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Exciting plans for a £9.1m replacement special school in north Powys could take a step closer next month if Cabinet give the go-ahead to submit plans to the Welsh Government
Thank you to town councils and others for working with us to help keep Powys shoppers safe.
Learners, their families, schools and the wider public have just two weeks to give their views on Powys County Council's revised Home to School/College Transport Policy
Year 11 pupils in Powys have taken part in a virtual open day to find out more about the sixth form provision available in the county's secondary schools
Free planning advice is being offered by Powys County Council to tourism and hospitality businesses wishing to extend opening times, as a way of supporting them through the Covid19 pandemic.
A green infrastructure project is set to begin in Newtown after a funding boost from Welsh Government.
Today (Thursday, July 9) a letter has been sent to parents from the Cabinet Member for Education and the Interim Chief Education Officer
Powys County Council has today welcomed plans by the Education Minister to allow schools that can do so to safely reopen from the first week of September, with all schools to reopen from September 14
There's good news for readers in the Welshpool area, as Powys County Council's Order and Collect library books scheme extends to Y Lanfa/The Wharf from Friday, 17 July.
Pupils from a north Powys high school have taken part in a virtual careers event, learning about working in the construction industry

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