For a fun-packed summer, Wiltshire is the place to be.
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.
Major refurbishment and repair works will be taking place at Tidworth Leisure Centre this summer so customers can continue to enjoy high-quality sports, leisure and library facilities.
Young offenders are working out ways to build a brighter future in a ground-breaking partnership with a Westbury gym. The Athlete Centre is working with the county's Youth Offending Team, which is a partnership including Conservative-led Wiltshire Council, to guide six teenagers who are on court orders through an eight-week gym course.
The new Vale Community Campus is on course to open its doors in the autumn. Wiltshire Council is building the £8.4m multi-purpose sports, health, wellbeing and community centre on the old Pewsey Sports Centre site.
Conservative-run Wiltshire Council has completed a consultation of public mobile library stops to help shape the service for the next two years.
Conservative-run Wiltshire Council has launched a brand new seated sports programme in Royal Wootton Bassett.
Why not set yourself the ultimate new year's resolution for 2018 by swimming the length of the River Thames at your local Wiltshire Council leisure centre?
Young people across Wiltshire have been given career advice away from the classroom as they watched a special drama, which was performed at 20 schools in the county.
Wiltshire Council library members can now download eAudiobooks to their compatible devices, such as smartphones, tablets and computers, for free - perfect for those who are lucky enough to get a new device in their stocking this Christmas!