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  • Wiltshire Council Leader and Cabinet members announced

    By nhavergal at 13:08 on 14/05/13
    Following the Wiltshire Council Unitary, Town and Parish elections on Thursday, 2, May 2013, leader and cabinet members have been announced.  Jane Scott has been re-appointed as leader for Wiltshire Council  at a council meeting which was held today (Tuesday, 14, May 2013). Christine Crisp has been appointed chairman of the council and Roy While as vice-chairman. Jane Scott announced the following as cabinet members John...
  • Residents' time to vote in Wiltshire Council Elections

    By nhavergal at 12:12 on 02/05/13
    Today voters can go to their nearest polling stations to vote in the Wiltshire Council Unitary, Town and Parish elections.  Polling stations opened this morning at 7am and will be open until 10pm this evening.  Counting of the votes will begin tomorrow with the final results announced in the evening.  Six seats in Wiltshire have been left uncontested: Warminster West, Tidworth, Ludgershall and Perham Down, The Collingbou...
  • Candidates for Warminster Unitary Elections 2013 announced

    By nhavergal at 17:36 on 12/04/13
    Candidates for Warminster unitary seats have been selected. Elections will be held on Thursday, 2, May 2013. Here is the list of candidates running for election.  Warminster Broadway Matthew Brown- UK Independence  Keith Maurice Humphries- Conservative  Warminster Copheap and Wylye Charlotte Kirsten Mozley- UK Independence  Christopher Newbury- Conservative  Warminster East Freda Anderson- UK Independence&nbs...
  • Wiltshire Council: Bedroom tax to come into effect next month

    By nhavergal at 11:11 on 27/03/13
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    Wiltshire Council has announced the new government council tax reduction scheme will come into effect April 1, the beginning of the new tax year.  New rules under the Welfare Reform Act will see council tax benefits seized and will be replaced by a new CTR scheme. Through the new rules, some people may find a reduction in their housing benefit if they are considered to have too many bedrooms. The aim of these new rules is to...
  • Free swimming sessions for children over Easter

    By nhavergal at 14:25 on 21/03/13
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    The Easter break is coming upon us and Wiltshire Council are offering children free swimming sessions over the holidays. Children under the age of 16 will be given the opportunity to use their local swimming pool for free. The offer is open to normal public sessions as well as fun and feature sessions using inflatable assault courses. Membership is not required for a free swim and proof of age maybe requested before entering the...

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  • Warminster has a new Town Councillor

    By wp_alistair at 19:14 on 11/03/12
    George Jolley at the Old Town Hall in Warminster
    George Jolley has been elected uncontested as the new Warminster Town Councillor for the Warminster West ward. George Jolley, a Conservative candidate, has taken over the seat following death of former Kingown Teach Councillor Martin Baker, who died earlier this year. Mr Jolley is a well-known face around Warminster and has been actively involved with WETS (Warminster Environment Team Services) and also campaigning for the...
  • Warminster pub proposal supported by council 'in principle'

    By nhavergal at 15:10 on 06/02/13
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    A Warminster pub has put forward a proposal for a beer garden to Warminster Town Council which was discussed at the Planning Advisory Committee meeting on Monday.  The JD Wetherspoon pub Bath Arms proposed for a beer garden to be present at the pub as well as internal alterations and refurbishment improvements.  Members of the town council said they support the proposal 'in principle' however some concerns were raised about...

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