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Keep up to date on the latest news and advice from Public Health England. See the latest news on meetings to update the public on progress. Information on free parking and help for local businesses. Click here to keep up to date. www.wiltshire.gov.uk/salisbury-amesbury more

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Men’s Shed

“One million people aged over 65 are often or always lonely.” – AgeUK A shed is a place where people come together to learn and share DIY skills and carry out repairs and build things for the community such as benches, bird hides, nest boxes, etc. In a nutshell: A Men’s Shed provides a communal place ...more

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Wiltshire Council play areas to reopen

Wiltshire Council play areas to reop...

Wiltshire Council’s play areas will reopen from Saturday (4 July) and families are strongly advised to follow the social distancing measures in place to protect others and use the facilities safely. The following measures will be in place to keep people as safe as possible: If anyone in the household is displaying COVID-19 symptoms then do not visit People should ensure they are social distancing – if this isn’t possible because the ...more

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Wiltshire Council pillar 2 COVID-19 test data

Wiltshire Council pillar 2 COVID-19 ...

Wiltshire Council can confirm that as of 26 June, in the Wiltshire Council area there were 584 positive coronavirus tests confirmed through the Pillar 2 testing programme. From the beginning of the pandemic to 26 June 2020 Wiltshire has had a total of 550 confirmed cases of Covid-19 through the Pillar 1 testing programme (NHS and Public Health England) and a total of 584 cases confirmed through the Pillar 2 testing programme (commercial ...more

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Exciting plan for Salisbury’s people friendly streets to begin in the autumn

Exciting plan for Salisbury’s peop...

Wiltshire Council has announced an exciting and ambitious plan to prioritise walking and cycling in the centre of Salisbury. The People Friendly Salisbury project will see several streets in the centre of the city prioritised for walkers and cyclists between certain times of the day, with motorised access to these areas for certain vehicles only, including emergency vehicles, buses, taxis and tourist coaches, by removing through traffic ...more

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Public urged to play their part and act responsibly ahead of pubs reopening on Saturday 4 July

Public urged to play their part and ...

Wiltshire Council and Wiltshire Police have joined forces to remind residents to play their part and act responsibly when pubs reopen this weekend At the end of June, Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that pubs, restaurants, and hotels could reopen from 4 July. Several other businesses will also be allowed to reopen, such as barbers, hair salons and cinemas. Whilst this is a positive step forward in revitalising the economy and showing ...more

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Changes to Cabinet and Portfolio Holders help council to cut costs

Changes to Cabinet and Portfolio Hol...

Cllr Philip Whitehead, Leader of Wiltshire Council, has made changes to the council’s Cabinet and Portfolio Holders to align with the recovery structure now being put in place within Wiltshire Council following COVID-19. The changes, which begin today (1 July), will see Cllr Allison Bucknell step down from her Cabinet position and take up a new Portfolio Holder role for Communities, Arts, Heritage and Tourism. This will reduce the number ...more

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Council dismisses lockdown suggestions

Council dismisses lockdown suggestio...

Wiltshire Council has dismissed suggestions the county could be one of the next locations in the country to go into lockdown. Media reports today (30 June) had stated there had been a recent weekly increase of new cases in the county of 300%. However this actually equates to just an increase from one to four new cases. There are now 550 confirmed COVID-19 cases in the Wiltshire Council area, still comparatively low nationally, and the South ...more

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