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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. The newly updated course will cover the recent changes to the Highway Code and how these effect road users.

Annual self-assessment report published

Powys County Council's first corporate self-assessment report is now available to view on its website.

Cabinet to consider outline business case for new primary school

Exciting plans that could transform education for south Powys learners move a step closer if Cabinet give the go-ahead to submit plans to the Welsh Government

Ysgol Bro Hyddgen

Revised plans to construct a replacement building for a north Powys all-through school are to be considered by Cabinet, the county council has announced

Secondary school applications now open

Applications are now open for children starting secondary school in September 2023, Powys County Council has said

Town centres in mid-Wales to benefit from additional Placemaking funding

The Welsh Government's Placemaking Grant funding for the mid-Wales region will see an investment of £5.08 million to help revitalise Powys and Ceredigion town centres over the next three years.

No planned waste or recycling collections on Monday 19 September

As a mark of respect for the funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II, Powys County Council has confirmed that there will be no planned waste or recycling collections on this coming bank holiday, Monday 19 September.

Council services - 19/9/22

Following the announcement of the bank holiday for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's State Funeral on Monday (19 September), Powys County Council will be making the following service changes:

Cost of living crisis and warm spaces

As the cost of living crisis worsens and with winter approaching, Powys County Council intends to do everything it can to support its residents during these difficult times

Public participation at council meetings to return

A public participation initiative that allows Powys residents to ask question at Full Council meetings is to return, the county council has said

Proclamation of Accession

The county proclamation of the accession of His Majesty, The King was read by the High Sheriff of Powys, Mr Tom Jones OBE, at County Hall, Llandrindod Wells this afternoon.

Proclamation of Accession to take place on Sunday

The county proclamation of the accession of His Majesty, The King will take place at County Hall, Llandrindod Wells at 1:30pm on Sunday, September 11