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Just over a month left to have your say on waste strategy

Just over a month left to have your say on waste strategy

      NEWS RELEASE You have just over a month left to help shape a ten year strategy on how Wiltshire Council collects and manages household waste and recycling. A consultation got underway last month to canvass your views to ensure the strategy is representative of your opinions and enables you to reduce, re-use and read more…

Tackling Domestic Abuse

Tackling Domestic Abuse

          Dear Neighbourhood Watch supporter, Tackling Domestic Abuse is a national priority for the Home Office, Police, Neighbourhood Watch and Crimestoppers. Neighbourhood Watch is working with Crimestoppers to raise awareness about domestic abuse and what our supporters and volunteers can do to help prevent and report it.  We would be grateful read more…

We will remember them

poppies

        The annual poppy appeal concert organised by the Royal British Legion takes place on Sunday 5th November this year, 3pm at the City Hall in Salisbury. This year, the concert is being recorded live for broadcast on Remembrance Sunday by Wiltshire Radio so, please come along and bring your voices to read more…

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…

Wiltshire Mind vacancy for a centre manager

mind

Wiltshire Mind provides 9 Support Groups across Wiltshire for people experiencing mental health issues. We are now seeking a Manager to facilitate groups which provide support to people with mental health issues. Previous experience of working in the mental health/care sector an advantage. Role: Manager for Devizes and Chippenham Mental Health Support Groups. Approximately 7 read more…