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From today (17 August) electric vehicle charging points are now available in a number of Powys County Council car parks.
Powys Library Service has joined a pilot scheme across Wales, led by Booktrust Cymru, to provide Bookstart packs to families who did not receive one from their Health Visitor due to the Coronavirus lockdown.
Businesses can now apply for permission to operate on pavements, public areas and reclaimed highways
Bro Ddyfi Leisure Centre will reopen slightly later than anticipated following the necessary completion of works to the first floor.
Following the recent announcement by the Welsh Government, leisure centres across Powys are preparing to reopen their doors once again next week as part of a phased reopening of services.
Responding to COVID-19 dominated Powys County Council's performance during the first quarter of the financial year, a meeting of the cabinet will be told next week.
Llandrindod Wells' summer programme - 'Haf Llandrindod' - has begun with an exciting installation at the town's lake.
Research carried out by a south Powys library into the names on a local war memorial is now live on the Imperial War Museum website.
Museum and archive services in Powys are to re-open with libraries extending their operations, the county council has confirmed.
People living with cancer in Powys are being asked to share their experiences through an engagement network which forms part of an innovative programme - the first of its kind in Wales - which aims to improve the way cancer care and support is provided in the county.

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