Trading standards receives com...

18 October 2018

A crown court judge has commended the work carried out by Powys County Council’s officers for protecting consumers from unsafe teeth whitening products. Officers from the council’s Trading Standards Service have received the commendation from His Honour Judge Harris-Jenkins for the manner which they investigated, put together and delivered a prosecution case that saw three people receive prison s...

‘Recycle more food waste’ mid ...

18 October 2018

Households in mid Powys are being urged by Powys County Council to recycle as much of their food waste by using the weekly kerbside collection service. Latest figures show that households in mid Powys are recycling on average 69kg of food waste per household a year, 10 per cent less than the rest of the county. Now the council’s Recycling and Waste Team want mid Powys households to recycle all t...

Housing needs drop-in event re...

17 October 2018

A drop-in event to allow residents living in Llanidloes to share their ideas for new affordable homes in their community has been rearranged. Powys County Council’s Affordable Housing Team has rearranged the drop-in event, which will be held at the town’s market day on Saturday, October 27 between 9am-3pm. The original drop-in event has to be cancelled after Storm Callum hit the county. The eve...