Why not set yourself the ultimate new year's resolution for 2018 by swimming the length of the River Thames at your local Wiltshire Council leisure centre?
With the year drawing to a close, Conservative-run Wiltshire Council's public health team has published its annual report highlighting the key role the team plays in promoting and protecting health and wellbeing.
Wiltshire Council, in partnership with local homeless charities Doorway in Chippenham, Breakthrough in Trowbridge, Alabare in Salisbury and Devizes Opendoors, has launched its Real Change Wiltshire campaign.
Following participation in the Great British Spring Clean campaign, Conservative-run Wiltshire Council has been shortlisted as a finalist in the Keep Britain Tidy Network Awards Local Authority Award category.
Carer Support Wiltshire has been awarded a new contract to support carers of all ages in Wiltshire.
Waste and recycling collection services are changing in summer 2018, and you can now sign up to get to email alerts about the future services.
Young people across Wiltshire have been given career advice away from the classroom as they watched a special drama, which was performed at 20 schools in the county.
Following the busy Christmas party season, Dry January is a great way to kick start the new year.
Wiltshire primary school children have achieved good grades for reading, writing and maths according to the latest government figures.
Wiltshire Council library members can now download eAudiobooks to their compatible devices, such as smartphones, tablets and computers, for free - perfect for those who are lucky enough to get a new device in their stocking this Christmas!