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A LLANDRINDOD Wells man has been placed on a community order and will be on the sex offenders register for five years for downloading indecent images of children.

Huw Gwynn Jones, 64, admitted downloading 10 indecent images when appeared at Llandrindod Wells Magistrates Court last month, and was sentenced at Merthyr Tydfil Crown Court on March 10.

If you're interested in birds then why not come along to the next Montgomeryshire Bird Group meeting?

The helpline will assist individuals, their families, carers, and support workers within the drug and alcohol field to access appropriate local and regional services. ^: KELATINO TO MONTGOMEll YSIll RE A^D ITS BORDERS. ' GENEALOGICAL SOCitl Y OF UTAH : , ; : : - - I: A Ruddy Lion ramping in Gold." The Seal of Sitt Edward dx Chmlbtoit, Loed op Pow-rs, appended to a charter dated 6th July, 7 Henry V (1113), is adopted as the Seal of the ^3ofa)DS^lanl J (Elufa. Oswald's Church, Oswestry, in 1872 ------ Parochial Account of Llanidloes } 1G7G. He had his houses often plundered, and his wife and her numerous children forced to tramp on foot from place to place during the war. He retains the old family connection of the Herberts with Castle Island, being one of the patrons of the rectory there.The shield in the centre is charged with the red lion of Powys — a lion rampant — and is probably held up by another lion rampant standing on his hind legs behind the shield, which is clasped by his fore paws. By Mary liis wife, daughter of John Egerton, first Earl of Bridgwater, he had issue four sons, two of whom inherited his title and estates, and four daughters, the second of whom, Florence, married her kinsman, Richard Herbert of Dolguog, in the county of Montgomery, and was the ancestress of several peers, who inherited the landed property and regained the honours of theu' ancestors the Lords Herbert of Chir- bury. the first opportunity in 1659 to manifest his loyalty to Charles II, and, accompanied by a large number of kinsmen and friends, concerted measures for unfurhng the royal standard in Shropshire, but being betrayed in his premature design, he readily joined with Sir George Booth, afterwards Lord Delarnere, in the mani- festation made by the Royalists of Clieshire with a view to the restoration of their exiled monarch.As the Pantanal is home to over 700 species of birds (and is also an important migratory area for North American birds), 100 species of mammals, 260 species of fish and 80 reptile species, the trip was bound to be memorable, and Anne's pictures certainly reflected the huge biodiversity of the region.She explained that despite being an area of wetland, there were very few wildfowl, but other water birds were common - for example, there were several heron species, including striated, black-crowned night, rufescent tiger, and little blue herons, as well as birds like the limpkin (in a family of its own, it looks like a large rail but is skeletally closer to cranes), Amazon, green, American pygmy and ringed kingfishers, grey-necked wood rail and the sun bittern, to name but a few.

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