Clair Powell

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BRONLLYS HOSPITAL PUBLIC MEETING TO GO AHEAD

by superadmin on 16 November, 2009

PUBLIC MEETING TO DISCUSS THE FUTURE OF BRONLLYS HOSPITAL South Powys Health Services and Bronllys Hospital Thursday 3rd December 2009 7.00pm at Gwernyfed School Hosted by Talgarth Town Council, in association with Hay Town Council, and Bronllys Hospital & Community League of Friends The new Chief Executive of Powys Teaching Health Board, Andrew Cottom, has […]

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Bronllys Hospital Coffee Morning

by superadmin on 9 November, 2009

Please come along and support your communtiy hospital.  Raising funds for the Day Centre.  FRIDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 11AM IN THE DAY CENTRE, BRONLLYS HOSPITAL DONATIONS OF JAMS AND CAKES GRATEFULLY RECEIVED  

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Dog Warden helping to tackle foul problems

by superadmin on 18 October, 2009

During a recent meeting with the Bronllys Community Council a number of concerns were raised over the continuing problems with dog fouling in the Bronllys and Llyswen area. This is a unsightly and unpleasant problem. It is also a health hazard. Whilst it is undoubtedly up to dog owners to take responsibility for their dogs mess […]

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November Wye Local – budgets and area reviews

by superadmin on 18 October, 2009

Many of you will know that since becoming elected I have written a monthly column in the Wye Local magazine. I think this is a great way to reach out to people in the ward who perhaps do not have access to the internet. You can pick the Wye Local up from local shops across […]

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 The BUAV, the UK’s leading organisation campaigning to end animal experiments, is urging Powys Councillors to support a motion at its meeting on the 22 October which, if passed, will make Powys the first council in not only Wales but the UK, to adopt a policy to only use cruelty-free cleaning products in its offices. The BUAV is […]

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Welsh Liberal Democrat Councillors Clair Powell and Liam Fitzpatrick have warned of possible major changes to schools throughout Powys should the revised Home to School Transport Policy be approved. Following a report to the council’s people scrutiny committee which took written evidence from a number of councillors, the problem was highlighted by a question raised by Bronllys Councillor Clair Powell. […]

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’39’ service bus – Hereford to Brecon

by superadmin on 9 October, 2009

Following my recent advice surgery in the ward I have been contacted by residents in Bronllys regarding the ‘39’ Stagecoach bus on the Herefordto Brecon route.  I understand that the bus that is used is not fully accessible and this is causing problems for elderly people and people with pushchairs or buggies. I raised this issue with Mr […]

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When Powys County Council switched off one in three of our street lights, many people contacted me with concerns for their safety. people were concerned about anti-social behaviour, crime and road safety. However one issue which was raised by nearly everyone was the huge amount of lighting on the trunk roads, and in particular, on the roundabout on the Dderw in Llyswen […]

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What services are being proposed? The new Health and Social Care facility planned for Builth Wells has taken a major step forward with agreement on the wide range of services that will be based at the scheme. The multi purpose building will provide 60 en suite bedrooms designed within small self contained homes or units […]

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Rubbish News?!

by superadmin on 30 September, 2009

A few residents have raised with me the issue concerning the council’s new policy on refuse collections. I understand that in general terms, there will be a roll-out of wheelie-bins throughout Powys but it will be phased in area-by-area over a period of time.These bins are of different sizes and small households can ask for smaller […]

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