News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 27 July 2021
Joint working initiative provides top class health and leisure facilities in one location
People needing health advice and support in the Salisbury area will now have a fast track to fitness due to a collaboration between Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire Health and care.
Published 16 July 2021
Council outlines the impact on leisure centres, libraries and history centre as step 4 commences
With step 4 getting underway, council services will have measures in place to keep people safe
Published 14 July 2021
Go wild for reading at your local library with the Wild World Heroes Summer Reading Challenge!
Wiltshire Council Libraries are encouraging families to take part in this year's wild-themed Summer Reading Challenge which aims to inspire children to read as much as they can.
Published 13 July 2021
Changes to COVID-19 restrictions as Step 4 confirmed to go ahead on 19 July
The Government has confirmed that step 4 of their roadmap will commence from 19 July
Published 29 June 2020
Your views sought on plans to reopen library services safely
Some libraries will reopen soon
Published 27 June 2020
Support for care homes to prepare for visitors
We've worked with care homes throughout the pandemic
Published 11 June 2020
Funding could help to unlock potential of Bradford on Avon site
Wiltshire Council has secured funding from the government's One Public Estate (OPE) programme to explore future possibilities for a new community facility in central Bradford on Avon.
Published 5 June 2020
Partners mark National Volunteers Week
Members of Wiltshire and Swindon Local Resilience Forum have marked National Volunteers' Week by paying tribute to all those who have given their time and expertise for free during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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.