Welshpool Firefighter, Chris Birdsell-Jones wins Supporter of the Year

WELSHPOOL Firefighter, Chris Birdsell-Jones wins Supporter of the Year at the prestigious Spirit of Fire Awards, held virtually by The Fire Fighters Charity. Chris Birdsell-Jones, the brains behind The Fire Tones, was the driving force in organising Firefighters from across the UK, to perform a version of the classic Band Continue Reading

Wales and UK Governments have accepted case for Mid Wales Growth Deal

ANOTHER milestone to securing £110 million in funding for the Mid Wales Growth Deal has been passed. At the Growing Mid Wales Board meeting on Tuesday, November 10, representatives of Powys and Ceredigion County Councils will be told that both the Welsh and UK Governments have accepted the case for Continue Reading

Police repay caring six-year-old’s kindness with lockdown surprise

A CARING six-year-old has had his good deed returned as Newtown police delivered a lockdown surprise. Officers at Newtown Police Station were heartened when they received an unexpected care hamper from Kayden Powell during the summer Covid-19 lockdown. The youngster had worked hard alongside his mother to put together three Continue Reading

Security staff threatened with bottle at Llandudno Junction station

DO you recognise this man? Officers investigating a verbal assault towards a member of security staff at Llandudno Junction railway station are today releasing an image in connection. At around 9.25pm on Tuesday 6 October, an intoxicated man entered the station and urinated on the overbridge. When asked to leave Continue Reading

TGP Cymru looking for volunteers to work with looked after children

TGP Cymru are looking for volunteers to work with our looked after children or young people who have no or little contact with their birth families. Training is provided with support and expenses for travel and activities.

Multi-Agency search for missing woman at Aberystwyth seafront

A multi-agency search for a young woman who had been reported missing took place in Aberystwyth on Sunday, (Oct 25). Concerns had been raised for the whereabouts and welfare of a female in the Aberystwyth area in the late evening. The search was conducted along the seafront and the Constitution Continue Reading

Halloween and Bonfire night advice from Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service

MID and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service have been working in partnership with South Wales Police, Dyfed Powys Police and Local Authorities to raise public awareness on how to be safe for the upcoming Halloween and Fireworks activities. For many, especially children and young people, Halloween is an opportunity Continue Reading

Carmarthenshire’s police and crime commissioner reacts to new “fire-break” restrictions

THE police and crime commissioner for Dyfed Powys has urged the public to adhere to the new “fire-break” restrictions in Wales, and reminded holiday-makers and second home owners to remain at home. Dafydd Llywelyn said First Minister Mark Drakeford’s announcement on October 19 came to him as no surprise. “The Continue Reading

‘Belts and braces’ report for Ceredigion council changes signed off

A “belts and braces” report to make changes to the council’s constitution in relation to powers under the coronavirus act was signed off by councillors despite some objections raised. Cllr Ray Quant, deputy leader and cabinet member for customer contact, legal and governance, people and organisation said he had heard Continue Reading

More discussions before decision made on Bow Street affordable dwellings

FURTHER information and discussions with planning officers will be had before a decision is taken on a Bow Street affordable dwelling application. Members of Ceredigion County Council’s development management did not want to go against the officer recommendation and approve an application for an affordable dwelling at Banc y Pennau Continue Reading

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