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Published 11 April 2022
Young people celebrated at Star Awards ceremony
Young people from across Wiltshire came together on Friday (8 April) for a special Star Awards ceremony.
Published 7 April 2022
New This Girl Can Classes launched across Wiltshire leisure centres, 'where getting it wrong is totally alright!'
A new kind of group exercise class is launching at Wiltshire Council leisure centres from 25 April.
Published 28 March 2022
Wiltshire Council launches a campaign to recruit more Shared Lives carers
The council is part of a national scheme which helps people live as part of a family, within the carer's home
Published 25 March 2022
Wiltshire Business and Sports Gala Dinner raises more than £45,000 for local sports stars
The event was made possible due to many businesses sponsoring and supporting the dinner, and the main Gold sponsors: CGI, Landmarc and MiPermit
Published 24 March 2022
Get your little ones swimming with intensive courses this Easter holiday
Wiltshire Council is offering a variety of intensive swimming lesson courses across its leisure centres this Easter holiday period, to support children in their swimming development and confidence in the water.
Published 22 March 2022
Cabinet asked to approve new approach to providing day opportunities
It will be discussed at Cabinet on 29 March
Published 17 March 2022
Agreement reached means waste collection strike has come to an end - and recycling collections will resume from 21 March
Hills Municipal Collections and GMB Union have confirmed they have reached an agreement, which means the waste collection strike has now concluded with immediate effect.
Published 16 March 2022
Act of vandalism causing more disruption for waste collection services
Damage was caused to waste collection vehicles at our Churchfields depot in Salisbury
Published 16 March 2022
Recycling collections to be suspended for longer due to additional strike action
Due to ongoing industrial action, no blue lidded bins or black boxes will be emptied until 4 April
Published 14 March 2022
Social Work and Me, reflecting on events, challenges, and successes in 2021
To celebrate Social Work Week, Wiltshire Council will be running a series of events to bring together social workers to learn, connect, engage and debate the growing value that social work adds to society.

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