News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 26 November 2021
Town Hall refurbishment part of £16 million investment in Trowbridge town centre
The investment will maximise the capacity for the building to host an exciting and vibrant programme of community-led cultural and social activities for the people of Trowbridge
Published 23 November 2021
Pupils help to bury time capsule at Melksham Community Campus site
Children from two primary schools help bury a time capsule at Melksham Community Campus site
Published 18 November 2021
Swindon resident pays the price for fly-tipping in Lyneham
A Swindon resident has been ordered to pay £440 in fines after giving her household waste to an unlicensed waste collector, who then fly-tipped it in Lyneham, in the Wiltshire Council authority area
Published 17 November 2021
The Queen's Green Canopy Tree Planting Ceremony
The Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire, Mrs Sarah Troughton has attended a tree planting ceremony at Bourne Hill Secret Garden in Salisbury, organised by Wiltshire Council.
Published 15 November 2021
Wiltshire Council asking residents to be prepared in case of flooding this winter
As this winter may be milder and wetter than normal, Wiltshire Council is advising residents in the county to be prepared for a potentially increased risk of flooding.
Published 11 November 2021
Government grant to help people stay safe, keep warm, and fed this winter
Government grant to support people this winter
Published 3 November 2021
Council submits its plan to improve bus services
We have submitted our Bus Service Improvement Plan to Government
Published 20 September 2020
Businesses encouraged to take part in new Green Homes Grant scheme
Homeowners and landlords can now access funding to pay for the cost of energy saving measures under the new Green Homes Grant scheme and businesses are being encouraged to register their services.
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