Wednesday 11th November
10:45 - 11:05 at The Institute
This will be a socially distanced event in line with Welsh Assembley guidelines
COVID 19 Coronavirus Local Guidance
The current advice is anyone with symptoms of coronavirus which includes a persistent fever and a new continuous cough should self isolate for 7 days.
PLEASE do not go to either Builth or Llanwrtyd surgery. Seek prompt medical attention if your illness is worsening. If it’s not an emergency, contact NHS Direct Wales online.
If you have no internet access, you should call NHS 111. If it is an emergency and you need to call an ambulance, dial 999 and inform the call handler or operator that you have coronavirus (COVID-19).
If you are acutely unwell including difficulty with breathing then ring 999 and advise the call handler the patient may have covid-19.
Latest advice from Welsh Government and Public Health Guidance about Covid 19
Town Council Working Together with the Police and the Community
During Autumn 2019 the Diamond Jubilee Pavilion in Dolwen Field was vandalised. The young people involved owned up to their mistake and offered to make amends.
Following liaison with the Community Police team the Town Council and the parents agreed that Youth Restorative Justice would be the appropriate course of action.
PC Wayne Ballard spoke to the young people in the presence of parents and ensured that the agreed amount of compensation was paid to the Town Council.
The repairs to the Pavilion were undertaken by a local business.
A good example of us all working together to protect Llanwrtyd Wells.
Town Council says thank you to the Llanwrtyd Fire & Rescue
On 30th April the Town Council recognised Llanwrtyd firefighters for their 'professionalism, heroism and dignity' at a special ceremony.
The station and its crew were presented with an Outstanding Achievement in the Line of Duty certificate at a civic reception held by Llanwrtyd Wells Town Council.
Mayor of Llanwrtyd Wells Cllr Lynda Pace-Avery delivered a heartfelt tribute to the fire crew and Cllr Van-Rees applauded the crew for their co-responder work.
The Mayor said: "In the last few years the crew have faced difficult times and met them with professionalism, heroism and dignity. Indeed it was their courage, endeavour and bravery at Llangammarch Wells that earned them the Chief Fire Officers Exceptional Achievement Award; and after four years of being in the top three the Llanwrtyd Wells Fire Station was named Station of the Year at the awards ceremony in November 2018.
Would you know how to easily pinpoint your location if you were lost or injured, especially on around Llanwrtyd?
If not, this service which runs from a free app on mobile phones can find your location within a 3 metre square and provide you with a 3 word unique address which you can give to someone to locate you.
Why not download the app and give it a go and see how it works -