News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 25 November 2020
Spotlight on young people for "16 Days of Action" in Wiltshire and Swindon
What makes a healthy or unhealthy relationship between young people will be the focus of this year's 16 Days of Action in Wiltshire and Swindon.
Published 24 November 2020
Silverwood School - new name chosen for special school as plans progress for the future
After weeks of consultation the votes are now in and the North Wiltshire School has a new name.
Published 18 November 2020
Wiltshire Council is launching a competition to encourage young people to share their creative flair during lockdown.
Published 16 November 2020
Anti-Bullying Week 2020: United Against Bullying
A new online directory and a new forum for talking about mental health are some of the events happening this week as Wiltshire Council joins partners to mark Anti-Bullying Week.
Published 13 November 2020
Wiltshire Council welcomes eggs-cellent donation for vulnerable residents
A very generous donation of eggs was made from Stonegate Farmers Ltd of Lacock, for vulnerable residents during half-term.
Published 10 November 2020
Don't miss out on free childcare for two-year-olds
Wiltshire Council is encouraging parents with a child who will be two years old on or before the 31 December 2020 to apply for 15 hours free childcare.
Published 5 November 2020
Wiltshire mum gains Royal recognition after amazing learning journey
The Patrons Award is chosen by HRH The Princess Royal and is given to someone who has made a particularly special commitment to learning
Published 3 November 2020
Community invited to have their say at first viewing of early plans for new school build
Interested residents are being invited to hear about early plans for a new school build which will help provide places for hundreds of SEND pupils in North Wiltshire.
Published 18 September 2020
Wiltshire Council receives government support to help fund vital work with rough sleepers
More than £47,000 will be spent on a range of measures