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.
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.
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?
With the year drawing to a close, Conservative-run Wiltshire Council's public health team has published its annual report highlighting the key role the team plays in promoting and protecting health and wellbeing.
Wiltshire Council, in partnership with local homeless charities Doorway in Chippenham, Breakthrough in Trowbridge, Alabare in Salisbury and Devizes Opendoors, has launched its Real Change Wiltshire campaign.
Following participation in the Great British Spring Clean campaign, Conservative-run Wiltshire Council has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Keep Britain Tidy Network Awards Local Authority Award category.