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Rewarding and Volunteers

A groundbreaking scheme that aims to give real rewards to community volunteers is about to be piloted in the Chippenham area by Conservative-led Wiltshire Council.

New Park in Larkhill

THE new Friendship Park in Larkhill is now officially open

Amesbury Museum Proposal

AMESBURY could have a new museum to help tell the story of its historic past after the town council proposed to buy Melor Hall.

Parking Charges Slashed for Christmas

Parking charges to be slashed over Christmas for shoppers , charities will get help for key workers supporting vulnerable people and Blue Badge holders.

Childrens voice is heard

Students from Sarum Academy, St Edmund’s, Stonehenge, St Joseph’s, Trafalgar and South Wilts schools took part in the event at the Guildhall on Friday to give Salisbury’s youth a voice.

Supporting Communities, creating jobs and protecting the countryside

An independent inspector has approved the Conservative-led Wiltshire Council’s strategy which will see controlled and appropriate development in the south of the county with a focus on creating jobs.

Conservative Policy to save Millions

Work on Trowbridge’s brand new library and the remodelling of County Hall has taken a big step forward

Conservative Council funds Leisure centre extention

Bemerton Heath COMMUNITY centre has thrown open the doors of a new £130,000 extension.

Amesbury Town Council votes to keep local community shop

AMESBURY’S community shop has been saved from the threat of closure after the town council agreed to pay its business rates.

Conservatives defend disabled parking

Plans to reform the blue badge disabled parking permit scheme have been criticised by Conservative controllled Wiltshire Council.

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