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Parking charges consultation now live

Parking charges consultation now live

          Local people are being asked to have their say on the options to review car parking charges in Wiltshire to help safeguard public transport and other services, with a consultation now underway. Bridget Wayman, cabinet member for highways and transport, said: “We don’t want to increase parking charges, however the read more…

Parking charges consultation

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The Council continues to face significant financial challenges as a result of reduced funding from central government and an increasing demand on front line services. To meet these challenges there has been a need to look at all council services and to consider where further efficiencies can be made and / or where there is read more…

FREE Funding Advice Sessions

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20th November, Trowbridge 09:30 – 16:30 GMT Wiltshire Council Atrium County Hall Trowbridge BA14 8JN One to one advice sessions available to book with Grants Manager Jane Butler around funding and governance for your organisation. Book online here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/funding-and-governance-advice-sessions-trowbridge-tickets-36716786898?utm_campaign=8675936_Funding+News+Oct+2017&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Community+Foundation+for+Wiltshire+and+Swindon&dm_i=1Z6Y%2C55YE8%2CDWFCBC%2CJUEL0%2C1  

DEMENTIA-FRIENDLY CAKE CONCERT FEATURING THE BSO TEATIME TRIO

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Friday 27 October at 1pm Owain Bailey flute, Kate Keats cello, Eluned Pierce harp Following a brilliantly popular Cake Concert earlier this year, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra’s Teatime Trio return for afternoon tea and a concert of music from the Baroque period to the present day. This event is designed for people living with Dementia and read more…

Residents urged to help #CleanUpWilts

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The launch of Wiltshire Council’s county-wide litter campaign was celebrated with a photocall at County Hall in front of the #CleanUpWilts branded plinth. The campaign, aims to reduce the £2.5million bill taxpayers currently pay to clean up litter thrown by people in Wiltshire, is now well under way, with residents urged to play their part in read more…