Wiltshire Council is urging businesses and organisations in the county to submit plans for funding that will help Wiltshire communities to continue to thrive.
Pubs, cafes, bars, restaurants, snack bars and ice-cream parlours in Wiltshire can now apply to Conservative led Wiltshire Council for temporary pavement licences ahead of 12 April, the earliest date that outdoor hospitality venues can reopen to the public under Government plans to ease the current lockdown.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council will continue to do all it can to support businesses in the county that may be affected by the new national restrictions.
The closing date is Friday 28 August
Conservative led Wiltshire Council has opened applications for temporary pavement licences for premises for the sale of food or drink for consumption, which includes cafes, restaurants and pubs.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council is providing seven days a week support for local businesses affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
Businesses across Wiltshire are being asked to help support the local efforts in tackling COVID-19.