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#StayHomeSaveLives

#StayHomeSaveLives

Thank you to everyone who continues to #StayHomeSaveLives Restrictions may have changed in England but these don't apply to Wales. Please remember: No visiting friends and family Only essential local travel The latest guidance for Wales is available from: πŸ‘‰ Welsh Government πŸ’» https://gov.wales/coronavirus πŸ‘‰ Public Health Wales πŸ’» https://phw.nhs.wales/coronavirus

Online Eligibility Checker for COVID-19 Testing for Powys Key Workers

Online Eligibility Checker for COVID-19 Testing for Powys Key Workers

A new online eligibility checker is available for Key (Critical Workers in Powys to help them book an appointment at new mobile testing units for COVID-19 in the county. The mobile testing units help to bring testing closer to home across the county. This includes for key (critical) workers who have symptoms of COVID-19 or who have an immediate household member with symptoms of COVID-19.

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VE Day 75th Anniversary Celebrations Friday 8th May 2020

VE Day 75th Anniversary Celebrations Friday 8th May 2020

Stay at Home Street Party to celebrate the 75th Anniversary of VE Day! Commemorate the end of WW2 by celebrating with you friends, family and neighbours whilst staying at home and staying safe. Decorate your house red, white and blue and enjoy a picnic or BBQ in your garden!

COVID 19 Coronavirus latest advice

COVID 19 Coronavirus latest advice

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.

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Town Council says thank you the Llanwrtyd Fire & Rescue

Town Council says thank you the Llanwrtyd Fire & Rescue

On 30th April the Town Council recognised Llanwrtyd firefighters for their 'professionalism, heroism and dignity' at a special ceremony.

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What3words

What3words

Would you know how to easily pinpoint your location if you were lost or injured, especially on around Llanwrtyd?

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