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Arts and Culture

Culture Swindon

Business

Town Centre, Licences, Business Rates

Community and Living

Voluntary Groups, Community Safety, Grants

Council and Democracy

Consultations, Scrutiny, Performance, Policies

Education and Learning

Schools, Colleges, Universities, Training

Environment

Food Hygiene, Street Cleaning, Recycling

Health and Social Care

Carers, CYPSP, Disability, Families, Children, Over 50s

Housing

Council Tax, Council Housing, Repairs, Sheltered Homes

Jobs & Careers

Recruitment News, and Council Vacancies

Leisure and Sport

Leisure Centres, Parks and Sporting Facilities

Transport & Streets

Car Parks, Cycling, Buses, Footpaths

Visiting Swindon

Tourist Attractions, Places to Stay, Shops

General Enquiries

Swindon Borough Council
Civic Offices
Euclid Street
Swindon
SN1 2JH

Telephone:

01793 445500

Minicom:

01793 436659

Comments & Complaints

Giving us your feedback

Environment

Food Hygiene, Street Cleaning, Recycling

Countryside sceneSwindon Borough Council takes its commitment to the environment very seriously.

Through Local Agenda 21, we are pioneering a responsible attitude to the whole question of the sustainability of our planet.

Following the principles laid down at the Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, the Council honours the pledge to protect the environment and improve society. These principles are carried through in every aspect of the workings of the Council, but this section of the website highlights those areas where their influence is most direct.

Included here are sections specifically relating to animal welfare, the protection of the environment and the mechanisms associated with planning and development - all the areas where concern for the environment is the fundamental consideration.

Christmas Guide 2009

Your Essential Guide to Christmas and New Year
Holiday opening times, waste and recycling dates, events, activities, advice and much more...

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