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Wiltshire young people are finding work

Latest figures show more of Wiltshire’s young people are succeeding in education, work or training and overall more people are in work in the county.

Work starts on Assize Courts

Wiltshire Council has agreed a series of measures with the owners Gatewell to protect the Assize Courts from the worst of the winter weather.

Funding granted for sports clubs in Wiltshire

Wiltshire Council launched the Return to Sport and Sports Stars projects in 2013 as part of its Legacy for Wiltshire programme which aims to help bring communities together, encourage people to keep active and healthy, and support future Olympians and Paralympians.

Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre 2014

The festive spirit is coming to Trowbridge, with the Wealth of Wiltshire Christmas Fayre giving you the opportunity to source many of your Christmas presents this year from local crafts people.

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Wiltshire ready for winter weather

Last winter may have been warm and wet, but Wiltshire Council is all geared up for cold weather over the coming months, with the county’s gritter fleet prepared for anything the winter may throw at us.

Council leaders agree care policy

People who have long-term social care needs will now have more freedom, choice and control after council leaders agreed to a new policy.

Investing in the future of Wiltshire Council campus programme

Conservative Wiltshire Council is investing nearly £80 million in local communities to provide improved facilities and services across the county.

Communities will enjoy modern, state-of-the-art facilities for years to come as over half of the council's exciting campus programme is delivered by 2017.

Guido Fawkes comes to Salisbury

Guido Fawkes comes to Salisbury for the Political Literary Dining Club on Thursday, 4 December 2014

Conservatives promoting healthy living course for children and families

Following a successful pilot in Trowbridge, there will now also be sessions Chippenham, Tidworth and Salisbury in the Spring and Summer terms a programme to help children aged seven to 11 stay healthy which was launched in September, has now been rolled out across the county.


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