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Published 5 August 2021
'Happy to Chat' benches to help promote mental wellness in Salisbury
Wiltshire Council's Salisbury Area Board and Salisbury City Council are working in partnership on a new project to tackle loneliness and improve the wellbeing of residents.
Published 3 August 2021
Wiltshire Council urges the community to support mums to breastfeed
You can play your part in supporting Wiltshire's mums to feel comfortable and safe to breastfeed when out in the community
Published 3 August 2021
Council and Community First uniting to support young people feeling isolated
Five of Wiltshire Council's area boards are working together with a local charity to support and improve engagement with young people, particularly those who might feel isolated due to living in a rural area.
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 17 February 2021
Wiltshire Council's Chief Executive and Director of Public Health volunteer at Salisbury City Hall vaccination centre
Terence Herbert and Kate Blackburn spent an afternoon volunteering at the City Hall NHS vaccination centre in Salisbury
Published 3 February 2021
Support for people who need transport to get to their vaccination appointment
The council is here to support people who need help to get to their COVID-19 vaccination appointments
Published 18 September 2020
Wiltshire Council receives government support to help fund vital work with rough sleepers
More than £47,000 will be spent on a range of measures
Published 29 January 2020
Restaurant licences suspended due to illegal working on premises
Following applications made by the Home Office (Immigration Enforcement), two restaurants in Chippenham and Pewsey have had licenses suspended due to illegal working taking place on the premises.

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