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The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 26 July 2021
Bus services - help the council plan the route forward
Take part in a survey to help shape future plans for local bus services
Published 22 July 2021
Find out more about the proposed Melksham bypass at drop-in sessions at Melksham Library
We are holding two drop-in information sessions at Melksham Library
Published 19 July 2021
Temporary social distancing schemes in Wiltshire to be removed
The schemes will be removed in the coming weeks in Devizes, Marlborough, Malmesbury and Bradford on Avon, in that order, with work expected to begin in Devizes on 20 July.
Published 16 July 2021
Council outlines the impact on leisure centres, libraries and history centre as step 4 commences
With step 4 getting underway, council services will have measures in place to keep people safe
Published 15 July 2021
Council issues Fixed Penalty Notices and warns of the dangers of using rogue waste collectors
Wiltshire Council has issued three £400 Fixed Penalty Notices (FPNs) recently to householders
Published 14 July 2021
Young people to FUEL up during Summer holidays
Wiltshire Council will be delivering the Government's Holiday Activity and Food programme in Wiltshire this Summer. Funded by the Department of Education, the programme provides children who are eligible for benefits related free school meals with free activity and food provision during school holiday.
Published 13 July 2021
Household recycling centre booking system ends on 19 July as sites reopen for non-booked visits
Wiltshire Council has confirmed that the booking system for its household recycling centres (HRCs) will end on 19 July and, from this date, people will be able to visit a site without booking in advance.
Published 8 July 2021
Still time to have your say on proposals to improve Salisbury area junctions
The engagement period ends on 18 July
Published 7 July 2021
New video shows route of proposed A350 Melksham bypass
The video allows viewers to better understand the emerging route and where it sits in the landscape