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Household waste and recycling centres (HWRC) in Powys are due to reopen, with significant restrictions, from Tuesday 26 May.
An information guide to help parents and carers support their child's emotional health, wellbeing and learning at home, has been produced by Powys County Council
A team of senior education officers will support a secondary school that has been judged as needing 'significant improvement' following an inspection, Powys County Council has said
Bulky waste collections, temporarily suspended at the beginning of the lockdown, will now resume and are available to book online.
More than 10,000 welfare calls have now been made to shielded and vulnerable residents in Powys.
Libraries and Household Waste Recycling Centres will not open in Powys until it is safe for residents and staff, Powys County Council has said.
Are you managing to keep your distance when you go out?
If you think you need support from Adult Services, don't hesitate to get in touch. That's the message from Powys County Council as it finds fewer people are getting in touch for information and advice during the pandemic.
Learners in Powys who do not have access to an internet-connected device at home will be provided with one during the coronavirus pandemic, the county council has said
Today (Friday, May 1) a letter has been sent to parents from the Cabinet Member for Education and Interim Chief Education Officer

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