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South Powys Focus September 2021

Crossword Solution: September 2021 issue

Road safety fears to be discussed at open-air meeting

Road safety fears surrounding the building of a Co-op convenience store in Crickhowell will be discussed at an open-air public meeting. It’s the first such gathering to discuss the plans, which were announced before Coronavirus Pandemic. The development has since been given planning permission, but opponents believe the risks to pedestrians and potential for traffic […]

Coleg Gwent Learners Highest Ever A* – C Pass Rate

Once again, Coleg Gwent learners have come out on top with another year of outstanding A Level and BTEC grades on results day.  Learners also achieved the best A* – C grades ever, with a 4.6% increase with several learners successfully securing places at Cambridge University in September! 1,329 A Level results were received electronically […]

Abergavenny Focus August 2021

South Powys Focus August 2021

Distributors Needed!

We’re looking for people to join our distribution team! If you’d like to earn some extra cash each month, we have distribution rounds available, delivering the Abergavenny Focus door-to-door. We’re specifically looking for people in the Govilon area, but if you have a car and can get there, no problem! You must be available on […]

Got a business? Want more sales? We’ve got you covered.

When potential advertisers approach us at the Focus, they have one thing in mind: they want more sales. There’s loads of ways to go about advertising a business, service or product: through your own website, Facebook, Instagram, leaflets, you name it, there’s a marketing solution for it. One age old, tried and tested method of […]

Crossword Solution: July 2021

Tramroads through Time

During the decades before steam trains, a network of horse-drawn tramroads linked the industrial heartland of South Wales with the canals. Helen Morgan from Abergavenny Local History Society reports. One whose existence is still evident today ran along the side of the Blorenge. Constructed in about 1817 for the ironmaster, Thomas Hill, it was used […]

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