News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 27 November 2020
Leisure centres to reopen next week
Wiltshire Council is delighted to confirm that all council-run leisure centres will reopen on 3 December.
Published 25 November 2020
Spotlight on young people for "16 Days of Action" in Wiltshire and Swindon
What makes a healthy or unhealthy relationship between young people will be the focus of this year's 16 Days of Action in Wiltshire and Swindon.
Published 24 November 2020
Silverwood School - new name chosen for special school as plans progress for the future
After weeks of consultation the votes are now in and the North Wiltshire School has a new name.
Published 18 November 2020
Wiltshire Council is launching a competition to encourage young people to share their creative flair during lockdown.
Published 16 November 2020
Anti-Bullying Week 2020: United Against Bullying
A new online directory and a new forum for talking about mental health are some of the events happening this week as Wiltshire Council joins partners to mark Anti-Bullying Week.
Published 13 November 2020
Wiltshire Council welcomes eggs-cellent donation for vulnerable residents
A very generous donation of eggs was made from Stonegate Farmers Ltd of Lacock, for vulnerable residents during half-term.
Published 10 November 2020
Don't miss out on free childcare for two-year-olds
Wiltshire Council is encouraging parents with a child who will be two years old on or before the 31 December 2020 to apply for 15 hours free childcare.
Published 9 November 2020
Leisure service changes due to new restrictions
Our leisure centres will be closed during national restrictions
Published 5 November 2020
Wiltshire mum gains Royal recognition after amazing learning journey
The Patrons Award is chosen by HRH The Princess Royal and is given to someone who has made a particularly special commitment to learning
Published 3 November 2020
Wiltshire Council receives government funding to provide accommodation for rough sleepers
Wiltshire Council has received more than £600,000 from the government to help provide long term accommodation for rough sleepers.