“Cleaner Air, Safer Streets” – a community forum on traffic and air quality on Wednesday 22 November, St Margaret’s Hall, Bradford on Avon at 6.30pm for 7pm.
Eleven schools in the Melksham area recently completed our Healthy Schools Programme and attended a celebration event at Manor School in the town to collect a special plaque marking their achievements.
A special Christmas Day lunch is again being held this year for people who might otherwise be alone.
Conservative-run Wiltshire Council has won a national environmental health award, following its work with partners to resolve a complicated domestic situation.
Wiltshire clubs and voluntary organisations can sign up to enjoy military sporting facilities across the south of the county as part of a special initiative between Conservative-run Wiltshire Council, and the Ministry of Defence (MOD).
The next Amesbury Area Board meeting will take place on 30th November at Antrobus House in Amesbury; 6.30 for refreshments for 7pm start.
The Devizes Community Hub and Library will host its second area board meeting on Monday evening from 6pm.
Conservative-run Wiltshire Council is reviewing the Wiltshire Core Strategy adopted in January 2015 which sets out policies for the future development of the county over the period to 2026 and is used in the determination of planning applications.
Thousands of children and their families have been participating in a host of activities, from creating bug homes to learning new cooking skills as part of Wiltshire's Family Learning Festival.
Employers were helping promote job opportunities and routes to employment for people with a disability at our first ever EmployAbility Fair in Trowbridge today.