News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 29 October 2020
Construction getting close for Melksham Community Campus
Plans being finalised for construction
Published 27 October 2020
Find out more about the proposed Melksham bypass at Melksham Area Board
Melksham Area Board meeting on Wednesday 4 November at 7pm, will host a presentation and Q&A session for people interested in the proposals for a bypass on the A350 at Melksham.
Published 22 October 2020
Have a scarily good time this Halloween - but stay safe and stick to the COVID-19 guidance
We have created a pack of guidance and fun activities for the kids
Published 15 October 2020
City Hall to close temporarily for the foreseeable future
A decision has been made to close City Hall until further notice
Published 11 June 2020
Funding could help to unlock potential of Bradford on Avon site
Wiltshire Council has secured funding from the government's One Public Estate (OPE) programme to explore future possibilities for a new community facility in central Bradford on Avon.
Published 5 June 2020
Partners mark National Volunteers Week
Members of Wiltshire and Swindon Local Resilience Forum have marked National Volunteers' Week by paying tribute to all those who have given their time and expertise for free during the response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published 29 May 2020
Street markets back selling full range of products
Following the recent change to Government guidance, Wiltshire Council's street markets will be open from Tuesday 2 June 2020 with stallholders now able to sell their full range of goods.
Published 21 May 2020
Local voluntary organisations working with Wiltshire Council to support vulnerable residents during COVID-19
In addition to all the work that local community groups have been undertaking to support their communities, Wiltshire Council's Wellbeing Hub has been working with specific partner agencies to provide additional support to residents who are 'shielding' or are highly vulnerable during COVID-19.