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A Warning To All Dog Owners

There is a growing epidemic of dog thieving within Wales - and it's happening around here!

These dog thieves will take your dog to sell on, for breeding or to be used in fights.

There has recently been an incidence in Llandyssil - a blue rope was tied to a dog owner's gate to mark the property for the dog's later abduction. This was unsuccessful, but the dog has been very ill with suspected poisoning.

These dog thieves are often driving plain, unmarked vans. Recently, the occupants of white vans bearing the RSPCA logo have tried to steal dogs from their owners whilst out walking.

All dog owners must be on their guard against this latest scourge, especially if they walk their dogs alone.

Everyone needs to be alert to the unusual - rope tied to gates, paint sprayed onto gate posts, strange vans driving slowly, looking at each property etc. Please be vigilant and report your suspicions to the police by dialing 101.

Hopefully, by adopting a Neighbourhood Watch attitude, we'll be able to stop these cruel and heartless dog-nappers from stealing any dogs within this area.

A Warning To All Dog Owners

There is a growing epidemic of dog thieving within Wales - and it's happening aroud here!

These dog thieves will take your dog to sell on, for breeding or to be used in fights.

There has recently been an incidence in Llandyssil - a blue rope was tied to a dog owner's gate to mark the property for the dog's later abduction. This was unsuccessful, but the dog has been very ill with suspected poisoning.

These dog thieves are often driving plain, unmarked vans. Recently, the occupants of white vans bearing the RSPCA logo have tried to steal dogs from their owners whilst out walking.

All dog owners must be on their guard against this latest scourge, especially if they walk their dogs alone.

Everyone needs to be alert to the unusual - rope tied to gates, paint sprayed onto gate posts, strange vans driving slowly, looking at each property etc. Please be vigilant and report your suspicions to the police by dialing 101.

Hopefully, by adopting a Neighbourhood Watch attitude, we'll be able to stop these cruel and heartless dog-nappers from stealing any dogs within this area.

A Warning To All Dog Owners

There is a growing epidemic of dog thieving within Wales - and it's happening aroud here!

These dog thieves will take your dog to sell on, for breeding or to be used in fights.

There has recently been an incidence in Llandyssil - a blue rope was tied to a dog owner's gate to mark the property for the dog's later abduction. This was unsuccessful, but the dog has been very ill with suspected poisoning.

These dog thieves are often driving plain, unmarked vans. Recently, the occupants of white vans bearing the RSPCA logo have tried to steal dogs from their owners whilst out walking.

All dog owners must be on their guard against this latest scourge, especially if they walk their dogs alone.

Everyone needs to be alert to the unusual - rope tied to gates, paint sprayed onto gate posts, strange vans driving slowly, looking at each property etc. Please be vigilant and report your suspicions to the police by dialing 101.

Hopefully, by adopting a Neighbourhood Watch attitude, we'll be able to stop these cruel and heartless dog-nappers from stealing any dogs within this area.

The annual Montgomeryshire Community Awards celebrate and recognise remarkable individuals, community groups and businesses who have made significant contributions to our local communities. This year takes on an even more significance in light of the challenges faced due to COVID-19.

We are delighted to have partnered with The Powys County Times to recognise publicly these exceptional contributions which make Montgomeryshire a better place to live, work and raise a family.

The Awards were founded by local businessmen Andy Finch and Paul Hawthorn along with Craig Williams MP . What started as an informal chat on how to recognise the many achievements of some remarkable people developed into the Montgomeryshire Community Awards.

To ensure that we recognise a range of outstanding residents and businesses, the awards are split into five categories. All nominees will receive a letter from Craig Williams MP recognising their contribution. Our judging panel will deliberate and select a winner for each category who will receive the award and prize.

Further information about these awards can e found on their website, by clicking HERE.

The Montgomeryshire Community Awards are generously sponsored by …

The annual Montgomeryshire Community Awards celebrate and recognise remarkable individuals, community groups and businesses who have made significant contributions to our local communities. This year takes on an even more significance in light of the challenges faced due to COVID-19.

We are delighted to have partnered with The Powys County Times to recognise publicly these exceptional contributions which make Montgomeryshire a better place to live, work and raise a family.

The Awards were founded by local businessmen Andy Finch and Paul Hawthorn along with Craig Williams MP . What started as an informal chat on how to recognise the many achievements of some remarkable people developed into the Montgomeryshire Community Awards.

To ensure that we recognise a range of outstanding residents and businesses, the awards are split into five categories. All nominees will receive a letter from Craig Williams MP recognising their contribution. Our judging panel will deliberate and select a winner for each category who will receive the award and prize.

Further information about these awards can e found on their website, by clicking HERE.

The Montgomeryshire Community Awards are generously sponsored by …

The annual Montgomeryshire Community Awards celebrate and recognise remarkable individuals, community groups and businesses who have made significant contributions to our local communities. This year takes on an even more significance in light of the challenges faced due to COVID-19.

 

We are delighted to have partnered with The Powys County Times to recognise publicly these exceptional contributions which make Montgomeryshire a better place to live, work and raise a family.


The Awards were founded by local businessmen Andy Finch and Paul Hawthorn along with Craig Williams MP . What started as an informal chat on how to recognise the many achievements of some remarkable people developed into the Montgomeryshire Community Awards.


To ensure that we recognise a range of outstanding residents and businesses, the awards are split into five categories. All nominees will receive a letter from Craig Williams MP recognising their contribution. Our judging panel will deliberate and select a winner for each category who will receive the award and prize.


Further information about these awards can e found on their website, by clicking HERE.


The Montgomeryshire Community Awards are generously sponsored by …

Book of Condolences - St. Tyssil's Church

From Saturday 10th April, Gwen and Gwyneth will be setting up a Book of Condolence in the church porch for those who wish to pay their respects to Prince Philip.

His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip

Duke of Edinburgh

10th June 1921 ~ 9th April 2021

Book of Condolences - St. Tyssil's Church, Llandyssil

From Saturday 10th April, Gwen and Gwyneth will be setting up a Book of Condolence in the church porch for those who wish to pay their respects to Prince Philip.

His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip

Duke of Edinburgh

10th June 1921 ~ 9th April 2021

Book of Condolences - St. Tyssil's Church, Llandyssil

From Saturday 10th April, Gwen and Gwyneth will be setting up a Book of Condolence in the church porch for those who wish to pay their respects to Prince Philip.

His Royal Highness, The Prince Philip

Duke of Edinburgh

10th June 1921 ~ 9th April 2021

Llandyssil Lottery

The next draw is due towards the end of April

Llandyssil Newsletter

The latest Llandyssil Newsletter can be viewed and downloaded by clicking HERE

Llandyssil Lottery

The next draw is due towards the end of April

Llandyssil Newsletter

The latest Llandyssil Newsletter can be viewed and downloaded by clicking HERE

Llandyssil Newsletter

The latest Llandyssil Newsletter can be viewed and downloaded by clicking HERE

Llandyssil Old School Hall

The Old School Hall will reopen for the Elections in May 2021.

If the Welsh Government approves then Yoga will start towards the end of May with a maximum of 10 people. The Hall has been redecorated and refurbished during Lockdown. As restrictions are lifted we want to promote the Hall as a venue that can meet many needs, meetings, talks, children’s parties etc. So if you’re looking for a venue to hold your child’s birthday party then I’m sure we can accommodate you.  For more information contact Kathy Braddock: 01686 668922 Email: teekay001@btinternet.com

Llandyssil Old School Hall

The Old School Hall will reopen for the Elections in May 2021.

If the Welsh Government approves then Yoga will start towards the end of May with a maximum of 10 people. The Hall has been redecorated and refurbished during Lockdown. As restrictions are lifted we want to promote the Hall as a venue that can meet many needs, meetings, talks, children’s parties etc. So if you’re looking for a venue to hold your child’s birthday party then I’m sure we can accommodate you.  For more information contact Kathy Braddock: 01686 668922 Email: teekay001@btinternet.com

Llandyssil Old School Hall

The Old School Hall will reopen for the Elections in May 2021.

If the Welsh Government approves then Yoga will start towards the end of May with a maximum of 10 people. The Hall has been redecorated and refurbished during Lockdown. As restrictions are lifted we want to promote the Hall as a venue that can meet many needs, meetings, talks, children’s parties etc. So if you’re looking for a venue to hold your child’s birthday party then I’m sure we can accommodate you.  For more information contact Kathy Braddock: 01686 668922 Email: teekay001@btinternet.com

Llandyssil Lottery

The next draw is due towards the end of April