News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 4 November 2020
Many council services continuing during national restrictions
We will still run the majority of services while new restrictions are in place
Published 3 November 2020
Cabinet agrees to new zero carbon council houses and energy efficient improvements
It forms part of our commitment to make Wiltshire carbon neutral by 2030
Published 1 November 2020
Wiltshire Council's reaction to new national restrictions
Wiltshire Council is here to support residents and businesses following the government's announcement of a new four-week period of national restrictions to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Published 28 October 2020
People encouraged to tune in and watch Wiltshire Council broadcasting live public COVID-19 update on 3 November
The broadcast will go live at 5pm
Published 13 October 2020
Scheme to financially support people on a low income who have to self-isolate
Published 12 October 2020
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visits Wiltshire Council
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall visited Wiltshire Council on Monday 12 October 2020 to thank staff for their work to support the COVID-19 response.
Published 7 October 2020
Precautionary COVID-19 measures taken at St Laurence School
St Laurence School is taking precautionary measures after a pupil tested positive for COVID-19.
Published 28 April 2020
A message from HM Lord-Lieutenant of Wiltshire
Dear friends, The country continues to battle the Coronavirus pandemic. As HM The Queen's representative in Wiltshire and on behalf of the Lieutenancy, I would like to offer an interim note of appreciation to everyone, the young or not so young in every corner of Wiltshire, on the frontline or not, for their forbearance and resilience.
Published 27 April 2020
Wiltshire Council answers urgent call for face masks
Wiltshire Council has answered an urgent call from a local hospital after a request for thousands of PPE face masks went out when stocks were low.