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Powys County Council is asking people to adhere to the Government's advice and not to travel to holi-day destinations in the County until the pandemic is over
Powys schools will remain open next week but only to provide childcare for essential workers and vulnerable learners, the county council has confirmed
​​​​​​​Powys residents are being asked to work with the county council as it responds to the Coronavirus outbreak
Day centres for older people in Powys are temporarily closing on Friday (March 20th) in response to the Covid-19 virus. This decision will be reviewed in due course.
Working together with the town council, a new location has been agreed for the Llanidloes community recycling site, currently situated on Gorn Road.
We want to reassure residents that, in collaboration with our partners, all necessary steps will be taken to ensure the wellbeing of our communities
Powys County Council Chief Executive is in self-isolation as a precautionary measure, the county council has confirmed
Powys schools will receive £3m investment in the new financial year as part of a major improvement plan, if a recommendation is approved by the county council's Cabinet
A Welshpool High School pupil has received a family ticket to Wales' premier agricultural show after winning a poster competition
Motorcyclists in Powys have the opportunity to become safer riders thanks to a road safety course that is now available

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