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Work is well underway to organise Dursley's Christmas Lights Switch-on Event, which will take place on Friday 25th November 2016.
The theme chosen by traders this year is Victorian. Everyone is welcome to dress up and help create a festive atmosphere in the town!
Dursley's Christmas Lights Working Group is busy making arrangements for stalls and late night shopping, children's entertainment, the shopfront competition, festive music and local choirs. Traders have been fundraising for the switch-on fireworks and WSP Solicitors have kindly agreed to sponsor the Christmas tree. More »
Children will be able to see Father Christmas and visit him in his Grotto located next to Wildwood Flowers (specially designed and made by the Peak Academy last year).
More information about the switch-on event and celebrity guest will be released in the coming weeks.
If you or someone you know would like a stall at the event, please contact Mike Doughty from Dursley Town Trust (email: firstname.lastname@example.org) or the Town Council office Tel: 01453 547758. » Less
Tue, 27 Sep 2016 15:10 by Leah Wellings
FINAL REMINDER that the Town Council are hosting a public meeting to discuss the proposed traffic signals at the Tilsdown/Dursley Road/Kingshill Road Roundabout Junction.
The meeting will be chaired by the Town Mayor and will commence at 18:30 on the 27th September 2016 in the Community Centre.
A representative from GCC Highways Development will be in attendance and will provide a short presentation on the reasoning behind this proposal followed by a question and answer session. More »
Representatives from the Town Council and Stroud District Council will also be in attendance.
It is vital that this meeting is well attended and that this will be your opportunity to show your concern over the proposed changes. » Less
Mon, 26 Sep 2016 13:11 by John Kay
Congratulations to the Dursley In Bloom committee who have achieved a Gold Award in the Small Town category in this years' Heart of England competition.
The Heart of England in Bloom Awards were presented on Thursday 15th September 2016 at Aldridge Parish Church Hall and members of the Dursley in Bloom committee were on hand to receive the award. The Town Council was represented by Mayor Neil Grecian. More »
The photograph shows Les Goodman, President of the Heart of England presenting the award to the members of the committee.
This is a magnificent achievement for the town and the hard work and effort made by the volunteers of the Durley in Bloom team. » Less
Mon, 19 Sep 2016 15:30 by John Kay