News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 14 December 2020
Ground investigations as part of Salisbury River Park proposals
To help inform any future works as part of the Salisbury River Park proposals, the Environment Agency is carrying out preliminary ground investigation work at the Maltings and Central Area Car Park.
Published 11 December 2020
Family and Community Learning service achieves glowing report from Ofsted
The service aims to help learners of different ages and backgrounds reconnect with learning, gain new knowledge and skills, and progress to further learning, employment or volunteering.
Published 4 December 2020
Face coverings compulsory for pupils aged 11 and over on school buses to secondary schools and colleges
All those travelling - apart from those medically exempt - will need to wear a face covering throughout their journey
Published 3 December 2020
Give a little time - make a big difference. Call for carers to come forward
Wiltshire Council is asking people to consider offering a lifeline to families with children who may have a range of needs, by training to be a carer as part of the Overnight Short Breaks Scheme.
Published 28 August 2020
New head, new school as special schools project in the north takes major step forward
SEND pupils in north Wiltshire will be part of a new school when they take up their places in class next week.
Published 25 August 2020
Students praised for hard work and encouraged to explore their options on results day
Published 21 August 2020
More than 750 people share their views on the People Friendly Salisbury project
Published 19 August 2020
Top tips for parents as Back to School Booklet is published
Families thinking ahead to the start of the September term can find a range of advice and support in a Back to School booklet published by Wiltshire Council.
Published 17 August 2020
Young people encouraged to use Early Mental Health and Counselling Support Service
Help is available for young people