Kirsty joined staff and volunteers for the Usk House Hospice coffee morning. Usk House Hospice provide support to patients with life limiting illness, their families, carers, and the bereaved.
Powys County Council have announced changes to the opening days and times of waste and recycling centres.
In January they announced they were shelving plans to close recycling centres, but indicated other changes would be made, including reducing the number of days recycling centres are open.
The changes come into force from Monday 3rd April, and apply to centres in Lower Cwmtwrch, Brecon, Llandegley, Newtown and Welshpool.
Kirsty Williams launched the Powys Careers Festival at the Royal Welsh Showground at Llanelwedd on March 8th.
The festival offered advice and information for young people on their options when leaving schools and colleges.
Kirsty Williams met with Dylan Morgan (Deputy Director and Head of Policy, centre-right), Huw Thomas (Political Adviser, left) and Bronwen Gardner (Assistant Policy Adviser, right) from NFU Cymru to discuss the future of the Welsh agricultural sector as the UK negotiates its exit from the European Union.
Kirsty Williams has written to Phillip Hammond, Chancellor of the Exchequer, regarding the plans to rise national insurance contributions for the self-employed.
In the letter, Kirsty highlights the impact the move will have for her constituents in Brecon & Radnorshire, and urges the Chancellor to re-consider.
In his budget announcement on Wednesday March 8th, the Conservative Chancellor announced a National Insurance rise for the self-employed.
The changes would see contributions from self-employed people earning between £8,060 and £43,000 increase by from 9% to 10% in April 2018, and from 10% to 11% in April 2019.
It is set to have a particularly big impact in Brecon & Radnorshire.
On March 7th Kirsty Williams sponsored the launch of Just Like Us' work in Wales.
Just Like Us is a charity empowering LGBT+ young people to tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying in schools. Figures from Stonewall show that 86% of secondary school teachers say pupils in their schools have experienced homophobic bullying.
Funding for five new build primary schools in the Gwernyfed catchment of Powys has been approved by the Welsh Government.
Powys County Council have been awarded £11.8million against a total project cost of £23.8million. This will now enable the construction phase to begin on projects in Hay, Clyro, Bronllys/Talgarth, Llangorse and Llyswen.
Kirsty Williams AM joined the Royal Mail for a morning to catch up with their work and discuss the challenges they’re facing.
Kirsty visited the delivery office in Ffrwdgrech before joining Mr Andrew Gerrish on his delivery round in Llyswen.
Kirsty Williams AM joined a delegation from South China and Hong Kong to promote tourism in mid-Wales.
The delegation consisted of people who ran tourism companies overseas, and the event - a Welsh Government/Visit Britain initiative - is intended to champion inbound tourism.