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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.

ARTSCAPE: Environmentally themed creative arts experiences come to Powys

ARTSCAPE, a project involving the creation of community focused, environmentally themed creative arts experiences and events, will soon be coming to three locations in Powys: Brecon, Llandrindod Wells, and Hafren Forest, near Llanidloes.

Make a big difference to lives of children in Powys

Could you provide short breaks or daytime support for foster carers who care for children with additional needs?

Powys misses out on City of Culture longlist

Powys has narrowly missed out on reaching the longlist for the 'UK City of Culture 2025' the county council can announce.

Business Continuity Plan Update

Powys County Council has announced a partial stepping down of its business continuity plan in response to an improving Coronavirus picture in the county.

Don't forget your school bus pass

Following the introduction of the new Powys school bus passes for the start of the 2021 Autumn term, all learners are reminded to bring their new pass to school with them every day.

Driver Theory Refresher workshops available for mature drivers

Mature drivers are being given the opportunity to revise and improve their road knowledge by taking advantage of a free, online driver theory course, organised by the county council.

New campaign calls on dog owners to 'leave only paw prints'

Powys County Council is urging dog owners to do the right thing and pick up after their pets as part of a new national campaign from Keep Wales Tidy.

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