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  • Members of Team #EPIC, our volunteer staff engagement group, collaborated with FM and Wiltshire College on Monday to kick start a new initiative to brighten up the flowerbeds. They will be returning next week to focus on other beds making them beautiful and wildlife friendly, and when the September term starts will work on the large bed outside the main entrance.
    Amazing! They're looking great! :) #LoveWhereYouWork #WeAreWilts

  • Today is Wiltshire Day! Today we celebrate the history and heritage, amazing countryside and wonderful people of Wiltshire...we're lucky to live and work in such an incredible place!
    #LoveWhereYouWork #WeAreWilts #WiltshireDay

  • Whether it's cutting back on single use plastics, eating sustainably or recycling whenever and wherever you can, it's important to do your bit to look after the environment �� #WorldEnvironmentDay #LoveWhereYouWork #WiltshireFacts

  • We're lucky enough to have Tai Chi sessions available on Tuesday mornings'! This morning started with some flow...alfresco style.

  • Sara and Bella tell us about what it's like to be an apprentice at Wiltshire Council, microblogging their journey throughout their apprenticeship. #LoveWhereYouWork #WeAreWilts #WiltsApprentice

    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ6cp

  • Great Team Day for HR&OD last week! This year the theme was based around communities (and our roles within them) and employee engagement.

  • This morning was the launch of the first Tai Chi session at County Hall organised by our staff engagement group #EPIC. �� Do you chia tea or Tai Chi in the morning? #LoveWhereYouWork

  • Happy Valentine's Day! We hope you're having a great one, we went dashing around the office to ask people what they love about working at Wiltshire Council, and there's a lot of love going around ��

    http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ72E

  • Really great turn out for our flag raising to mark LGBT History month supported by councillors, staff and our LGBT Champions with an exhibition in the Atrium, County Hall raising awareness around this year's theme: geography

    Rainbow flag raised by Wiltshire Council for LGBT history month

    A RAINBOW flag was hoisted up the mast at County Hall in Trowbridge on Thursday (February 1) to mark the start of LGBT History Month. Wiltshire Council Chairman Allison Bucknell raised the flag, along with staff and members of the LGBT forum attending the ceremony at 9.30am.

  • Wiltshire Council supporting the Year of Engineering 2018 and exceeding the national average too with 25% of its engineers being women compared to 8% nationally http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQUFM

    News - Year of Engineering - News - Wiltshire Council

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