The Summer Reading Challenge is back and for the first time ever, the challenge is being brought online. This summer young readers are being encouraged to join the Silly Squad, a colourful crew of fun-loving animals, and discover the joy of reading. To take part, children and their parents or guardians need to register online… read more
Click, Call and Collect service to start from tomorrow as Swindon Library Service begins to reopen A phased reopening of Swindon Borough Council-run libraries will start from tomorrow (Tuesday 14 July) as a Click, Call and Collect service is introduced at Central Library. The Council’s four other libraries will operate a similar service in two… read more
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Swindon Borough Council has been awarded more than £200,000 from the Government to make changes to the road network to make it easier for people to walk and cycle. The proposed road changes are to facilitate social distancing in Swindon as the local economy begins to recover from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Since… read more
Parents and carers whose children have reached their second birthday are being reminded to apply for free childcare by Swindon Borough Council. Locally in Swindon, approximately 736 children are entitled to 15 hours per week of funded childcare (also known as early education or preschool education) at a day nursery, pre-school, playgroup, or with a… read more
The Duchess of Cornwall joined members of Swindon Borough Council’s Live Well Hub this afternoon (6 July) to put the finishing touches to a landmark food parcel. Her Royal Highness visited the Council’s Civic Offices to meet staff and volunteers who have played a pivotal role in supporting residents across the Borough during the coronavirus… read more