Eight youth consultants who will provide a valuable link to young people and ensure their voices are heard, are being recruited on behalf of Conservative led Wiltshire Council by Community First.
More than 65,000 people celebrated Armed Forces Day National Event in Salisbury this weekend as the city paid tribute to the armed forces with a three-day spectacular.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council engineers are sharing their experiences of the workplace to encourage more women to take up the role.
A new multi-agency service which aims to keep adults safe by strengthening partnership working has been launched.
Volunteers from across Wiltshire were thanked for their contributions at a special event today (5 June).
Conservatives led Wiltshire Council launch National Lottery funded project to help people on a low income become active
A new project by Conservative led Wiltshire Council to help residents on a low income improve their health by becoming more active will be launched in Melksham this month.
A local Conservative led Wiltshire Council area board is pledging to go single-use-plastic free from now on. At the previous Malmesbury Area Board meeting, the board agreed to stop the use of disposable plastic hot drink cups at future meetings and associated events. Hot drinks will continue to be served at meetings but people are asked to bring their own reusable cup to use.
Recently published budget proposals for 2019/20 detailing how Wiltshire Council is planning for a growth in its services have been discussed by its cabinet.
Shoppers and visitors can enjoy the unique shops and attractions that Salisbury and Amesbury have to offer throughout early 2019, as free parking after 3pm and free park and ride have been extended until Easter 2019.
Annual savings of more than £1m a year are expected as Conservative-led Wiltshire Council agrees to invest in low-energy street lighting.