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Published 1 March 2021
Construction underway on Melksham Community Campus
The centre should open in Autumn 2022
Published 25 February 2021
Wiltshire Council broadcasting live public COVID-19 update on 2 March
The update on COVID-19 in Wiltshire will start at 5.30pm
Published 23 February 2021
Targeted COVID-19 rapid community testing gets underway in Wiltshire
Community testing is available for symptom-free people who work for small businesses, private non-maintained early years settings, and childminders
Published 22 February 2021
Statement from Cllr Philip Whitehead, Wiltshire Council Leader following PMs announcement
Cllr Philip Whitehead, Wiltshire Council Leader said, "Following the Prime Minister's announcement about the timetable for the lifting of restrictions over the next few months, we will continue to work to support schools, businesses, residents and our staff to ensure restrictions can be lifted safely across Wiltshire.
Published 18 February 2021
Cricklade Leisure Centre refurbishment complete
Work to transform Cricklade Leisure Centre is now complete, with the refurbished facility ready to provide high quality leisure services to residents.
Published 17 February 2021
Wiltshire Council's Chief Executive and Director of Public Health volunteer at Salisbury City Hall vaccination centre
Terence Herbert and Kate Blackburn spent an afternoon volunteering at the City Hall NHS vaccination centre in Salisbury
Published 11 February 2021
Spades at the ready - construction on Melksham Community Campus is set to get underway
Work is set to get underway on-site in March
Published 8 February 2021
Wiltshire ready to help eligible unpaid carers receive their PPE following government announcement
Wiltshire's eligible unpaid carers will be able to receive PPE following updated government guidance published on Friday (5 February).
Published 5 February 2021
Wiltshire Council advises against organised litter picks during lockdown restrictions
We're asking community groups to avoid holding organised litter picks in the county