News and communications
The latest news and communications from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 29 June 2021
Support for domestic abuse victims in Wiltshire
We are working closely with charity Splitz so people in Wiltshire who need to escape abuse and make positive life changes are supported when they need help
Published 23 June 2021
Consultation begins on providing extra support for sheltered housing tenants in the future
Wiltshire Council is asking residents at its sheltered housing sites to give their views on how they can best be supported to live independently in the future.
Published 10 June 2021
Public urged to be a team player and support their communities during the Euros
We're calling on residents across Wiltshire to support their local communities during the European Championships as we prepare for the start of the football tournament
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 17 February 2021
Wiltshire Council's Chief Executive and Director of Public Health volunteer at Salisbury City Hall vaccination centre
Terence Herbert and Kate Blackburn spent an afternoon volunteering at the City Hall NHS vaccination centre in Salisbury
Published 11 February 2021
Wiltshire Council issues closure order on Salisbury residents' car park to prevent antisocial behaviour
Wiltshire Council has issued a closure order on a car park at Cherry Close, Salisbury, to prevent antisocial behaviour in the area.
Published 10 February 2021
Wiltshire Council receives Green Homes Grant to progress its Housing Energy Efficiency Programme
Wiltshire Council has been successful in its bid for Green Homes Grant of £546,500 which will target work to be carried out to improve 100 of the Council's least energy efficient homes as part of its Housing Energy Efficiency programme.
Published 27 June 2020
Support for care homes to prepare for visitors
We've worked with care homes throughout the pandemic