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Published 8 November 2022
Increased investment in white line painting improves highways throughout Wiltshire
Wiltshire Council is improving the safety and visual impact of its highways network thanks to increased investment into white line painting on roads throughout the county.
Published 8 November 2022
Find out about proposals to enhance the River Biss and improve public spaces in Trowbridge at public drop-in event
Proposed design options for enhancing the River Biss and improving public spaces in Trowbridge town centre are at the heart of the next public drop-in event to be held at Trowbridge Town Hall on Wednesday 16 November 2022.
Published 4 November 2022
Wiltshire Council's Dog Warden service recognised in the annual RSPCA PawPrint Awards
Wiltshire Council's Dog Warden service has received national recognition from the RSPCA.
Published 3 November 2022
Wiltshire Council uses government funding to respond to Ukraine housing needs
Wiltshire Council is using government funding to help secure homes for Ukraine nationals where host families can no longer provide a home for them and all other options have been explored.
Published 2 November 2022
Wiltshire Council partners with mental health text support service on National Stress Awareness Day
A new Wiltshire Council-commissioned partnership will provide critical timely support for anyone in Wiltshire struggling with their mental health.
Published 2 November 2022
Her Majesty The Queen's legacy lives on in Wiltshire as tree planting ceremony takes place
Tree planted at local school in Her late Majesty's name
Published 1 November 2022
Newly installed heat pumps at leisure centres helps council stay on track to be carbon neutral by 2030
New air source heat pumps have been installed at a number of Wiltshire Council leisure centres, one of which is one of the biggest in the country, meaning the facilities are now carbon neutral for all their energy use.
Published 1 November 2022
Wiltshire Council successful with dog microchipping prosecution
A Wiltshire man has been prosecuted by Wiltshire Council for not having an identification tag on a collar or a microchip registered for their dog.
Published 1 November 2022
Chippenham is the focus of local campaign to find more foster carers
Wiltshire Council is asking Chippenham residents to consider fostering as they campaign to recruit an additional 18 foster families in the area
Published 26 February 2021
Wiltshire Council pledges multi-million investment for Amesbury school
An ambitious project to create new teaching and sports facilities at a Wiltshire school has been given the green light after Wiltshire Council agreed to invest £3m into the scheme.

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