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Illegal Fly Tipping at Kingshill Play Park

Illegal Fly Tipping at Kingshill Play Park

It has been reported to the Town Council that fly-tipped materials have been dumped in the Kingshill Play Park twice in the last week. This antisocial and illegal behaviour is extremely costly to the Town Council who are required to dispose if the dumped material safely. This impacts the funding we have for improvements at our play parks across the town.

The fly-tipping has been reported to Stroud District Council and the local police. I would request anyone who has information on this matter please report it to the police by telephoning 101. More »

Stroud District Council provide a bulky uplift service for £15 (up to three items). To book a bulky waste collection please contact SDC's customer service centre on: 01453 754424 and paying with either a credit or debit card. Our customer services centre is open Monday to Thursday 8.45am to 5.00pm and Fridays 8.45am to 4.30pm.

Bulky Waste items can be taken direct to Pyke Quarry Recycling Centre, nr Horsley. The site is open every day (except Christmas Day and New Year's Day) from 9am until 6.15pm. » Less

Mon, 22 Aug 2016 13:00 by John Kay

Dursley Matters - Summer 2016 Edition

Dursley Matters - Summer 2016 Edition

The latest edition of Dursley Matters is available to download for the Town Council website today.

The summer issue includes an update on projects including the recent adoption of the Telephone Kiosk in Castle Street, the ongoing community works carried out by the Community Payback workforce, Dursley in Bloom and many more.

The latest information from the Neighbourhood Plan (Future Dursley) and The Vibe Youth Centre is available. More »

If you would like to subscribe to future editions of Dursley Matters please complete the electronic form within the Community - Dursley Matters section of the website.

Fri, 19 Aug 2016 13:00 by John Kay

Grant Funding 2016/16 - Two Weeks Remaining to Apply

Grant Funding 2016/16 - Two Weeks Remaining to Apply

Grant Funding 2016/17 - Two Weeks Remaining to Apply

Each year Dursley Town Council allocates an amount of money to support local organisations that specifically provide services to the residents of Dursley. Requests and applications for funding are welcome from all organisations that operate in the town.

Applications for the 2016/17 round of funding must be received before Wednesday 31st August 2016. More »

The Grant Policy and Application Forms are available to download from the town council website.

In 2015/16 over £30,000 was granted to 20 organisations.

This ranged between: £100 to Churches Together in Cam, Dursley & District towards the cost of providing a Christmas Lunch for those in need and £6,000 to the Dursley and District Community Centre towards general maintenance and refurbishment improvements.

The organisations estimated 8000 local people benefited from the grants awarded in 2015/16. » Less

Wed, 17 Aug 2016 09:29 by John Kay