NOTICE: Implementation - £500 payment for care workers
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For Powys County Council Foster Carers that found themselves having to shield, the council's Children's Services department had to find alternative ways to support them.
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Concerns have been raised that parents in Powys are gathering outside the school gates and are not following social distancing measures, the county council has said
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We are pleased to announce that Brecon Swimming Pool will reopen this Friday 11th September.
Powys County Council (PCC) are proud to be administering one-off payments of £500 on behalf of Welsh Government and will be writing to all employers and direct payment recipients of all eligible care staff across the county.

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