News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 21 April 2021
Parents and carers asked to share their experiences of health visiting and children's centre services
Parents and carers are being asked for their views to ensure health services and children centre services in Wiltshire continue to meet the needs of families into the future.
Published 16 April 2021
99% of Wiltshire families offered one of their three primary school preferences
99% of Wiltshire families have been offered one of their three primary school preferences for this September with 95% offered their first preference.
Published 15 June 2020
'You've got a friend in me' Wiltshire Council supports Mencap's Learning Disability Week friendship campaign
Long walks, chats over the phone, visits, newsletters and exchanging craft ideas are just some of the many ways the Wiltshire Council in-house Learning Disability Team has been keeping in contact with adults they care for during COVID-19.
Published 9 June 2020
New service will help teenagers get back on track with future career options
A new service to help 16 & 17 year olds get back on track with future career options has been launched this month.
Published 5 June 2020
New build for special school's investment moves major step forward 05 June 2020
A £33m investment in special schools in north Wiltshire has just taken a major step forward as the contractor for the work has been announced.
Published 4 June 2020
Children can get involved in Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge
Despite libraries not being open at the moment, children can still enjoy the Summer Reading Challenge with support from Wiltshire Council with this year's campaign having a very 'silly' theme.
Published 18 March 2020
Make a pledge to stop child exploitation Child Exploitation Awareness Day in Wiltshire
Wiltshire residents are being asked to show their support to unite against the exploitation of children and young people.
Published 2 March 2020
98.5% of Wiltshire children given one of their secondary school preferences
Figures released today (2 March) show 98.5% of Wiltshire children will attend one of their preferred choices of secondary school from this September up from 98% last year.