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.
Conservative-led Wiltshire Council hosted an event to help young people in care find out more about their career and education options when they turn 16.
As part of the Local Government Boundary Commission for England consultation on the Wiltshire Council electoral review, Wiltshire councillors recently agreed draft proposals which detail what the divisional boundaries in the county could look like from 2021.
School children from across Wiltshire headed for County Hall, Trowbridge, to enjoy a peek into the future.
New affordable homes owned and managed by Wiltshire Council will soon be ready for occupation following the completion of a successful housing development in Trowbridge.
A bid for additional funds to create 49 new affordable rented council homes across Wiltshire has been endorsed by councillors.
Families in Melksham, Tidworth & Warminster community areas will have the chance to participate in 100 free activities and workshops this October & November as the Family Learning Festival returns to Wiltshire.