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Information from Amey Gloucestershire:
Where: Roseberry Road – see attached for details of the exact location
What: Road closure for carriageway resurfacing
When: 3rd – 7th April from 0730 to 1730 daily
On behalf of Gloucestershire County Council, Amey will shortly be resurfacing the road at the above location.
To ensure the safety of road users and our workforce, it will be necessary for Amey to close the road because of the road width and machinery that will be used. More »
We hope you understand that Amey will not be able to guarantee access for vehicles in or out of our work area except in emergencies. If you normally drive into or out of this area during the hours when the closure will be in place, we ask you to please make alternative arrangements. Please also avoid leaving parked vehicles on the road. Pedestrian access will be maintained throughout.
Thank you in advance for your patience and co-operation. If you have any queries please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions leaflet delivered with this letter, or contact us on 08000 514514 or email GCCHighways@amey.co.uk
Please contact Amey for additional information not the Town Council. » Less
Tue, 21 Mar 2017 09:50 by John Kay
With just over two weeks until the Seminar to explain how easy it is to use a defibrillator there are still some places remaining.
The seminar will be held on Saturday 1st April 2017 at 11am in the Dursley Methodist Church Meeting Room.
The Community Heartbeat Trust will be demonstrating the use of defibrillators and explaining how the equipment works and its benefits to the community in saving precious minutes in the treatment of sudden cardiac arrest. The more people that know how to use the portable defibrillator installed in the old telephone kiosk in Castle Street, the more chance there is of saving the life of a victim of Sudden Cardiac Arrest. More »
Everyone is welcome, and no special skills are required, just a willingness to play an important role in the event of a medical emergency.
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Fri, 17 Mar 2017 12:11 by John Kay
The date has been set for our Highfields Play Area Community Day, it will be held on Spring Bank Holiday Monday, 29th May 2017.
The event will start at 10am where we will be asking for community volunteers to help us carry out some routine maintenance jobs including painting equipment, repairing damaged fences and for those of you with green fingers their will be some planting jobs.
Afterwards we will host a barbeque as thank you to the volunteers and hopefully enjoy the sunny bank holiday weather! More »
The Community Day at Highfields Play Area has been selected as one of three local projects to receive funding from the Tesco Bags of Help scheme - funded from the 5p bag levy.
Please continue to vote for the project at local Tesco stores throughout March and April. » Less
Wed, 15 Mar 2017 09:40 by John Kay