News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 28 May 2021
All Wiltshire Council leisure centres to be brought under council management
Ten leisure centres currently managed by Places Leisure will transfer to Wiltshire Council later this year
Published 24 May 2021
Cabinet to decide on next steps for proposed A350 Melksham bypass
At its meeting on Tuesday 1 June, Wiltshire Council's Cabinet will discuss the next steps for the proposed A350 Melksham bypass.
Published 21 May 2021
Wiltshire Council warning to residents giving waste to rogue fly tippers
Fly-tipping will not be tolerated in Wiltshire.
Published 19 May 2021
£25 million boost for Trowbridge and Salisbury centres
Trowbridge town centre and Salisbury city centre can now look forward to over £25 million investment following successful bids through the government's Future High Streets Fund.
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 12 May 2021
Pedestrian refuge island installed on A4 Curzon Street, Calne
A new pedestrian refuge island will be built on the A4 Curzon Street in Calne, slightly west of the junction of Savernake Drive. The works will start on Tuesday 1 June and will be completed by Friday 11 June 2021.
Published 7 May 2021
Helping businesses follow the COVID Roadmap
Guidance for businesses preparing for the potential easing of some restrictions on 17 May.
Published 31 December 2020
Libraries to continue operating as normal as Wiltshire enters Tier 3 restrictions
Published 26 December 2020
Trowbridge and Salisbury set to get significant investment following successful bids for funding
Government have provisionally offered £25m to invest in Trowbridge and Salisbury
Published 23 December 2020
Archaeological work at Melksham Community Campus site to begin in the new year, as project progress continues
Locals will notice activity on the Melksham Community Campus site in January, with archaeological work set to get under way as preparations for full construction continue.