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Published 20 June 2022
Volunteers needed to help families in crisis
Wiltshire Council has a number of volunteer roles which are there for children, young people and parents when facing difficult challenges or at a crisis point in their lives.
Published 20 June 2022
Annual canvass process set to start in Wiltshire
Wiltshire Council is starting its annual process of ensuring the county's electoral register is up to date.
Published 18 June 2022
Devizes Gateway station moves to next stage after Department for Transport announcement
Wiltshire Council has welcomed the news that the Devizes Gateway station project is to be developed further, thanks to an announcement by the Department for Transport (DfT).
Published 17 June 2022
COVID-19 Pop-up Vaccination clinics
Wiltshire Council is continuing to work with the NHS COVID-19 Vaccination Service to deliver Pop-Up vaccination clinics for people to receive their first, second or booster dose of vaccine.
Published 17 June 2022
Successful outcome for Wiltshire Council in Future Chippenham judicial review
Wiltshire Council has been successful in defending a challenge against the decision making and consultation for the Future Chippenham programme, a proposed residential development to the south of the town.
Published 17 June 2022
Council provides update on City Hall as it continues to plan for its future
An update was heard at Salisbury Area Board
Published 16 June 2022
Wiltshire pledges commitment to working together with its Armed Forces at covenant signing
The reaffirmation of the covenant recognises the service of people in the Armed Forces
Published 15 June 2022
Cabinet to consider new programme to invest in Wiltshire's high streets
Wiltshire Council's Cabinet will consider a new investment and regeneration plan for high streets in all 18 Wiltshire towns and its city, Salisbury, plus three large villages, Pewsey, Tisbury and Downton.
Published 14 June 2022
Melksham resident prosecuted for fly-tipping offences
A Melksham resident has been successfully prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for environmental and trading standards offences whilst operating a waste clearance service on Facebook selling sites across Wiltshire.
Published 14 June 2022
Wiltshire Council investing £600,000 to repair Culver Street car park in Salisbury
Repairs will be carried out from 18 June

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