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A4135 Bull Pitch, Dursley - Road Closure 2nd-3rd September from 0730-1730 daily

A4135 Bull Pitch, Dursley - Road Closure 2nd-3rd September from 0730-1730 daily

Dursley Town Council have been notified by Gloucestershire County Council and Amey that the A4135 Bull Pitch will be closed for carriageway resurfacing from the 2nd to the 3rd September, 0730 to 1730 daily.

The notification states that Amey will not be able to guarantee access for vehicles in or out of the work area (solid red line on map shown) except in emergencies. If you normally drive into or out of this area during the hours when the closure will be in place, Amey ask you to please make alternative arrangements. Please also avoid leaving parked vehicles on the road. Pedestrian access will be maintained throughout. More »

For more information please contact Gloucestershire County Council on 0800 514514 or email GCCHighways@amey.co.uk . » Less

Fri, 18 Aug 2017 16:00 by Leah Wellings

Presentation for PCSO Joshua Griffiths

Presentation for PCSO Joshua Griffiths

On Monday 14th August the Deputy Mayor, Councillor Suzi Abraham, presented PCSO Joshua Griffiths with an award on behalf of the Town Council in recognition of his hard work and excellent service to the community of Dursley.

After nine and a half years with Dursley Police, he will be moving to continue his career in the Forest of Dean later this month.

The leaving event was held at Dursley Methodist Church and was attended by many of those in the community who know Joshua and have worked with him in the town over the years including local councillors, volunteers, traders and members of the public. More »

A special leaving card and gift had also been organised in the town and was presented on the day.

Joshua has worked closely with the Town Council on many community based initiatives for the benefit of the town including the successful Community Speedwatch Group and road safety campaigns with the local secondary and primary schools, he will be greatly missed.

The Deputy Mayor, Councillor Suzi Abraham said "it has been a pleasure having Josh serve our town, he has done so much good and has had a massive impact on the town. Josh will be a great loss to Dursley and will be missed by the community, we wish him every success in his new venture". » Less

Tue, 15 Aug 2017 10:30 by Leah Wellings

Police and Crime Commissioner: Plaque Presentation

Police and Crime Commissioner: Plaque Presentation

Representatives from Dursley Town Council and the Dursley Tabernacle URC welcomed Deputy Police Crime Commissioner, Chris Brierley to The Vibe Youth Centre on Friday 11th August. Chris presented Deputy Mayor Suzi Abraham, on behalf of the Town Council, with the Commissioner's Fund plaque.

The Vibe Youth Centre has benefitted from the Commissioner's Fund as grants were awarded in 2015 & 2016 for additional youth sessions. The Door Youth Project hosted Education & employment, Family Café and Student revision sessions with the funds received. More »

The Commissioners Plaque is the Police Crime Commissioner's way of recognising the invaluable work done by a number of projects within Gloucestershire.

The Vibe Youth Centre is available for private hires, please contact the Town Clerk to view or for further information. » Less

Fri, 11 Aug 2017 13:47 by John Kay