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Council continues on its carbon neutral journey

Following a pledge to be carbon neutral by 2030, and to support Wiltshire to do the same, Conservative led Wiltshire Council is working hard on a number of projects to make a difference.

100 Club Winner for February

The 100 Club monthly draw took place at a Coffee Morning held in Rowde on 15th February.  CONGRATULATIONS to Mr Norman Phillips whose number was picked out as the lucky winner for the month of February.

Braeside poised for a bright future as keys are handed over to new owners

A popular outdoor education venue will continue to welcome young people for fun and challenges as new owners have now taken over the site.

Conservative led Wiltshire Council has handed over the keys to the site to Classes Abroad, an outdoor education specialist based in Wiltshire.  

Youth Parliament Elections

Young people are being encouraged to have their say in the Youth Parliament Elections.

The Youth Parliament provides opportunities for 11 to 18 year olds to use their elected voice to bring about social change through meaningful representation and campaigning.

Parish stewards change focus to potholes

Wiltshire's army of parish stewards are focusing their energies on repairing potholes to combat the wet weather damage on Wiltshire's roads this month.

The 20 stewards work in local communities to carry out repairs and maintenance, based on the needs of the communities they serve.

Employers can find out latest on apprenticeships at free event

Photo: Wiltshire Council Apprentice Ben Atkinson

Employers are being invited to find out more about apprenticeships at a free business breakfast in February.

The event at Melksham Town Hall on 6 February is being held during National Apprenticeship Week from 3 9 February.

Flooding issues in Wiltshire

Due to heavy rainfall over the weekend, there are a number of areas in Wiltshire that have been issued with flood alerts.