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The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 21 October 2021
Half-term and Halloween - people advised to be cautious following increase in COVID cases
Local case rate is the highest it's been at any point in the pandemic
Published 19 October 2021
Thousands join virtual local Black History Month conference
More than 2,200 people from across the world attended a virtual South West Black History Month conference
Published 18 October 2021
New service to support health and care workers in Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire
Health and care staff in the Bath and North East Somerset, Swindon and Wiltshire (BSW) area affected by COVID-19 can now access help and support.
Published 15 October 2021
Dog Warden service recognised with Gold Stray Dogs Award
Wiltshire Council's Dog Warden service has received national recognition from the RSPCA.
Published 14 October 2021
Evergreen Court gets a special visitor as its café serves up good food and community support
The Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire paid a visit to one of Wiltshire Council's flagship sheltered housing complexes
Published 13 October 2021
Wiltshire man enters guilty plea to food hygiene offences
Following an investigation by Environmental Health Officers from Wiltshire Council's Food and Safety team, a Wiltshire man has entered a guilty plea to 39 food hygiene offences.
Published 12 October 2021
Salisbury builder given suspended sentence for substandard work
A Salisbury builder has been successfully prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for substandard work and using professional accreditations without authorisation.
Published 8 October 2021
Council outlines its bus strategy to get more people on board local services
Council looking to improve local services with Government funding
Published 6 October 2021
Pembroke Park Primary School selected to receive a Queen's Green Canopy Celebration Tree
The Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Troughton is proud to announce that Pembroke Park Primary School in Salisbury is one of only 69 schools across the country selected to receive a Celebration Tree as part of The Queen's Green Canopy (QGC).