Conservative Wiltshire Council takes the lead with the County effort in the Great British Spring Clean
Conservative Wiltshire Council agrees continued investment in key services, infrastructure and economy
Conservative run Wiltshire Council has passed Budget proposals for 2018/19 detailing how we will continue to deliver vital frontline services and invest in key areas have been agreed by councillors today (20 February 2018). The decision means the almost £1 billion spent each year on more than 350 services, is aligned to our key priorities; to protect those who are most vulnerable, grow the local economy and strengthen communities.
The creation of 60 state-of-the-art extra care homes in Amesbury moved a step closer this month as the roof nears completion, with all work expected to be finished by July this year.
Conservative Wiltshire Council leader Baroness Scott of Bybrook OBE has been named as one of the most influential people who work within the public sector.
Five new bungalows designed to house older people in rural locations are being built in Corsley Heath.
Conservative-run Wiltshire Council has completed a consultation of public mobile library stops to help shape the service for the next two years.
A special tour to view the progress on the Army Basing Programme (ABP) was arranged for Wiltshire Council leaders this week.
More than 100 people packed into Amesbury Area Board's first community awards on 18 January to recognise people who have gone above and beyond to help their communities.
A service which helps parents and carers gain qualifications and skills while supporting their children's learning is moving in the right direction according to the latest Ofsted report.
Salisbury's Young Gallery is currently hosting Portrait of the Artist: Käthe Kollwitz, a British Museum and Ikon partnership exhibition, and many people attended a celebration reception event on Friday (12 January).