News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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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 14 May 2021
Libraries to extend opening hours and the Edwin Young Gallery to reopen
Art fans and book lovers will be able to once again enjoy the Edwin Young Gallery, reopening on Thursday 20 May, and some longer opening hours at libraries across Wiltshire from Monday 17 May.
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 9 September 2020
More Wiltshire libraries to reopen
Eight libraries will reopen before the end of this month
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.
Published 20 January 2020
Some Wiltshire libraries to close for training on Wednesday 5 February
Eight Wiltshire Libraries and all mobile libraries will close for one day on Wednesday 5 February to bring all staff together for essential training. To keep as many libraries open for the day as possible, four further libraries will be open for self-service, while another 10 will be operated by volunteers and open as usual.