News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 28 June 2021
#FosteringTrowbridge campaign launches to help find 25 new foster carers for the Trowbridge area
Wiltshire Council currently has 24 foster families in the Trowbridge area, however latest figures show a further 25 foster families are needed
Published 18 June 2021
Help Wiltshire Council keep the electoral register up to date
Wiltshire Council has started its annual process of ensuring the county's electoral register is up to date.
Published 10 June 2021
Wiltshire Police and Crime Panel
The Wiltshire Police and Crime Panel has appointed a new chair and vice chair and has agreed arrangements for the interim period until the election of a Police and Crime Commissioner in August.
Published 18 May 2021
Foster Care Fortnight - meet the team behind the scenes
To find out more about fostering with Wiltshire Council you can talk to the friendly team behind the scenes and hear from foster carers by joining a series of online events.
Published 10 May 2021
Results of Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner election
The count for the Wiltshire and Swindon Police and Crime Commissioner elections has been completed today (Monday 10 May).
Published 8 May 2021
Wiltshire Council announces results for unitary, parish and PCC elections
Wiltshire Council has today (Saturday 8 May) completed the count for the council unitary elections.
Published 5 May 2021
Foster Care Fortnight - Foster a teenager
Young people in care have been sharing their thoughts on what makes a good foster carer as Wiltshire Council launches a new campaign to encourage more people to consider fostering.
Published 14 December 2020
Further meat cutting premises searched under warrant for food safety offences
This is the second time that emergency enforcement action has been taken for the same business operator.
Published 2 March 2020
LGBT+ Fostering and Adoption Week
"Rewarding," "providing a warm friendly home" and "making a difference" are just some of the ways Julie and Clare describe their role as foster carers.