More than 100 of the world’s top riders will race through the heart of Mid Wales this summer as The Women’s Tour visits Welshpool for the first time.
Eight young people who are interested in all aspects of film making are being sought for a series of workshops in Mid Wales during February and March.
Community focused development trust, Open Newtown is inviting bids to lease, run and maintain a food franchise, at the new riverside development in Newtown.
New research has identified an “irrefutable need” for skills development to help Powys businesses respond to the economic shift towards a more sustainable future.
A long term ambition to restore the Montgomery Canal to Newtown is to be the subject of a feasibility study following a meeting held in the town on Friday.
A Mid Wales tourism leader has described the announcement of £33.1 million investment in the region from the UK Government’s Levelling Up Fund as “fantastic news” for the region.
Mid Wales has three of the 10 schemes across Wales that were granted £121 million funding in last week’s Budget.
Organisations working hard to restore the Montgomery Canal are celebrating after the UK Government announced £15.4 million of Levelling Up funding towards the project.
Collaboration between the Cambrian Mountains Initiative and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water has resulted in The Cambrian Mountains Food, Drink and Craft Fair in the Elan Valley on October 23, between 10am and 4pm.
Young entrepreneur Aled Woosnam, whose businesses have continued to thrive despite the pandemic, collected the main accolade at the Powys Business Awards.
The first ever drive-in Powys Business Awards on the Newtown campus of NPTC Group of Colleges was declared a big success as the event was blessed with fine weather last Friday night.