News for Llangynog
Llangynog Community Council - vacancy
Llangynog mountainside fire
Information about your local shops and home delivery
Llangynog Covid-19 response
Childcare for Essential Workers in Powys
Coronavirus - Further Support for Businesses
Powys County Council - Service Changes due to Coronavirus
Community Sector Emergency Response Team (C-SERT)
Coronavirus: Isolate yourself - stay at home
Coronavirus - Important Information and Current Advice
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Residents urged to help Powys Council
Looking for Volunteers for shopping, friendly phone calls etc.
Coronavirus (COVID-19): Welsh Government advice & Llanfyllin Group Practice
Fibre broadband survey for Llangynog residents
Biodiversity Report 2019
Powys Community Health Council: Powys Voice December 2019 (PDF)
Community Councillor expenses claimed 2018-19
Bridge over the River Tanat coming into Llangynog damaged
Community Council - Declaration of Interests May 2018 – April 2019
Garden waste banks to be removed
Shooting at Pennant Melangell raised at the Welsh Assembly Government
Income tax Marriage Allowance
Llangynog not to get superfast (fibre) broadband under Superfast Cymru
Meeting with Glyn Davies MP regarding A & E provision
Welcome to new members from Llangynog WI
Are you worried about slipping, tripping or falling in and around your home?
Council taking over the kerbside recycling collections from Cae Post
Rural development programme 2014-2020 - EOI windows NOW OPEN
Do you need a larger waste bin?
What can I recycle? What can't I recycle?
Llangynog now has a defibrillator
1000 Mile Trial for prewar cars comes to Llangynog
Integration of community health and social care front-line services and teams
‘Helpmates’ comes to northeast Powys
Childcare for Essential Workers in Powys

Powys schools will remain open this week but ONLY to provide childcare for essential workers and vulnerable learners.

Last Wednesday, the Welsh Government announced that all schools would close for normal education provision to help slow the spread of Coronavirus in communities but that they would be used to support key workers and children identified by the local authority.

All schools will be open today (Monday 23rd March) and tomorrow (Tuesday 24th March) so that the children of key workers can attend, and transport and food will be provided. This will allow Powys County Council to assess demand and plan for regional hubs that will operate from Wednesday (25th March) onwards and for the foreseeable future. The Council has also identified children with specific needs who will also go to their usual school.

Children of parents who work in the NHS, care and health-related and emergency professions are expected to go to their usual school. Food will be available for those children who receive free school meals.

School staff who are not directly affected by the virus, don't have underlying health issues or are not pregnant will continue to work, although their role may be very different. Their role could involve supporting learners remotely, developing digital platforms, supporting provision for the children of parents required for essential services, updating professional policies and supporting welfare activities.

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