Mobile postal services introduced in Cwmtwrch - changes to hours in Pontneddfechan, Glanrhyd, Coelbren and Ynyswen

The Post Office has confirmed details of changes to its outreach service, affecting communities in the South-West of Brecon and Radnorshire.

A mobile service is available in Cwmtwrch, and there have been slight changes in the timings of the service in Pontneddfechan, Glanrhyd, Coelbren and Ynyswen.

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Kirsty seeks views on the future of the free TV license for people over 75

People over 75 are currently entitled to a free TV license, but the Westminster Government are ending the funding for this.

The BBC are considering the options available to them and are running a consultation.

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New funding for public toilets announced

In a letter to Kirsty Williams AM, the Welsh Government has confirmed that funding for the public toilets at the Groe (Builth Wells) and Dark Lane (Rhayader) has been extended.

Funding has been extended for the financial year 2019/20, “at the same rate and under the same conditions as originally agreed.

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New funding for music education “an opportunity Powys must not miss”, says Kirsty Williams

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has said the recent Welsh Government announcement on funding music education is “an opportunity Powys must not miss”.

The Welsh Government has announced £3m for improving music services for children and young people across Wales over the next two years.

A grant of £1.4 million has been provided for local authorities in 2018-19, of which Powys County Council will receive £59,653.

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Kirsty welcomes added Welsh Government pressure for Brecon Barracks

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has welcomed a written statement making clear the position of the Welsh Government that the 160 Infantry Brigade Headquarters should remain in Brecon.

The statement outlined that the Welsh Government would push for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) to maintain its current presence in the town, as well as working with the MoD to see a “significantly increased number of service personnel” stationed in Wales.

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Kirsty hails Big Lottery funding

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has welcomed £24, 813 of National Lottery funding awarded to three projects in her constituency.

The Radnorshire Wildlife Trust received £9, 950 to enable people of all ages to restore well-being, reconnect with nature and take part in creative workshops to design nature reserve resources. Llangorse Community Toilets has won £10, 000 to rebuild and improve their facilities, whilst Llangunllo Community Hall Management Committee have £4, 863 to upgrade the kitchen facilities in the local village hall.

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NEW NURSE STAFFING LEVELS GO LIVE!

The Act that determines minimum nurse staffing levels in Wales comes in to force today (Friday 6th April 2018). Brecon & Radnorshire's Welsh Liberal Democrat AM introduced the measure in the Welsh Assembly as a Private Member’s Bill in 2014, for it then to receive Royal Assent in 2016. key_nurse.jpg

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Kirsty participates in Crickhowell’s Young Interviewer competition

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The annual Young Interviewer competition came around once again in early December.

The competition saw pupils at Crickhowell High School put their questions to Kirsty.

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Kirsty Williams AM on Purple Alert to change the future for people affected by pancreatic cancer in Brecon and Radnorshire

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Kirsty Williams AM has pledged to get on Purple Alert for pancreatic cancer to help transform the lives of people affected by pancreatic cancer in Brecon and Radnorshire.

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Animal Sentience vote means action is needed

Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat Assembly Member for Brecon and Radnorshire, has said action is needed following the Westminster Government voting down an amendment that would have recognised the principle of animal sentience in UK law.

The idea is enshrined through EU law but following this vote its status after Brexit is unclear.

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