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 is urging parents, children and young people to continue to follow social distancing guidance during the half term holidays.
Plenty of support remains available for residents during the lockdown.
Local partners working together to provide support during the pandemic, are warning residents and businesses not to fall victim to any COVID-19-related scams.
A number of Conservative led Wiltshire libraries will start reopening from today (Thursday 7 January) to offer 'order and collect' and bookable computer services.
Following today's Government announcement (23 December) Wiltshire remains in Tier 2: High alert.
In the run up to Christmas and New Year, Conservative led Wiltshire Council is encouraging licensed premises to act responsibly to keep everyone safe during the festivities.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council is reminding people to play their part in protecting each other against spreading COVID-19 by wearing a face covering where required.
If you're on a lower income and required to self-isolate because of COVID-19, you may be eligible for a support payment of £500.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council has launched its local COVID-19 contact tracing partnership, with the aim of contacting positive cases quickly and slowing the spread of the virus.