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We have received an email from highways informing us that they have permitted a temporary road closure for the C1331, Clyro.
This restriction is proposed to be in place from the 22nd to the 24th of February 2019.
The closure is on behalf of Welsh Water, while they insert a new connection.
Emergency vehicle access will be maintained.
Access to properties will be maintained.
Residents will be notified prior to closure
Please see applicants map showing the location for the works
Next Meeting of Clyro Community Council will be 7pm Tuesday 12th February 2019 at Clyro Village Hall
Agenda will be published the week beforehand.
Letter from HOWLS regarding the future of Hay Library:
Dear Clyro Community Council
You are probably aware that Powys County Council is proposing to cut the funding for staff at 11 of the 18 libraries in the county. This includes cutting the Librarian at Hay Library.
Although we have a number of great volunteers at Hay Library, we will not be able to guarantee the long term future of Hay Library without the professional support of the library staff who provide a vital link with the central library service and whose knowledge and advice on a range of issues including information about housing, jobs and benefits are invaluable.
Hay Library is well used and well loved and serves a much wider area than just Hay, with users coming in from your community in Clyro.
Powys is holding a drop in session at Hay Library on Monday 4th February from 10am to 12 noon to hear the views of local people and we would appreciate it if you could publicise this to your residents.
HOWLS will also be discussing the best way forward at our next meeting on Wednesday 20th February 7pm in Hay Library and we would very much like to invite members of Clyro Community Council to attend.
HOWLS Hay-on-Wye Library Supporters
Chair: Anita Wright Secretary: Janet Robinson Treasurer: Kenny Campbell
Bridge House, Newport Street, Hay-on-Wye HR3 5BG firstname.lastname@example.org
Clyro Community Council are pleased to welcome Jennie Morgan and Ron Francis as new councillors. They have been co-opted on to the Community Council to fill the vacancies created by the leaving councillors Alan Hood and Geoff Franks both of whom we thank and wish well in their future plans.
Power is out in parts of Clyro – it has been reported to Western Power and they are working to restore supply and latest is that they hope to have it back on around 9.30pm Sunday evening.
For updated information please click on this Link to Western Powers Website
All members of the public are welcome to attend