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Information for electors voting in the General Election 2024.

A UK parliamentary election has been called for 4 July 2024. Register to vote by midnight on 18 June 2024: GOV.UK: Register to vote. (opens new window) You can also vote by post: GOV.UK: apply to vote by post (opens new window). The deadline to apply is 5pm on 19 June 2024 or apply to vote by proxy by 5pm on 26 June 2024: GOV.UK: Apply to vote by proxy (opens new window)

 

Overseas electors may consider applying to vote by proxy. For more information see the General Election 2024 page.

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Published 25 August 2021
Parents checklist of top tips for return to school and college
Top tips for parents and pupils to consider as schools and colleges return after the summer break.
Published 18 August 2021
GCSE exam results 2021
Over 4,000 students in Wiltshire received their GCSE results last week. While like-for-like comparisons cannot be made with 2019 and 2020 results, we are pleased that initial data suggests that Wiltshire students have done well.
Published 12 August 2021
Congratulations to Wiltshire's GCSE students
Students are receiving their results by email from some schools this year, while others are opening their doors for students to come in pick up their results
Published 10 August 2021
Wiltshire A-level students praised on results day
Wiltshire Council has praised students for their hard work and dedication as they collect their A-level results across the county today (10 August).
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
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.

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