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The Welsh Government has launched the “Next Generation Access Broadband” consultation. It is seeking to confirm the premises in Wales which do not have Next Generation Access broadband at 30 megabits per second and have no plans to provide that infrastructure over the next three years. This is pa...

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Welsh Lib Dems secure superfast broadband for Powys schools

Major investment in local schools has today been announced by Welsh Liberal Democrat Education Secretary Kirsty Williams. Part of the deal involving Kirsty Williams becoming Education Secretary included “prioritising schools access to super-fast broadband within the national programme”.  Now, 341...

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Kidney Wales’ walk around Wales

Kidney Wales’ walk around Wales

Kirsty met with the dedicated fundraisers of Kidney Wales who are celebrating their 50th anniversary by undertaking a walk around Wales. They started out this morning from Llandrindod Hospital and were finishing the day in Brecon.

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Public meeting on future of health centre in Coelbren

Public meeting on future of health centre in Coelbren

Kirsty and James Gibson-Watt (leader of the Liberal Democrats on Powys County Council) attended a public meeting about the future of the health centre in the village. The impact of its planned closure has been exacerbated by public transport problems.

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Official opening of Crickhowell High School’s sports pitches

Official opening of Crickhowell High School’s sports pitches

Kirsty attended the official opening of the new facilities at Crickhowell High School. Kirsty said: “The project is the culmination of a lot of hard work on behalf of a number of groups and will provide both school and wider community with pitches for a variety of sports.”

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Llandrindod Wells Men's Shed opened

Llandrindod Wells Men's Shed opened

On 10th June Kirsty opened the Llandrindod Wells Men’s Shed. In their own words, it exists as: “Somewhere for men to meet new friends, work on group or individual projects, learn new skills or just chill out and relax, to help prevent social isolation, frustration and boredom.” More information ...

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Kirsty Williams

Since being elected as a Lib Dem Assembly Member in 1999, Kirsty Williams has gained a reputation as a tireless worker for the people of Brecon and Radnorshire. She has helped local people with tens of thousands of individual issues and problems as well as leading countless high profile campaigns in our area. Read more