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Powys County Council staff have been making welfare calls to Powys residents who are shielding in recent weeks.
News that councils across Wales could potentially receive £95m in additional funding as they continue to respond to the coronavirus pandemic has been welcomed by Powys County Council
Routine sampling of all private water supplies has been postponed until further notice by Powys County Council in response to Covid19 and to help stop the spread of coronavirus by reducing the contact with each other
Parents of Powys school children are being reassured by senior education officers that they are not expected to recreate school at home, the county council has said
The council will shortly begin cutting the grass in the counties cemeteries, housing estates and amenity areas.
Trips to the local community recycling sites are also discouraged on the grounds of non-essential travel
Powys residents have been thanked for following national health guidelines while in the countryside during the Easter weekend and urged to do the same for the May Bank Holiday
A pre-planning application consultation is currently underway as part of the proposed redevelopment of a Welshpool Council building to provide independent living for older people
Applications are now open for children due to start pre-school in 2021, Powys County Council has said
Many businesses across Powys are receiving a much-need financial boost during COVID-19

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