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The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 10 June 2021
Public urged to be a team player and support their communities during the Euros
We're calling on residents across Wiltshire to support their local communities during the European Championships as we prepare for the start of the football tournament
Published 4 June 2021
Wiltshire Council to stream Westbury waste facility Strategic Planning Committee live online
The committee will meet at 10.30am on 22 June in the Council Chamber at County Hall, and to ensure more people have the chance to watch, it will be streamed live online on Facebook and YouTube.
Published 28 May 2021
All Wiltshire Council leisure centres to be brought under council management
Ten leisure centres currently managed by Places Leisure will transfer to Wiltshire Council later this year
Published 27 May 2021
Changes to the COVID-19 testing site at Devizes Leisure Centre
The Devizes Leisure Centre testing site will close for in-person symptom-free COVID-19 testing, but continue to offer a test collection option
Published 23 April 2021
Four leisure centres, two libraries and the history centre to be used during the elections period
Confirmation of how Wiltshire's leisure centres, libraries and the history centre will be supporting the upcoming elections
Published 13 April 2021
Cricklade Leisure Centre and other assets formally transferred to Cricklade Town Council
The formal transfer from Wiltshire Council to Cricklade Town Council has been completed
Published 7 April 2021
Wiltshire Council receives £865k from National Leisure Recovery Fund
Wiltshire Council has worked with local leisure facility partners Places Leisure, Cricklade and District Community Association and Brian Whitehead Sports Centre Association (Downton Leisure Centre, operated by Gymies Ltd) to apply for support funding from the Government's National Leisure Recovery Fund and have been allocated £865k.
Published 6 April 2021
Wiltshire's leisure centres to reopen next week
Following government confirmation that Step 2 of the roadmap will proceed, all 20 leisure centres across the county will reopen from Monday 12 April
Published 4 March 2021
Breath of fresh air in Bradford on Avon as levels of particulate matter fall in the town
The air quality in Bradford on Avon has improved, as levels of particulate matter have fallen below the objective set in air quality law that originally led to the town's Air Quality Management Area (AQMA) order, and as a result this part of the order has now been lifted.