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Published 25 June 2021
People urged to 'think twice' to help reduce COVID-19 cases and enjoy the summer
Get the vaccine twice and, if symptom-free, take twice-weekly lateral flow tests.
Published 25 June 2021
Council seeks views on two new cycling and walking schemes
Wiltshire Council wants to hear from residents and businesses on two new proposed cycling schemes in the county.
Published 23 June 2021
Engagement on next stage of proposed Melksham bypass begins today
Have your say on the next stage of the proposed A350 Melksham bypass project
Published 23 June 2021
Man convicted of abusing traffic warden in Melksham
A man has been convicted of using threatening and abusive behaviour towards a Wiltshire Council Civil Enforcement Officer in Melksham.
Published 23 June 2021
Save money in Wiltshire Council car parks with a Season Ticket
People returning to offices and workspaces are being encouraged to consider buying a parking season ticket for Wiltshire Council car parks.
Published 21 June 2021
Last chance for Wiltshire businesses to claim COVID grant funding
Wiltshire Council is urging eligible businesses in the county to apply for a Restart Grant before the deadline on the 30 June.
Published 21 June 2021
Some changes to Wiltshire Council services in the next few weeks
Upcoming changes to our leisure, library and registration services
Published 17 June 2021
Engagement begins today on plans to improve three junctions in the Salisbury area for motorists, cyclists and walkers
Wiltshire Council is today (Thursday 17 June) launching an engagement exercise to find out people's views on planned improvements to three busy junctions in the Salisbury and Wilton area - Exeter Street roundabout, Harnham Gyratory, and Park Wall junction.
Published 15 June 2021
Update on Bradford on Avon social distancing scheme
Wiltshire Council is, with partners, considering the future for the social distancing scheme in Bradford on Avon.
Published 14 June 2021
Public reminded to keep following the rules following Government roadmap decision
The Prime Minister has confirmed there will a delay in the country moving to Step 4 of the Government roadmap, meaning that the majority of the current restrictions will remain in place for the time being.

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