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The latest news from Wiltshire Council.
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Published 9 October 2020
Five steps to wellbeing - people reminded how to improve mental wellbeing on World Mental Health Day
People are being reminded of the Five Steps to Wellbeing for World Mental Health Day
Published 5 October 2020
New Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub to improve health and mental wellbeing
Wiltshire Council is launching the new Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub which will assist people who want to improve their health and mental wellbeing.
Published 28 July 2020
New crossing to improve road safety in Bradford on Avon
£60,000 is being invested
Published 2 July 2020
Exciting plan for Salisbury's people friendly streets to begin in the autumn
New plan announced
Published 2 July 2020
Wiltshire Council play areas to reopen
The play areas have been closed because of COVID-19
Published 1 July 2020
Wiltshire Council partners with TransWilts to improve Melksham station
Wiltshire Council has entered into a partnership with TransWilts Community Rail to improve facilities and the car park at Melksham station.
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.
Published 28 May 2020
Parking charges to be reintroduced at all Wiltshire Council car parks
Wiltshire Council will reintroduce parking charges at all car parks, and on residential and on-street parking areas in the county from Monday 1 June. All parking permits and season tickets will also restart from this date, and parking wardens will enforce any parking contraventions in the county.
Published 22 May 2020
Muslim communities urged to celebrate Eid safely at the end of Ramadan
As the holy month of Ramadan comes to a close this weekend (Saturday 23 to Sunday 24 May), Wiltshire and Swindon's Local Resilience Forum has issued an open letter to all Muslims in the county, reminding them of the social distancing rules still in place, despite the easing of the lockdown.