News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 25 August 2021
Wiltshire Council Leader thanks residents for offers of help as preparations continue to welcome Afghan refugees to the county
Wiltshire Council Leader Richard Clewer has thanked residents for their kind offers of accommodation and support in response to the current crisis in Afghanistan.
Published 18 August 2021
Online content created by Wiltshire libraries during the pandemic reaches over 200,000 views
Library staff have used innovative approaches to continue providing online resources and group sessions during the pandemic, including rhyme times, story times, tea and chat sessions, book reviews, author talks and 'how to' guides
Published 17 August 2021
Statement in response to the situation in Afghanistan
Wiltshire Council has issued a statement in light of the current situation in Afghanistan.
Published 21 June 2021
Some changes to Wiltshire Council services in the next few weeks
Upcoming changes to our leisure, library and registration services
Published 26 March 2021
County Hall closed to the public during elections
County Hall will play a key role in the upcoming elections
Published 11 March 2021
Election notices published as preparation continues
A number of elections take place on 6 May 2021
Published 8 March 2021
Consultation on the Future Chippenham road route options closes on Friday
Make sure you have your say on the proposals. The consultation closes this Friday (12 March) at 5pm!
Published 3 March 2021
Wiltshire Council libraries join global challenge to read for 200 million minutes!
Support the Wiltshire library service to reach it's target of 125,000 minutes of reading in March
Published 30 November 2020
Wiltshire libraries and history centre plan for reopening this week
We are preparing to begin reopening Wiltshire libraries and the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre from 3 December.
Published 9 November 2020
Libraries continuing to support residents despite restrictions
Some of our libraries will be here for you during restrictions