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A Special Evening with Boris Johnson

Come and meet the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson in Cirencester

Ann Widdecombe to Visit Wiltshire

 A Strictly Entertaining Evening with ANN WIDDECOMBE


Highway Investment

Conservative led Wiltshire Council has recently approved a major £52 million programme of investment in highway maintenance over the next six years which will see a significant improvement in the condition of the county’s highway network. Projects will be agreed by Area Boards. 

By-elections on 6 March

The result of the two by-elections on 6 March were both holds by the Conservatives. 

Area Board fights back against boy racers

Cllr Simon JccobsConservative led Devizes Area Board has given elderly residents in Devizes a grant of £1000 to help alleviate the problem of "boy racers". The money was ringfenced by Area Board Chairman, Councillor Simon Jacobs to pay for measures such as a barrier, which can be locked at night.  Gazette and Herald Article

Devizes School Mentoring Scheme

Devizes SchoolConservative led Devizes Area Board and Devizes School have launched a mentoring scheme to help sixth form students improve their work based skills and prospects of work.

Preparing for Emergencies

Preparing for EmergenciesThe new Wiltshire and Swindon Local Resilience Forum website is now live and offers valuable advice for families and businesses on how to be better prepared for emergencies.  The site also includes a Kids Zone and the informative Are you Ready? booklet.

Wiltshire Council Elections 2013

Conservatives retained control of Wiltshire Council winning 58 seats. The Liberal Democrats took 27 seats, Independents 7, Labour 4 and UKIP only one. The Devizes Guardians lost all three seats to the Conservatives.  Click here for more detail


Wiltshire Conservatives Manifesto

The Wiltshire Conservative 2013 Manifesto is now available for download at the link below.

Wiltshire Conservatives Manifesto 2013

Conservative Wiltshire Council freezes council tax for a fourth successive year as balanced budget is passed

Wiltshire Liberal Democrat Councillors do not support a Council Tax freeze as Conservative Councillors vote for a fourth year of Council Tax Freeze and a balanced budget.

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