Market trader prosecuted for f...

22 June 2018

A series of food hygiene offences has cost a market trader over £8,000 after they were prosecuted by Powys County Council. Marley Cwmgors Food Limited, who have also traded as Roberts Foods at both Newtown and Machynlleth outdoor markets, appeared at Llandrindod Wells Magistrates Court on Wednesday, June 20 in a prosecution led by the council’s Environmental Health team. Appearing before magistr...

Powys CSP holds extraordinary ...

20 June 2018

On Friday 15th June, statutory and voluntary members of the Powys Community Safety Partnership (CSP) called an ‘extraordinary’ meeting, Chaired by Chief Inspector Rhiannon Ivens, to consider the incident two days prior that occurred in Builth Wells High School. The meeting of partners helped to ensure each organisation was up to date with developments, provided an opportunity to establish joint m...

National Democracy Week

18 June 2018

We’re celebrating influential and inspirational women in Powys as part of National Democracy Week. National Democracy Week will kick off on Monday 2 July 2018 with the theme Suffrage Centenary, to mark 100 years since women won the right to vote and the 90th anniversary of the 1928 Equal Franchise Act which gave women the same voting rights as men. To celebrate, Powys County Council will featur...