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Wiltshire Council, under the leadership of the Conservatives, has been named the best council in Britain to work for, according to one of the fastest growing jobs and recruiting sites.
Conservative Wiltshire Council agrees budget prioritising vital frontline services and investing in key areas
The Conservatives on Wiltshire Council today agreed a budget which will prioritise vital frontline services and continue investment into key areas despite reductions in government funding. The Liberal Democrat opposition voted against the budget proposals – without offering an alternative.
Conservative Wiltshire Council delivers a successful official opening event for Springfield Community Campus
Paralympian swimmer Stephanie Millward MBE was guest of honour at the official opening event for Springfield Community Campus yesterday (16 February 2017).
The Conservative administration of Wiltshire Council delivered yet another community building as a new community centre in Malmesbury was officially opened today and is already proving to be a hit with local residents.
Journeys to school should be safer than ever as schools in Wiltshire are being encouraged to apply for 20 mph zones outside their property.
Melksham’s new £7.3m state-of-the-art grassroots sports hub was officially opened yesterday (Monday, 13 February) by the Conservative Leader of Wiltshire Council, Melksham FC and Melksham RFC.
A series of amendments to Wiltshire Council's proposed budget were announced by Wiltshire Council leader Baroness Scott of Bybrook OBE, at today's (7 February) cabinet meeting, which if agreed, will see £375,000 invested to improve the following services.
A £93m three year capital investment programme to create sufficient school places for Wiltshire pupils up to 2020 is on course, according to a report to council leaders.
A £93m three year capital investment programme to create sufficient school places for Wiltshire pupils up to 2020 is on course, according to a report delivered to Conservative leaders of Wiltshire Council.