We provide a range of social networking sites and services. The following list provides information about our official social networking sites and presences. If you have any queries about the use of our online services or wish to report any concerns, please contact [email protected].

If you find any other social networking sites or presences which may claim to be provided by Warwickshire County Council, which do not appear on this page, they are not an officially approved council site and should not be taken to be representative of the council.

Twitter

Facebook

  • Warwickshire News – latest press releases from the Warwickshire News team.
  • Warwickshire Library and Information Service – helping you to find books, events and information in libraries near you.
  • WCC Jobs – latest Warwickshire County Council Jobs.
  • Warwickshire Museum – celebrating the archaeology, natural history, geology and social history of Warwickshire.
  • Stratford Park and Ride – the Stratford park and ride has free parking all day with buses every 10-15 minutes which go directly to Stratford Town Centre.
  • County Music service – we provide lots of opportunities for young people to come together and make music at our music centres by providing a whole range of activities such as bands, choirs and orchestras.
  • Warwickshire Family Information Service – information and updates from Warwickshire Family Information Service about events, news, support and resources for families, including parents of children with SEND.
  • Recycle for Warwickshire – Warwickshire recycling News
  • Rugby Communities – Information on  WCC Rugby Area Team
  • Warwickshire Registration Service – the official page for Warwickshire Registration Service, registering births, deaths, marriages and civil partnerships across the county.

Instagram

  • Warwickshire Registration Service – the official page for Warwickshire Registration Service, proudly delivering marriage and civil partnership ceremonies throughout Warwickshire.

YouTube

Social networking policy and advice

The growth of social networking services, such as blogs, discussion forums and wikis, is changing the way that public services think about engaging with citizens online.

It is important that where the council provides or is involved in social networking services, we act professionally and responsibly.

The following policies set out how all council representatives will be expected to act when using social networking services. The policies also set out how the council will act responsibly to promote the safety of everyone who uses social networking services as part of a council service.