News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 21 October 2022
Gadgeteers inspire children to read over the summer
This year, 6,206 children across the county registered for the Summer Reading Challenge that ran in Wiltshire Council Libraries for eight weeks over the summer. This was an increase of 39% on last year.
Published 20 October 2022
Climate change Halloween event and climate lunch at Devizes library
This October, Devizes Library have partnered with Sustainable Devizes to provide resources and host activities and author talks on the theme of climate change.
Published 13 October 2022
Get Online Week 'Try one thing' bingo challenge
Wiltshire Council library staff have created a 'Try one thing' bingo challenge sheet to encourage people to become more confident online by completing a range of tasks during Get Online Week.
Published 5 October 2022
Never stop learning at Wiltshire Libraries
Wiltshire Council libraries are encouraging residents to never stop learning during national libraries week, 3 - 9 October, through a variety of events and activities for adults and young people.
Published 24 April 2020
Closure of Ridgeway National Trail to vehicles extended
Part of the Ridgeway National Trail in Wiltshire will be closed to motor vehicles over the spring and summer months to enable repair works to be completed.
Published 31 March 2020
Council's Facebook rhyme time proves to be a hit
Wiltshire Council's first ever live Facebook rhyme time has proven to be a hit for families throughout Wiltshire and beyond.
Published 20 March 2020
All Wiltshire libraries and leisure centres to close until further notice
Following government advice and to help stop the transmission of COVID-19, Wiltshire Council has taken the decision to close all its libraries and leisure centres until further notice.
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.