Co-option Notice for the roles of Hay Town Councillor
Following the resignations of Josie Pearson and Derek Price, Hay Town Council now has two Councillor roles vacant. No election has been called by the electors, so HTC can now fill the two Councillor positions through the Co-option process. Please click on the link below for more details on the qualifying criteria as well as how to sumit your Expression of Interest for the role of Hay Town Council.
In line with the Welsh Government's announcement on 19 June 2020, Hay Town Council is pleased to announce that from today, 22 June 2020, Hay's tennis courts have re-opened to members of the public. Access to the courts will be via the gate at the rear of the courts as the play area remains closed.
At all times, players need to adhere to the Welsh Government's social distancing (keeping at least 2 metres apart) and only members from no more than 2 households are to use the courts at any one time. And please follow Public Health guidelines on maintaining hygiene. The Welsh Government has not relaxed its legislation on how far people should travel for exercise. So please don't travel more than the advised 5 miles radius of home to come to play tennis in Hay. This is for everyone's safety. For those that can take advantage of this easing of lockdown, enjoy your game and stay safe!
Hay Town Council has installed two new card payment machines for our public conveniences One card payment machine has been installed at the main paddle gates toilets at the top of Oxford Road car park opposite Tourist Information, and one at the toilets near the Clock Tower on Broad Street. Around 95,000 people use Hay's toilets each year. Click on the photograph above for further details.
Hay Town Council, in partnership with 5 neighbouring community and parish councils (Bronllys, Llanigon, Cusop, Clyro and Glasbury) established an informal voluntary group called, 'Hay Voluntary Support Group Covid-19' to help support our local communities support each other during the lockdown period. In order to help us achieve this we applied for, and were successful in gaining, a grant from Powys Assoociation of Voluntary Organisations (PAVO) C-SERT Fund.