Suspects'.

Powys streets to remain lit

Powys County Council confirms that there are currently no plans to turn off large numbers of the county's street lights.

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