News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 23 June 2022
Wiltshire Council issues financial reward following successful fly tipping prosecution
The four individuals have been financially rewarded as part of Wiltshire Council's ongoing 'We're Targeting Flytippers' campaign
Published 17 June 2022
Time to renew your garden waste collections
Households that pay online for their garden waste collection have received an email inviting them to renew their annual subscription by 30 June 2022
Published 14 June 2022
Melksham resident prosecuted for fly-tipping offences
A Melksham resident has been successfully prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for environmental and trading standards offences whilst operating a waste clearance service on Facebook selling sites across Wiltshire.
Published 13 June 2022
Shared Lives Week
Wiltshire Council is visiting different towns in the county to mark Shared Lives Week from Monday 13 June - Friday 17 June
Published 29 June 2021
Last chance to renew garden waste collections and enjoy the full service
Make sure you have renewed before 30 June so you don't miss a collection
Published 21 June 2021
Wiltshire Council household recycling centres ending booking system to return to non-booked visits only
Wiltshire Council is ending its online booking system for visits to its household recycling centres (HRCs), so people will soon be able to return to visiting a site during normal opening hours on an ad hoc basis.
Published 7 June 2021
Devizes resident issued with £400 Fixed Penalty Notice for fly-tipping
Two armchairs were dumped on the corner of Coate Road and Windsor Drive, Devizes.
Published 21 September 2020
Celebrate key workers and keep recycling this Recycle Week
For this year's Recycle Week, Wiltshire Council is urging its residents to continue recycling despite the challenges that COVID-19 has presented.
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