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The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 21 April 2021
Parents and carers asked to share their experiences of health visiting and children's centre services
Parents and carers are being asked for their views to ensure health services and children centre services in Wiltshire continue to meet the needs of families into the future.
Published 16 April 2021
99% of Wiltshire families offered one of their three primary school preferences
99% of Wiltshire families have been offered one of their three primary school preferences for this September with 95% offered their first preference.
Published 1 April 2021
Wiltshire Council shares Bath Clean Air Zone correspondence
Wiltshire Council has publicly shared its correspondence with key figures on Bath Clean Air Zone (CAZ) following discussions at its Cabinet meeting on Tuesday 16 March.
Published 29 October 2020
A4 Derry Hill between Chippenham and Calne to reopen later today
The road will reopen at 7pm
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
More volunteers needed for popular scheme which provides support for children in care
A popular scheme which links independent adult volunteers with young people in care is looking for more people to join its committed team so it can expand its good work.
Published 21 October 2020
People Friendly Salisbury starts today in the city
The project will reduce through traffic in the city centre, improving air quality and prioritising pedestrians and cyclists.
Published 20 October 2020
Work to make trees safe will close A4 at Derry Hill for 11 days
Road to close for urgent works to remove around 400 ash trees that are dying of ash dieback disease
Published 19 October 2020
Partners join forces to step up awareness of child exploitation on public transport
A new drive to help people know how to spot the signs of a child in danger, and who to contact if they are concerned, is being launched across Wiltshire.