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A safe and organised return for learners aged three to seven

With a safe and organised return for learners aged three to seven (Early Years and Reception classes and Years One and Two) taking place this week, Powys County Council and Powys Teaching Health Board are also reminding parents of the steps we can all take to reduce the spread of coronavirus.

Improved Financial Position

Powys County Council's Cabinet has announced changes to its proposed budget due to a projected improvement in its financial position for the current year.

School grounds and playgrounds across Powys to be smoke-free from 1 March

Today marks just one week until new laws are introduced to make more places in Wales smoke-free

New way for families in Powys to check access to Flying Start support

Families can now check if they are eligible and apply for a place on the Powys County Council website.

Do you need the help of a 'digital mentor' to stay connected?

Are you part of a voluntary group that needs to improve its digital skills so it can continue to operate during the coronavirus pandemic?

Iconic Automobile Palace to be Given New Lease of Life

Powys County Council has recently completed the purchase of the Grade II* listed Automobile Palace in Llandrindod Wells.

Brecon housing project nearing completion

A housing development which will support independent living for four people is nearing completion in Brecon.

Call out for return of unwanted mobility equipment

People in Powys who no longer need mobility and other support equipment are being urged to return them to the county council.

Plans for all-age school in Llanfair Caereinion to continue

Plans to merge two schools in north Powys to create a new all-age school will continue, the county council has said

Another cash boost for Powys freelancers

Powys freelancers in the cultural and creative sectors who received grants of £2,500 last Autumn may be eligible for more support.

Coronavirus still a Danger

Powys residents are being warned that COVID-19 remains a constant threat despite success in rolling out the vaccine programme in the county.

Support grant 'top-ups' for Powys businesses

Many businesses in Powys will be eligible for more funding as part of a further round of support from Welsh Government.

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