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Exciting plans for a new £22m replacement special school in north Powys have taken a step closer after Cabinet gave the go-ahead to submit plans to the Welsh Government
​​​​​​​A series of drop-in surgeries giving parents / carers of children with special educational needs (SEN) / additional learning needs (ALN) the opportunity to meet SEN / ALN staff have been organised by the county council
Volunteers are needed to help to decide on appeals by parents / carers regarding their application for a school place, the county council has said
A balanced budget that includes increased funding for key statutory services including education, children and highways has been considered and approved by Powys County Council.
A drop-in session for people who are interested in a rewarding role delivering care is taking place in Llandrindod Wells next week.
Powys County Council has expressed its thanks to homecare workers who went 'above and beyond' in looking after Powys clients during the recent flooding.
Proposals to amalgamate two Newtown schools to create a new all-through English-medium primary school received no objections, the county council's Cabinet will be told next week
Llandrindod Wells' main shopping street could be at the centre of an ambitious make-over to make the street more attractive for shoppers especially pedestrian and cyclists
Failing in their householder duty of care for their waste has cost a Machynlleth resident £150 after they were fined by Powys County Council
Powys residents who rely on private water supplies have been warned to be in their guard against supplies being contaminated by flood water

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