Due to the current COVID19 situation this Army HIVE is closed but our staff continue to work from home and are available during office hours to answer your queries by email. Please do not try to phone us. If you want to ensure that you receive the very latest information including official Army COVID19 advice and guidance to Serving Personnel and their Families, please sign up using the ‘Follow by Email’ link. We abide by the Data Protection Act and you can withdraw your permission to receive our emails at any time by using the unsubscribe link found at the bottom of every update email you receive.


Thursday, 29 October 2020

Book Ahead And Stand Out From The Crowd

Wiltshire Council is encouraging residents to book their taxi home in advance of going out in the evening to avoid groups of people congregating in taxi areas or queuing at taxi ranks.

As a result of the 10pm curfew for hospitality venues, more people are leaving venues at the same time creating more demand for taxis and larger groups at taxi areas, which could lead to a higher risk of transmission of COVID-19. 

By booking in advance and avoiding the queue, residents can protect themselves and others - reducing the time they are in closer proximity to others and helping everyone to continue their normal activities in the safest way possible.

Salisbury Reds Launch Ticket Consultation

Salisbury Reds have launched a 10-minute ticketing consultation survey which asks about your prior, current and future travel habits to help us better tailor our catalogue of ticket products going forward.

Please click HERE to take the survey

Wiltshire Council Hosting COVID-19 Public Update - Live

Wiltshire Council are hosting a live public COVID-19 update on Tues 3 Nov at 5pm.

The online broadcast will feature Wiltshire Council Leader, Philip Whitehead, Chief Executive, Terence Herbert and Director of Public Health for Wiltshire, Kate Blackburn.

They will be providing an update on the latest number of positive cases and the rate of COVID-19 cases in Wiltshire, and the arrangements in place to mitigate the spread of the virus. There will also be details on how schools, care homes and council services are responding to the situation and planning for the coming weeks.

You can submit your questions about COVID-19 and the local response in advance by emailing communications@wiltshire.gov.uk, no later than 5pm on Sunday 1 November.

For more information please click HERE 

Vacancies - Drivers


Wednesday, 28 October 2020

HIVE Stories - Facebook

Meet the Team

As part of a series of staff stories from HIVE, we are sharing a number of stories in the coming weeks on our Army HIVE Facebook page at the link below. Each story provides a personal account of working for HIVE, feeling empowered and delivering a the HIVE service to our customers across the UK and overseas.

To read the latest story please click HERE


Directed Letter - Are You And Your Family Due To Be Posted Overseas?

Is your family due to be posted overseas? Your soldier could now choose to serve involuntary separated due to COVID-19. For more info read the letter below

To read the full letter please click HERE


Delays In SFA Compensation Payments

Delays are being experienced in processing claims for SFA Missed Appointments and Move In failures. This is due to the constraints caused by the Covid-19 pandemic and has been compounded by the voucher provider being unable to issue vouchers during the lockdown period.
We are working hard to return to normal processing times and have seconded additional staff to assist in this.
Please be assured that all claims will be reviewed, and individuals will receive notification of the outcome in due course.
We apologise for the inconvenience caused and thank you for your continued patience.


Top Tips For Pumpkin Carving

Top tips for pumpkin carving from the National Trust.

Celebrating the spooky season doesn't have to be scary for the environment. From collecting natural materials, to creating a striking window display with pumpkins and using the leftovers in a delicious recipe, there are lots of ways to have a waste-free Halloween.

Please click HERE to see some top tips


Wiltshire Mental Health Open Forum - Via Zoom

Join Healthwatch Wiltshire and Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust (AWP). 

 Wiltshire Mental Health Open Forum - held on the first Wednesday of every month between 2pm and 4pm. The forum is online via Zoom. 

It provides a unique opportunity for people with mental health challenges to have “a direct voice” and feedback experiences about Wiltshire’s Mental Health Service provision.

Please click HERE for more information


Community Information Champions - Share Experiences And Skills

A new Community Organising project which aims to support and train a network of local people to provide signposting to health, wellbeing and care information, services and interventions, or help people to understand where to go for benefits and debt advice.

Please click HERE for further information