Conservative led Wiltshire Council will continue to do all it can to support businesses in the county that may be affected by the new national restrictions.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council is here to support residents and businesses following the government's announcement of a new four-week period of national restrictions to help curb the spread of COVID-19.
Wiltshire's vulnerable children will benefit from free meals during October half-term after Conservative led Wiltshire Council agreed to ensure families struggling with food poverty in the county are supported.
A new drive to help people know how to spot the signs of a child in danger, and who to contact if they are concerned, is being launched across Wiltshire.
Five more libraries will reopen in Wiltshire over the next three weeks. These libraries will be fully reopened for people to browse for up to 30 minutes, to select and loan books and book a computer for up to 45 minutes.
Five steps to wellbeing - people reminded how to improve mental wellbeing on World Mental Health Day
People are being reminded of how they can take steps to improve their wellbeing for World Mental Health Day on 10 October.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council is launching the new Wiltshire Health Improvement Hub which will assist people who want to improve their health and mental wellbeing.
Wiltshire Police and Conservative led Wiltshire Council are joining forces to mark this year's Black History Month with a free online conference open to its employees and the public.
Wiltshire Council and our local Conservative team have been working hard to keep our communities safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. If there's anything we can do to support you or your family, please feel free to contact your local councillor.
Conservative led Wiltshire Council responds to yesterday's announcement from the government outlining a package of targeted measures to support businesses and jobs through the winter.