Community Information


At one of our recent Community Council meetings, we had a representative from GoSafe, the Welsh Road Casualty reduction partnership to discuss Operation SNAP and Community Speedwatch.

If you would like to know more about these schemes and how to help keep the Welsh roads safer, please visit the below links


Operation SNAP


Community Speedwatch

The All Wales Public Service Graduate Programme is back

Academi Wales have announced that applications for the groundbreaking All Wales Public Service Graduate Programme are now open.

The All Wales Public Service Graduate Programme is a unique opportunity for you to boost your skills and grow your career.

Graduates of any age with a 2.1 or above (in any subject) or higher qualification can apply.

Important links - 

To apply: All Wales Public Service Graduate Programme - Welsh Government (

To find out more about the programme and application process: All Wales Public Service Graduate Programme 2022 - detailed information and frequently asked questions - Academi Wales (

Academi Wales: Academi Wales ( 

Highways Update

Trewern Community Council have been advised of some planned work by Severn Trent to take place on Sale Lane, Trewern. This work is due to commence on Thursday 9 September 2021 for approximately five weeks.
This work will involve the installation of a new water main connection on Sale Lane, Trewern, for the new development in the area. Severn Trent will be working under a road closure with a sign posted diversion route in place. I have attached a screenshot of the approximate location of the works and the planned diversion route.
A programme of works is being finalised and this information will shortly be communicated by letter to the local and surrounding community.

Home Start Cymru

Home-Start Cymru have many active volunteers supporting families throughout Powys and following a service increase demand, Home-Start Cymru are actively recruiting new volunteers from our local community area.  


Dyfed Powys Police have notified us about an increase in calls they have recently been receiving regarding Facebook Marketplace Scams, please see two below image for further information.

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Notice on Dog Fouling

It has been brought to our attention that there has recently been lot of dog mess around the grounds of Buttington Trewern CP school and the Community Centre. This is a major health issue, especially to the children who attend the school and are regularly playing in that area.  

Whilst we realise most dog owners are caring, responsible individuals, there are still some people who do not clean up after their pets. Anyone who fails to clear up after their dog can be issued with a Fixed Penalty Notice of up to £100. If the case goes to court this could cost the owner or person in charge of the animal up to £1,000. The law states that being unaware a dog has fouled or not having a suitable bag is not a reasonable excuse.  

We do have CCTV at the school and we are also increasing the number of cameras in that vicinity, as well as increasing the monitoring of the CCTV. If anyone is caught not cleaning up after their dog, we will report you and we ask that if you do see anyone offending, please report it at the following link…