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May16 Created by david williams on 5/16/2018 10:03:10 AM

One of the worst local cases of fly tipping yet found just off the Offa’s Dyke Path
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May17 Created by david williams on 5/17/2018 5:34:27 PM

Police have launched an investigation after the alleged incident on Saturday evening
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Iolo says he hopes that Council have plans to counter destruction caused by new school
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May20 Created by david williams on 5/20/2018 10:00:00 AM

Fed up parents and schools will be backed by police action if problems persist
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May21 Created by david williams on 5/21/2018 7:49:56 AM

The row over the correct spelling of a village name has taken a turn for the worse
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Can Pool beat the drop?

 
Created on 04/01/2018 @ 08:32
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It’s been a tough season so far, but Welshpool Ladies Hockey Club are going into the second half with a positive mentality that will hopefully steer them away from relegation trouble.

Despite being bottom of the North Wales League with three draws from seven games, they are only six points off fourth place and resume training this week knowing they are a win away from turning their fortunes around.

“We have been unlucky in some of our matches with draws that we could have won, so we are not far away,” said Gez Charles. “We are confident that we can pull together to get the results from January!”

The ladies resume their season against Ardudwy on January 13, and will finish the campaign at Newtown, who are currently third, on March 3.

For the current league table and fixtures click here.


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