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Published 13 January 2022
Join us on Tuesday for a COVID-19 and 2022/23 budget public update
Join us for an online public webinar on 18 January at 5:30pm
Published 13 January 2022
Wiltshire Council successful with dog microchipping prosecution
A Wiltshire woman has been prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for not having an identification tag on a collar or a microchip registered for her dog.
Published 10 January 2022
Young people studying outside of the Wiltshire Council area can apply for youth council community seats
Young people can get involved in local decision making and have a say on funding for youth projects as part of a new democratic body being set up for Wiltshire.
Published 10 January 2022
Partial closures of Emery Gate car park in Chippenham to start in January 2022
Wiltshire Council will be temporarily closing areas within Emery Gate car park in Chippenham from 16 January 2022 until the end of July, to carry out essential structural works.
Published 7 January 2022
Wiltshire's Director of Public Health releases annual report 2020 to 2021
The Director of Public Health Report for 2020 to 2021 has now been published, and focuses on the impact of COVID-19 on Wiltshire communities
Published 7 January 2022
Just a few days left to apply for a primary school place
Wiltshire residents are being reminded that there are just a few days left to apply for primary school places for September 2022 entry, for children starting school for the first time.
Published 7 January 2022
Wiltshire Council looking to bring in new bus provider following route change
An alternative provider will run the Warminster to Salisbury route
Published 6 January 2022
Salisbury resident prosecuted for fly-tipping
The resident appeared at Salisbury Magistrates Court on Tuesday 4 January and pleaded guilty to the fly-tipping offence
Published 29 May 2020
Government gives green light for next stage in Wiltshire's special schools investment
Plans to invest in special school education moved a step forward today after Government officials gave the green light to a key part of the process to provide additional school places in north Wiltshire.
Published 29 May 2020
Measures being put in place to enable residents to travel and shop safely
Wiltshire Council is set to receive £227,000 of government funding to support the use of temporary and pop-up measures to create a safe environment for walking and cycling.

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