News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 30 September 2021
Disruption to PCR test booking site tonight (30 September)
The disruption is due to the portal being upgraded
Published 20 September 2021
Wiltshire Council urges communities to 'Step It Up' and help fight climate change this Recycle Week
The theme for this year's Recycle Week is 'Step it Up', which encourages people to make positive changes to recycle more to reduce carbon emissions
Published 7 September 2021
Market Trader prosecuted for fly tipping his business waste
A former Amesbury fruit and veg market trader has been successfully prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for fly tipping cardboard, plastic and rotting food waste and other environmental waste offences.
Published 30 March 2021
The Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub will take on additional role from 1 April
The Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub, which has proved a lifeline to many local residents during the pandemic, is taking on an additional role from 1 April.
Published 29 March 2021
Changes to asymptomatic testing sites and a new collection model in Wiltshire
You can now collect tests at your convenience
Published 24 March 2021
Service updates and advice as the first stage of lockdown is eased on 29 March
As the first step on the Government's roadmap out of lockdown is implemented on 29 March, Wiltshire Council is updating people on the services available from that date, along with important public health advice.
Published 17 March 2021
Businesses urged to apply for grants ahead of application deadlines
Wiltshire Council is reminding any businesses that have not yet applied for Local Restrictions Support Grants (LRSG) to do so as soon as they can, as the closing dates for applications are fast approaching.
Published 12 March 2021
Keep loved ones safe this Mother's Day
Please stick to the rules this Mother's Day - better days are ahead
Published 10 March 2021
Event organisers urged to think carefully before planning events while future is uncertain
Wiltshire leaders are urging people to think carefully before organising events post-21 June while there is still uncertainty over data and what the future holds.