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High Sherriff and Council chairman in town

Created on 06/02/2019 @ 16:56
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The High Sherriff of Powys Mr David Price and the Chairman of Powys County Council, Councillor David Meredith have been on a fact-finding tour of Welshpool.

The pair visited the town at the invitation of Independent County Councillors Phil Pritchard and Graham Breeze to look at current and proposed developments in the town.

During the visit they inspected progress on the new English-medium primary school adjacent to the town’s secondary school and the site of the proposed new Welsh-medium primary school, the county council’s Neuadd Maldwyn building in Severn Road, potential bus station sites and the Medical Centre.

“There is huge investment in the town’s primary education and we were keen to see progress and hear about other exciting projects that are planned for the future,” said Powys County Council Chairman, Councillor David Meredith.

High Sherriff David Price added; “We were delighted to visit the Ann Holloway Day Centre, named after the town’s late county councillor, and thank staff for the informative tour of the build.”

Councillor Pritchard said: “With the High Sherriff and County Council Chairman in the area on other business this was an ideal opportunity for them to see the developments that are taking place now and are planned in the future.”

“We were delighted that they agreed to give up their time to take a closer look at Welshpool. There is so much happening in this town that we can be proud of,” added Councillor Breeze.

Caption: Pictured at Neuadd Maldwyn are left to fight: Councillor Phil Pritchard, Councillor David Meredith, chairman of Powys County Council, Mr David Price, High Sherriff of Powys and Councillor Graham Breeze

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