Swindon: it’s up to all of us to protect our NHS

  Coronavirus (COVID‑19) is spreading fast in Swindon. The Great Western Hospital (GWH) is today treating more COVID-19 patients than at any point in the pandemic so far. That’s over 120 coronavirus patients including those in intensive care. The GWH is battling with COVID-19 alongside all the existing 24/7 emergency health needs of our community,… read more

Council to provide support to vulnerable Swindon residents at risk of COVID-19

A package of support measures is in place for local people who have been identified by the NHS as clinically extremely vulnerable to coronavirus. Thousands of Swindon residents will receive a letter from the Government’s National Shielding Team over the coming days providing advice on what they should do during the current lockdown. Clinically extremely… read more

Swindon: It’s up to all of us – coronavirus update

The latest newsletter from Swindon Borough Council includes: An update on the situation in Swindon from Steve Madden, Director of Public Health The latest Government updates Advice on car sharingLocal testing available A survey about coronavirus You can read the newsletter by following the link below. Swindon Borough Council – It’s Up to All of… read more

Council brings Coate Water back to life with £400,000 investment

Swindon Borough Council has received more than £400,000 in developer contributions to make improvements at Coate Water Country Park. A country park improvement plan covering the whole town will be published in the coming months. The £424,000 funding pot, which has come from Section 106 funding associated with the Badbury park development, will be spent… read more