Welsh Secretary Alun Cairns will meet representatives from a range of sectors in Wales to gather their views on Brexit.
It comes as Prime Minister Theresa May promises to publish her detailed plans for Brexit after facing demands to explain how she'll get what she calls "the best deal for Britain".
Starting in Builth Wells, the Welsh Secretary will meet farmers, farming unions and other representatives from the agriculture sector to seek their views on powers returning from the EU.
In particular the discussion is expected to focus on where decisions might in future be taken at a local level, and the areas in which UK wide frameworks might be desirable.
I am determined to make sure that Wales is in the strongest possible position to benefit from Brexit and these events will help us to understand how the UK Government can deliver the best solution. The people I plan to meet over the coming weeks are in the engine room, helping to keep the Welsh economy growing. By working together I am confident we can make the most of this unique opportunity to build a stronger, fairer Britain that works for everyone.
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A number of cars have been stranded because of flooding after the first day of the Royal Welsh Winter Fair in Builth Wells.
The event is due to continue as planned tomorrow, but the Royal Welsh Society said on Monday night it was helping visitors to get home safely.
Emergency services in Mid Wales say they've had a number of calls this evening of cars getting stuck in deep waters.
They've urged people to only make essential journeys.
2/4 These floods, although not serious, have resulted in a number of cars stranded in a section of the carpark and a road closure in Builth.
3/4 The society is currently helping the visitors affected to get home safely. Traffic Wales have diversions in place for road closures.
4/4 Please take care and drive safely on your way home in these dreadful weather conditions.
Traffic Wales says the A483 at Builth Wells is closed due to flooding from Strand Street to A470 Castle Street.
River has burst its banks in Builth Wells nr to the Bull (Groe Car Park area).
Update - The Strand, Builth Wells has been CLOSED due to flooding. Avoid area. Do not take chances.
There's queueing traffic on the A483 in both directions between the A470 and the A481,. There's congestion on the A483 Station Road to the A470 Castle Street (Builth Wells) and on the A481 to the B4567.
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Dyfed Powys Police have named a mother and daughter found dead in Builth Wells last week as 106 year old Barbara Innes and 69 year old Griselda Folkard.
Post Mortem examinations have been conducted however police are still waiting for final.
Police have confirmed that no person is being sought in connection with the deaths and would like to reassure the community that rumours circulating regarding carbon monoxide poisoning are unfounded.
Dyfed Powys Police say they are not looking for anyone else in connection with the deaths of a that a mother and daughter who were found dead at their home in Builth Wells on Monday.
In a statement the force said they do not believe they died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Dyfed Powys Police say they are investigating the 'sudden deaths' of a mother and daughter at their home in Builth Wells.
In a statement they said that the bodies of the two women aged 107 and 69 were discovered shortly before 10am on Monday 8th April.
Police say that post mortems have taken place and that inquiries are continuing.