News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 19 February 2021
Double First for the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre
An e-volunteering project has resulted in a collection of historic postcards becoming the latest addition to an online heritage mapping resource
Published 18 February 2021
Prospective candidates and agents invited to election webinar
The webinar will be an opportunity to find out about standing in the Wiltshire Council Unitary and Town and Parish elections on 6 May
Published 4 February 2021
People urged to vote by post and have their say in a safe way
Are you registered to vote by post? Find out how
Published 8 December 2020
New Salisbury Trails App explores the City's rich heritage and hidden histories
Residents and visitors to the Cathedral City of Salisbury can now download a new app to discover the stories behind the people and events that shaped the city's history.
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 7 April 2020
Elections and referendums postponed in Wiltshire due to COVID-19
As legislation has now been published to confirm the postponement of national and local elections, by-elections and referendums during the coming months, Wiltshire Council has released details of the forthcoming polls affected in the county.
Published 31 January 2020
Youth Parliament Elections
Young people are being encouraged to have their say in the Youth Parliament Elections.
Published 20 January 2020
Have your say on the future of the Wiltshire countryside
The Wiltshire and Swindon Countryside Access Forum is looking for new members to help shape the Wiltshire countryside, access to it, and outdoor recreation in the county.
Published 17 January 2020
System issues affecting history centre
Unfortunately, due to reasons out of our control, there are some power issues at the Wiltshire and Swindon History Centre which are affecting their systems. This means a number of the centre's services are currently unavailable such as the phone line, wi-fi and the People's Network.