Kirsty joined people celebrating the 150th anniversary of the opening of the train station at Llanwrtyd Wells.
Hay & District Dial-a-Ride provide 6,500 local passenger journeys a year in and around Hay-on-Wye. This allows people to continue to lead independent lives by providing affordable and accessible transport to the elderly, disabled and those local people who have no means of suitable transport.
Kirsty visited the service to see first-hand how people were benefitting.
Kirsty met with the Chief Executive of the Wye Valley NHS Trust at Hereford Hospital, to discuss the state of cross-border healthcare.
Following this meeting it emerged that the future of stroke services at Hereford Hospital was under question.
Wye Valley trust say they are “considering the future of stroke services” at Hereford Hospital, with moving the services to Worcester a possibility.
The ongoing lack of public transport in Trecastle continues to frustrate residents. A public meeting, chaired by Dave Howells, allowed locals to express their views.
Talgarth Vets opened their doors for a public open day, allowing locals to meet the staff and see the facilities.
Kirsty Williams attended, along with Welsh Liberal Democrat County Councillor William Powell.
A write up from FYI Talgarth can be found here - http://talgarth.fyinetwork.co.uk/my,38113-Hay-Veterinary-Group-Easter-Open-Day--Huge-Success-
Kirsty caught up with Knighton Men’s Shed, which is open on Monday and Wednesday from 10am-2pm and offers the opportunity to learn new skills or revive old ones.
It is located at Teme Mill, Station Yard, Knighton, Powys, LD7 1DT, and you can find out more about their work on their website - http://www.mensshedscymru.co.uk/knighton-mens-shed/