News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 29 June 2021
Support for domestic abuse victims in Wiltshire
We are working closely with charity Splitz so people in Wiltshire who need to escape abuse and make positive life changes are supported when they need help
Published 24 June 2021
Melksham Community Campus construction on track
Residents have received an update on the campus
Published 22 June 2021
Council bids for Government funding to support Melksham and Trowbridge
The bids are part of the Government's Levelling Up Fund, which aims to invest in infrastructure projects that improve everyday life across the UK.
Published 16 June 2021
Summer Solstice celebrations at Stonehenge cancelled following roadmap delay
The event will be streamed for free online
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 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 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.
Published 12 January 2021
Support for the community during the pandemic
Plenty of support remains available for residents during the lockdown
Published 23 December 2020
Archaeological work at Melksham Community Campus site to begin in the new year, as project progress continues
Locals will notice activity on the Melksham Community Campus site in January, with archaeological work set to get under way as preparations for full construction continue.