Tuesday evenings 0 7.30 pm to 9.30 pm - Table Tennis - admission £2.00 including refreshment - Contact Trevor Lee 07546070729 - Equipment available First Wednesday of the month – Women’s Institute meeting – contact Ruth Jeffries Tel No.: 01874 638 024 Thursday evenings 7.00pm to 9.00 pm - Short Mat Bowls - Equipment availableAdmission £2.00 including refreshments - contact Trevor Lee Tel No.: 07546070729 Coffee Morning Thursday 23rd June 10.30 – 11.30 am led by Jane Coulton and Jackie Oliphant Trallong Church. If successful further dates to be arranged Film club - We hope to restart the Film club in September following 2 year break due to Covid - Dates to be confirmed. Anybody who is interested can email Trevor Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org to be added to the mailing list. This event has been very successful in the past.
Vacant roles – Board Member (6) – Natural Resources Wales (NRW). Please could we ask for your assistance in sharing this information as widely as possible amongst your networks, so that we can directly encourage people from diverse communities to participate in this process. The Welsh Government is currently recruiting 6 Board Members for Natural Resources Wales (NRW) For further details and to apply go to the Welsh Government’s Public Appointments website or for queries email Public Appointments Unit or our recruitment agency Green Park Interim & Executive Ltd The candidate information pack gives further details relevant to these roles. The Welsh Government acknowledges the importance of developing and growing bilingual capabilities in public appointments in Wales and welcomes applications from candidates who demonstrate their capability to work in both English and Welsh. Applications are encouraged from all groups. We will ensure that no eligible candidate for public office receives less favourable treatment on the grounds of age, disability, gender, marital status, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, race, religion or belief, or pregnancy and maternity. A large print, Braille or audio version of this advert can be obtained by request from 03000 255454. The closing date for receipt of applications is 27 June 2022, 12:00
Deddf Rheoli Traffig y Ffyrdd 1984: Adran 14(2)Rhybudd Tymor ByrSir PowysFfordd Ddosbarthedig y Sir C0043 SOAR, ABERHONDDUGwaharddiad dros dro i gerbydau. Mae Cyngor Sir Powys yn rhoi rhybudd y bydd o 27 Ebrill 2022 (8am-5pm), yn gwahardd unrhyw gerbydau rhag teithio ar hyd rhan o’r C0043 SOAR, ABERHONDDU. Rhaid cau’r ffordd ar ran MJ Quinn / Openreach, tra bod gwaith yn cael ei wneud i osod polyn newydd yn ymyl y ffordd. Caniateir mynediad i drigolion.Caniateir mynediad i gerbydau’r gwasanaethau brys.Dilynwch yr arwyddion am y ffordd arall. Gwybodaeth bellach gan Quantum Traffic Management, 01633853300.Adran Gwaith Stryd, Neuadd y Sir, Llandrindod, Powys LD1 5LG Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984; Section 14(2) Short Term Notice The County of Powys County classified Road C0043 SOAR, BRECON. Temporary Prohibition of Vehicles. Powys County Council gives notice that from 27 April 2022 (8am-5pm), a traffic order is prohibiting any vehicular traffic from proceeding a length of the C0043 SOAR, BRECON. The closure is on behalf of MJ Quinn / Openreach, while works are being carried out to replace a pole in the verge. Residents access will be maintained. Emergency vehicles access will be maintained. The alternative route will be signposted. Further information may be obtained from Quantum Traffic Management, 01633853300.Streetworks Department, County Hall, Llandrindod Wells, Powys LD1 5LG
VACANCY: Chair to the Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales / Cadeirydd - Panel Annibynnol Cymru ar Gydnabyddiaeth Ariannol The closing date is the 17 March 2022. Vacancy link: Chair - Independent Remuneration Panel for Wales - Welsh Government Cadeirydd - Panel Annibynnol Cymru ar Gydnabyddiaeth Ariannol
Natur a Ni – Mae’r sgwrs genedlaethol ar ddyfodol amgylchedd naturiol Cymru wedi dechrau / Nature and Us – The national conversation on the future of Wales’ natural environment has started Nature and Us has started and over the next 10 weeks, anyone in Wales can get involved and have their say at www.natureandus.wales. There are lots of ways people can get involved: completing a Nature and Us survey, taking part in one of our online events or volunteering for a focus group. Most of this is online at www.natureandus.wales but there is help for those who find accessing the internet a bit more difficult. We’ve already shared with you a link to the Nature and Us Stakeholder Toolkit and, from today, these materials can be shared freely and publicly to help more people get involved. Thank you in advance for any support you can provide to Nature and Us, we look forward to hear what you have to say! Nature and us: what future do we want for our natural environment? | Freshwater (eventscase.com)
WE ARE CIRCULATING THIS EMAIL ON BEHALF OF THE OECD Please share with your networks Help build the future of Wales! The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) invites you to complete a questionnaire about the future of regional development in Wales, and share it with your network, including family, friends, and associates. This initiative forms part of a collaboration between the OECD and the Welsh Government. By sharing your thoughts about economic, social, environmental and community development challenges and priorities, you can help build the future of Wales and Welsh local communities! Your responses will provide critical inputs for a vision-setting workshop on regional development with the Welsh Government and other stakeholders including local authorities, private sector, and the third sector etc, facilitated by the OECD. Your perspective will help the Welsh Government and Welsh Local Authorities improve services, enhance social and economic well-being, and increase the quality of life throughout Wales. Please reserve about 10 minutes to complete the full questionnaire. Please click on this link to access the questionnaire: https://survey.oecd.org/index.php?r=survey/index&sid=741948&lang=en The questionnaire is only available in English Response by 9 March 2022 RYDYM YN CYLCHREDEG YR E-BOST HWN AR RAN YR OECD Rhannwch gyda'ch rhwydweithiau Helpu i lunio dyfodol Cymru! Mae’r Sefydliad ar gyfer Cydweithrediad a Datblygiad Economaidd (OECD) yn eich gwahodd i lenwi holiadur am ddyfodol datblygiad rhanbarthol yng Nghymru, a’i rannu gyda’ch rhwydwaith, gan gynnwys teulu, ffrindiau a chysylltiadau. Mae’r fenter hon yn rhan o gydweithrediad rhwng yr OECD a Llywodraeth Cymru. Drwy rannu eich meddyliau am yr heriau a’r blaenoriaethau mewn perthynas â datblygiad economaidd, cymdeithasol, amgylcheddol a chymunedol, gallwch helpu i lunio dyfodol Cymru a chymunedau lleol Cymru! Bydd eich ymatebion yn darparu syniadau allweddol ar gyfer gweithdy gosod y weledigaeth mewn perthynas â datblygiad rhanbarthol gyda Llywodraeth Cymru a rhanddeiliaid eraill gan gynnwys awdurdodau lleol, y sector preifat a’r trydydd sector etc. Hwylusir y gweithdy hwn gan yr OECD. Bydd eich safbwynt yn helpu Llywodraeth Cymru ac awdurdodau lleol Cymru i wella gwasanaethau, gwella llesiant cymdeithasol ac economaidd a gwella ansawdd bywyd ledled Cymru. Neilltuwch oddeutu 10 munud i lenwi’r holiadur llawn. Cliciwch ar y ddolen hon i gael mynediad at yr holiadur: https://survey.oecd.org/index.php?r=survey/index&sid=741948&lang=en Mae’r holiadur ar gael yn Saesneg yn unig Ymateb erbyn 9 Mawrth 2022
Dilynwch y linciau isod am ein Cylchlythyr Bwletin: Please follow the below links for our Bulletin Newsletter: Cymraeg: https://www.olderpeoplewales.com/cy/Publications/pub-story/22-02-21/Newsletter_February_2022.aspx English: https://www.olderpeoplewales.com/en/Publications/pub-story/22-02-21/Newsletter_February_2022.aspx Os hoffech dad-danysgrifio, e-bostiwch ‘Dad-danysgrifio’ i email@example.com If you would like to unsubscribe, please e-mail ‘Unsubscribe’ to firstname.lastname@example.org
Temporary Road Closure: C0043 ABERYSCIR, BRECON (3-4 Mar 2022) Math o gyfyngiad/Type of restriction: Cau’r ffordd yn gyfan / Full Closure Cyf:/Ref: BC006MQONSAWN0SFWCQLG58Y Hawliau Tramwy Cyhoeddus / Public Rights of Way: Rhif y Ffordd/Road no: Footpath no: C0043 Lleoliad/Location: ABERYSCIR, BRECON Dyddiad ac amser/ Dates and times: 9am – 5pm ar /on 3-4 March 2022 Ymgeisydd:/Applicant: MJ Quinn / Openreach Gwaith:/Works: MJ QUINN REQUIRES NOTICE TO DROP 4 POLES Caniatáu mynediad i gerbydau’r gwasanaethau brys / Emergency Vehicle Access Provision: Bydd ar gael / Will be maintained Caniatáu mynediad i eiddo o fewn y cyfyngiad / Access to Properties within the restriction Provision: Bydd ar gael / Will be maintained Byddwn yn rhoi gwybod i drigolion cyn cau / Residents will be notified prior to closure: Byddwn (wythnos o flaen llaw) / Yes (A week before the closure begins)
We are hosting a free event in partnership with Carers Wales on Wednesday 12th January at 11am to 12.30pm on Zoom. This session is for anyone caring for someone with a hearing loss, or if you are a carer with hearing loss. Please see Image for further details..
Volunteer Weekly Support As ever, our trained Volunteers would be delighted to support families from across your services at this time. We have links to Home Start groups across the UK - so would be able to offer support to service families should they be posted in new areas throughout their journey with us here in Powys. We offer weekly contact with a family to share worries, offer suggests and be a listening ear. We offer free, confidential support and practical help to parents of young children living across Wales who are going through a difficult time - because childhood can't wait. Families Supporting Families New to 2022! (Covid permitting) Free Fortnightly Group Sessions in Brecon and Llandrindod Wells. Also Newtown and Machynleth. A chance for families to come along to a group session for a cuppa and chat, find out more about activities in the area, play ideas and parenting advice and support. Please see attached poster for details Big Hopes, Big Futures The aim of the project Improve children’s readiness for school. Our trained volunteers help parents learn about and understand the benefits of a positive learning environment at home. Through this the parents increase their understanding and change their behaviour and family routines to include activities that would help their children’s early learning. Their children will then start school or nursery able to fully benefit from their formal education. Parent-Infant Psychotherapy (PIP) Parent-Infant Psychotherapy is a service for parents and babies aged 0-2 years. Our Parent-Infant Psychotherapist, Belinda, works with parents and their babies or toddlers to help understand and work out some of your worries or concerns. We think about the feelings parents have and try to understand and find ways to help them and their baby communicate and enjoy being together. Sessions are carried out online or in person with parent and your baby together. Sessions are weekly and last for up to 1 hour. We can talk and use play to help build the relationship between parent and baby and also make sense of any worries or difficult feelings they may have. Lockdown Babies Group A weekly zoom session bringing together parents and babies who have been born during the lockdown period. Supporting families who may have suffered from isolation during this period, offering play ideas, information and a time to chat and share worries and concerns. Young Parents Group A weekly zoom session for young parents age 19 years or under. Our trained play therapist offers structured sessions of play, tips, information sharing and activity ideas especially aimed towards younger parents and their children. Family Learning Sessions An individual weekly zoom play session with parents and their children age 0-5 years. Our play therapist offers lots of easy and effective play activities for parents and children to engage with (resources can be provided to the family) Lots of ideas and fun to take forward independently between sessions. Our coordinators would be happy to answer any questions as well. Families are able to self-refer into Home-Start Cymru - and we would be delighted to talk to them directly. If you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact me Diolch o galon Vicky Vicky Critchley Locality Manager Home-Start Cymru T 01745 814819 M 07871 601772 E email@example.com How to Volunteer | Home-Start UK