Conservative led Wiltshire Council has taken a significant step forward by welcoming the first of a team of virtual assistants (VAs) to its workforce. The VA team will complete high volume, repetitive but critical tasks to free up staff time so they can focus on activities that really make a difference to residents and the council.
"Children increasingly receive the help and support they need from the right people at the right time." That's the verdict of Ofsted inspectors who visited Conservative led Wiltshire Council recently to review children's social care services.
Discussions on the future role of Devizes Market Place to ensure it becomes a community focal point to bring the local area together are ongoing with Devizes Town Council and residents.
A number of assets and services will be transferred to Pewsey Parish Council to be run locally after a decision at a cabinet meeting today (2 July 2019).
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.
Pupils at a south Wiltshire secondary school had the opportunity to meet Royalty and show off their new school extension.
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.
Views are being sought on a strategy which sets out how people's health and wellbeing will be supported in Wiltshire, giving them the best opportunities to thrive.