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Office Closure: Monday 1st May 2017

Office Closure: Monday 1st May 2017

The Town Council office will close to the public at 3pm today (Friday) and will re-open on Tuesday 2nd May at 10am.

In the event of an emergency the contact details for the Town Councillors are available on our website.

Fri, 28 Apr 2017 11:31 by John Kay

Annual Meetings in May 2017

Annual Meetings in May 2017

The Town Council will soon be hosting the Annual Town Council meeting and the Annual Assembly of the Town.

The Annual Town Council meeting is effectively the Town Council's AGM; the agenda includes the appointment of the Mayor and Deputy Mayor for the next 12 months and as well as the normal Council business. Also to be confirmed is the membership of the Council's Committees, Working Groups and Council's representatives for other organisations. More »

This meeting will be held at 7pm on Tuesday 9th May in the Community Room, Dursley Fire Station, Kingshill Road.

The Annual Assembly meeting is a "meeting of the town" which is facilitated by the Town Council. This year's guest speaker is Martin Fagen, Secretary of The Community Heartbeat Trust.

This meeting provides the residents of the town the opportunity to raise matters of concern with the Mayor and Councillors from the Town, Stroud District and Gloucestershire County Council's.

Annual Reports from the Town Council and many of the Town's voluntary organisations will be available.

The winners of the 2017 Leslie D Gale awards will be announced by the Mayor.

This meeting will be held at 7pm on Tuesday 23rd May at the Walker Room, Community Centre, Rednock Drive, Dursley. Refreshments will be available after the meeting.

Both meetings are open to the public and we would welcome your attendance.

The agenda for the meetings will be available three full working days prior to the meetings on the Council's website and on Council notice boards. » Less

Wed, 26 Apr 2017 09:21 by John Kay

Dursley Matters: Spring 2017 Edition

Dursley Matters: Spring 2017 Edition

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