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The Spring Edition of the Town Council's newsletter "Dursley Matters" is now available and has been delivered to every household in Dursley for the first time.
The newsletter accompanies a leaflet on 'Future Dursley' and the progress being made on the Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP). Everyone is invited to comment on the NDP so far by returning the NDP leaflet comment slip.
The Spring 2017 edition includes updates from the Highfield's Play Area's newly revamped BMX track and our plans for a Community Day on 29th May; information on the need for Community Speedwatch volunteers, a profile of Cllr Alex Stennett and much more. More »
If you live in Dursley and haven't yet received your copy through the door, then please contact us and we can email you a copy or you can view it on the website.
Mon, 24 Apr 2017 15:58 by John Kay
Our youth service partners are looking for some local volunteers to support out youth sessions at The Vibe Youth Centre. Since September 2015 The Door Youth Project have been providing several sessions a week for the young people of Dursley and the surrounding area. Our sessions are proving particularly with up to 60 young people attending some of the sessions.
Lizzie Hewlett, Service Delivery Administrator for The Door Youth Project said "we are looking for new volunteers to work in our mentoring, youthwork and parent support teams. We often have a lack of people available to work in the Dursley area and so it'd be great to have more people volunteering in that area". More »
If you are interested please contact The Door on 01453 756745 or email email@example.com » Less
Thu, 20 Apr 2017 10:03 by John Kay
A leaflet about 'Future Dursley' and the progress being made on the Neighbourhood Development Plan (NDP) is being delivered to every household in Dursley. Everyone is invited to comment on the draft plan.
The full draft plan can be viewed below online or as a hard copy at the town council offices or the library.
Please use this opportunity to tell us what you think by returning the NDP leaflet comment slip to the town council offices or by emailing your comments to: firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday 26th May 2017. Thank you. More »
Wed, 12 Apr 2017 10:58 by Anita Gambie