News and communications
The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 30 June 2020
Council dismisses lockdown suggestions
Wiltshire Council has dismissed suggestions the county could be one of the next locations in the country to go into lockdown.
Published 27 June 2020
Support for care homes to prepare for visitors
We've worked with care homes throughout the pandemic
Published 19 June 2020
Only a few days left to apply for the Discretionary Grant scheme
Applications for Wiltshire Council's local Discretionary Grant scheme must be received by 5pm on Monday 22 June 2020 to be considered for financial support.
Published 16 June 2020
Business Recovery Pack and Toolkit available for businesses across Wiltshire
The pack contains a round-up of government guidance and helpful tips
Published 15 June 2020
Time to renew your garden waste collections
Households that pay to receive garden waste collections will receive an email or letter this week inviting them to renew their subscription by 14 August. New customers can also sign up to receive this service.
Published 11 June 2020
Taxi drivers volunteer time to be community heroes during COVID-19
Throughout the COVID-19 situation Wiltshire Council has worked with a network of amazing volunteer and community groups across the county to provide vital support and services to people most in need.
Published 11 June 2020
New bin will help to combat fly-tipping in Warminster
Wiltshire Council has installed a new commercial-sized bin on George Street, Warminster, to help solve the issue of fly-tipping on this street.
Published 8 June 2020
New Discretionary Grant Scheme opens for applications
Wiltshire Council has launched its local Discretionary Grant scheme after receiving over £5.1 million of additional Government funding to support small businesses.
Published 4 June 2020
Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub hours set to change
Wiltshire Council will be changing the opening times of the Wiltshire Wellbeing Hub, from Sunday 7 June.
Published 3 June 2020
Fixed penalty for Royal Wootton Bassett fly-tipper
A man from Lyneham has been fined £400 after CCTV captured him leaving bin liners full of waste next to the recycling bins in Sainsbury's car park, Royal Wootton Bassett. The waste was deposited directly underneath a sign warning people not to fly-tip waste next to recycling bins, and advising them of the consequences of fly-tipping.