News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 23 September 2021
Warminster takeaway fined £28,200 for poor hygiene
The prosecution was brought following a history of poor compliance and a succession of interventions with the business to try to improve standards without success.
Published 22 September 2021
Wiltshire Council encourages "empty nesters" and those who fancy a change in direction to think about fostering
The council is encouraging these people to consider fostering and help meet the demand for more people to foster with Wiltshire Council
Published 14 September 2021
Autumn and winter plan published - council urges people to protect each other and local health services
The Government has published how it plans to respond to COVID-19 during this autumn and winter
Published 8 September 2021
Wiltshire Council sets out funding proposals to tackle domestic abuse
The council has been awarded the funding as part of a national government commitment to ensure victims can come forward with confidence
Published 30 April 2020
Partners working together to target fly-tippers in Wiltshire
Wiltshire Council is increasing its partnership working with Wiltshire Police to conduct roadside checks on people carrying waste in order to disrupt and prosecute fly-tippers. These people are breaking both stay at home government guidance and fly-tipping laws.
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 14 April 2020
Father and son support people to be healthy
A member of Wiltshire Council's Active Health team has enlisted the help of his son to put together a short exercise video to support those individuals who are currently isolating at home.
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.