News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 28 October 2020
People encouraged to tune in and watch Wiltshire Council broadcasting live public COVID-19 update on 3 November
The broadcast will go live at 5pm
Published 25 October 2020
Precautionary COVID-19 measures taken at Springfield Community Campus
Wiltshire Council's Springfield Community Campus is taking precautionary measures after two members of Leisure Services staff tested positive for COVID-19.
Published 15 October 2020
Kate Blackburn appointed as Director of Public Health for Wiltshire
Kate Blackburn has been formally appointed as Director of Public Health for Wiltshire, a role she has been acting up into since the end of May 2020.
Published 13 October 2020
Scheme to financially support people on a low income who have to self-isolate
Published 12 October 2020
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visits Wiltshire Council
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visited Wiltshire Council on Monday 12 October 2020 to thank staff for their work to support the COVID-19 response.
Published 9 October 2020
Five steps to wellbeing - people reminded how to improve mental wellbeing on World Mental Health Day
People are being reminded of the Five Steps to Wellbeing for World Mental Health Day
Published 7 October 2020
Precautionary COVID-19 measures taken at St Laurence School
St Laurence School is taking precautionary measures after a pupil tested positive for COVID-19.
Published 5 October 2020
New Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub to improve health and mental wellbeing
Wiltshire Council is launching the new Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub which will assist people who want to improve their health and mental wellbeing.
Published 31 March 2020
Wiltshire Council garden waste collection renewals deferred to 15 June
Wiltshire Council has postponed the renewal process for garden waste collection until 15 June, due to the pressure on council services because of COVID-19. Garden waste collections will continue, provided the council's contractor has sufficient staff to maintain service delivery.