Work is set to start on the £5.3million development of Llandrindod Hospital.
The money, secured by Kirsty Williams in negotiations with the Welsh Government, will be used to carry out essential maintenance and improvements to facilities.
Kirsty has been campaigning for this investment for a long time, and after securing the money last year, is looking forward to seeing the work begin.
The Welsh Liberal Democrat Group on Powys County Council will be moving an emergency motion on the Refugee crisis.
The motion states that “we all have a moral responsibility to resettle many more refugees and that it is the duty of the Welsh and Westminster governments and this council to react accordingly to this humanitarian crisis”
The motion will be debated in county hall on Friday the 18th.
Anger as NatWest set to leave Crickhowell
Kirsty Williams, Welsh Liberal Democrat AM for Brecon and Radnorshire, and John Morris, Welsh Lib Dem Cllr for Crickhowell have vowed to campaign against the closure of the NatWest Branch in Crickhowell following today’s announcement that the branch is to close in November.
If it goes ahead, the closure will leave the town without an out-of-hours cashpoint.
Kirsty and Cllr Morris have been in touch with the bank asking for an urgent meeting with NatWest officials to ask them to rethink the closure.