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Today (Thursday, July 9) a letter has been sent to parents from the Cabinet Member for Education and the Interim Chief Education Officer
Powys County Council has today welcomed plans by the Education Minister to allow schools that can do so to safely reopen from the first week of September, with all schools to reopen from September 14
There's good news for readers in the Welshpool area, as Powys County Council's Order and Collect library books scheme extends to Y Lanfa/The Wharf from Friday, 17 July.
Pupils from a north Powys high school have taken part in a virtual careers event, learning about working in the construction industry
With travel restrictions lifted in Wales and outdoor attractions reopening Powys County Council is asking people to carefully plan ahead and visit Powys safely.
Visitors to Powys have been urged to be responsible when they visit the county after travel lock down restrictions were eased by the Welsh Government
The performance of Powys County Council's Registration Service has been highly praised by its national governing body in its annual review and for its work responding to COVID-19
The impact of Coronavirus on Powys has been discussed by the county council's Cabinet, it has been confirmed
Town and community councils across Powys have been invited to virtual meeting with the county council to discuss actions needed to recover from the Coronavirus pandemic
Our staff should not have to put up with abuse when going about their work, especially when that work is being carried out for public health reasons.

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