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Libraries are a success in Wiltshire

Wiltshire libraries enjoyed a successful Libraries Week (9-14 October), with people attending author talks, displays from the archives, a sci-fi and fantasy day, children's activities, and an official opening celebration in Devizes.

Residents urged to help #CleanUpWilts

The launch of Wiltshire Council's county-wide litter campaign was celebrated with a photo call at County Hall in front of the #CleanUpWilts branded plinth.

Activities are planned as Libraries Week returns to Wiltshire on 9-14 October.

During the week, Wiltshire Council libraries will be offering a series of free activities and promotions celebrating and highlighting some of the many services they provide, alongside the regular activities and services, including rhyme times, reading groups, health trainer sessions, memory group

North Korea Expained

On Friday, 14th September, Westminster City Councillor, JP Floru spoke to the Salisbury Political Literary Dining Club at the Red Lion Hotel.

Conservatives Balance the Books

Conservative-controlled Wiltshire Council is predicting it will deliver a balanced budget at the end of the year, following the introduction of a number of financial measures.

Have your say on new mobile library timetables

Have your say on new mobile library timetables

Every two years, we review our public mobile library stops to ensure the service is operating efficiently and we're reaching the communities where it is most needed.

Cllr Darren Henry (Portfolio Member for Libraries) says:

Street drinking and Antisocial Behaviour

Salisbury City Councillors, Sven Hocking and Jo Brook have recently ran a very successful initiative to reduce the high levels of street drinking and the resultant anti-social behaviour in the City Centre.