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COVID call centre moves to PCC system

This week saw the move of the COVID call centre from Bronllys Hospital to Neuadd Brycheiniog, Brecon.

Stick to the Countryside Code whilst out and about

Powys residents are urged to remain respectful and follow the countryside code whilst enjoying our beautiful county.

More than 300 sign up to help out at 'capital of volunteering's' mass vaccination centres

An army of volunteers is helping to make sure everything runs smoothly at Powys' three mass vaccination centres.

Performance report

Responding to the Coronavirus outbreak continues to dominate Powys County Council's work and its performance against its Vision 2025 Corporate Improvement Plan, the cabinet will be told next week.

Small school closures to be considered by Cabinet

Plans to consult on small school closures in Powys will be considered next week, the county council has said

Brecon town centre road closures

Planned road closures on Struet and High Street Superior in Brecon have temporarily been suspended whilst the current Alert Level Four lockdown is in place.

Environmental Permit application is to be submitted for North Powys Bulking Facility

An application for the North Powys Bulking Facility's Environmental Permit is to be submitted to Natural Resources Wales.

Everyone will benefit from Census 2021

Households across Powys will be asked to take part in Census 2021 this spring.

Registration for the 2021 garden waste recycling collection service is now open

Residents across Powys can now subscribe to this year's easy, clean and simple garden waste recycling collection service, offered by the county council.

Council staff start making welfare calls again

Powys County Council staff have started making welfare calls again to residents who are classed as being clinically extremely vulnerable and to Powys Careline users.

Online learning to continue for Powys schools

Schools across the county will continue with online learning until February half term, Powys County Council has said

Council welcomes Estyn review findings

Headteachers in Powys are positive about how agile and responsive the county council and education officers have been throughout the pandemic, according to the findings of a review by Wales' education and training inspectorate

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