Coronavirus – Wiltshire Council Community Support
Wiltshire Council are providing information and support for the community.
8 June 2020 – Household recycling centres – you can now book online
Online bookings have opened for trips to household recycling centres (HRCs), so people can now to book a visit to any of Wiltshire’s 10 HRCs, up to three days in advance. To find out more about the new booking system, please read our FAQs, or make a booking online.
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- Public Health Updates
- For latest updates visit Wiltshire News Home Page
- Cllr Whitehead’s latest update 9 July 2020
- Cllr Whithead’s latest update 2 July 2020
- Cllr Whiteheads latest update 16 June 2020
- Cllr Whitehead’s latest update 5 June 2020
- RWB & Cricklade Community Matters for news, events and information in our community area.
- Mental Health Support – Children, Young People and Adults – 23 April 2020
FOR LOCAL SUPPORT PLEASE VIEW OUR COVID-19 COMMUNITY SUPPORT PAGE.
Interactive map to help you find local COVID-19 support
Wiltshire Council has created an online interactive map that allows people to see what COVID-19 community support is available in their neighbourhood and throughout the county.
Wiltshire Council wishes to thank residents for their support and strongly urge people to please take the advice of the Government around social distancing measures to protect yourselves, your families and our communities across Wiltshire.
Cllr Philip Whitehead
Business Support and Grants
Wiltshire Council and Government are providing information and support for businesses.
Please look at the following links for further information:-
COVID-19 Business Re-opening Pack
We’ve launched a pack to help businesses re-open their premises as safely as possible and in line with government guidance. The pack includes a toolkit comprising social distancing floor spots and safety advice posters for businesses to use.
Latest Wiltshire Council Business news; 9 July 2020
Growth Hub Swindon & Wiltshire Local Economic Partnership (SWLEP)
Pick for Britain campaign
As you may have heard in Tuesday’s Downing Street press briefing, the Environment Secretary has launched a new ‘Pick for Britain’ website to address the fact that we are likely to only have about a third of our normal labour force for this year’s harvest.
As such, Britain’s horticultural sector needs to rely on British workers to lend a hand to help bring that harvest home. Opportunities are available across the UK for those seeking a second job, particularly those that are furloughed. Further information on how to find work or advertise job opportunities in Wiltshire can be found by clicking the following link https://bit.ly/Pick4Britain.