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.
Conservatives pledge investment in key services, infrastructure and economy as budget proposals for 2017/18 are published.
Keys for state-of-the-art facilities presented to Melksham rugby and football clubs by Conservative Wiltshire Council
Wiltshire Council hands over the keys for Melksham rugby and football clubs' new state-of-the-art facilities.
Refurbishment work to provide a new community centre in Malmesbury, which will be a focal point for the local area
Conservative Wiltshire Council has launched a £500,000 initiative to help prevent children going into care in the county