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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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People’s views sought on plans to ...

Wiltshire Council is seeking the views of residents and library users to help with its planning for reopening library services safely in the county during the COVID-19 pandemic. The library service in Wiltshire was temporarily closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic on 20 March. The existing eBooks, eMagazines and eAudio service ...more

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Link Driver Volunteers Needed

Community First are the governing body for the 43 Link schemes that run throughout Wiltshire. As I am sure you know Link Schemes are voluntary groups which offer a transport and good neighbour service to local people who are in need, perhaps because they are elderly, disabled, isolated and lonely, single parents, or perhaps ...more

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Wiltshire Council working together to mitigate financial challenges

Wiltshire Council working together t...

Wiltshire Council is working hard to mitigate the financial risk brought on by the ongoing COVID-19 crisis. Despite national reports hinting at the contrary, Wiltshire Council is confident that there will be no need to issue a section 114 notice, which is a process that sees a council’s Director of Finance warning that the council’s budget will be unbalanced and exhaust all available funding by the end of the financial year. Like all ...more

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Council shows its support for the Ar...

A small number of people from the Armed Forces and Wiltshire Council came together for a socially distanced get together to mark Armed Forces Day.  Armed Forces Day, which took place on 27 June, is a chance for people to show their support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces Community.  In attendance at ...more

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COVID-19 honours nomination form

You can use this form https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid-19-honours-nomination-form to nominate someone who lives in the UK for a national honour for their contribution to the response to the coronavirus crisis. This contribution could include: frontline work supporting the most vulnerable members ...more

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Funding awarded for first phase of walking and cycling projects

Funding awarded for first phase of w...

Wiltshire Council has received confirmation of £227,000 funding from the Department for Transport (DfT) to progress the first five road reallocation schemes in the county. The five schemes, in Salisbury, Bradford on Avon, Purton, Trowbridge, and Chippenham, are based on existing bus routes and will link the city and town centres with homes and places of work on the edges of the city and towns. They will make it easier and safer for pedestrians ...more

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