Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has reacted to the Westminster Government’s budget announced on 22nd November.
The budget contained little positive news for Wales and showed the UK economy is struggling to cope with the pressures of Brexit.
On Monday 20th November, the United Nations’ Universal Children Day, young people in Powys were able to put their questions to senior figures in Powys’ public services.
Kirsty Williams, Cabinet Secretary for Education, was joined by representatives from Powys County Council, Powys teaching Health Board, and Mid and West Wales Fire and Rescue Service.
It has been confirmed that Fronheulog House will close.
The home has 16 residents with a maximum number of 25 beds.
The decision comes after private owners Hafal Crossroads, after working with the Council, were unable to find funding to carry out what were deemed as essential repairs.
The Welsh Government has announced details of its £2.5million fund to support small and rural schools.
The rural schools grant is a policy taken out of the Welsh Liberal Democrat manifesto, being implemented by Welsh Liberal Democrat Cabinet Secretary for Education Kirsty Williams.
From October to March a TaxiBus service will be operating in Trecastle, connecting the village with Sennybridge and the T6 service to Brecon. The service will run on a Tuesday and a Friday.
You can see a video update for Kirsty's work in October by clicking the link below.