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Mon, 19 Feb 2018 11:37 by John Kay
The 2018 Pancake Race was held earlier today with entrants representing local organisations and businesses taking part.
The final result were:
1st: Steph Hill (Henlow Court)
2nd = Andy Markham (Old Spot), Rebekah Storey-Young (Henlow Court) & Roger Cowley (Dursley Lions)
The children's race was won by Jay Randall-Smith who proved Superman could run faster than a Lion.
A trophy donated by Dursley Business Inclusive, in memory of local volunteer Eileen Nichols, was awarded to Jay Randall-Smith for the Best Fancy Dress Costume who dressed as Superman. More »
The Town Council would like to thank all the runners who braved the cold wet weather for participating and the following organisations and businesses who supported the event: Daisy Belle Floral Design, Dursley Lions, Mel King (Festive Dursley) and to Classy Glass who very kindly donated trophies and medals for the race.
The proceeds of this year's race will be presented to Festival Dursley, for new Christmas lights in the town centre.
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Tue, 13 Feb 2018 12:43 by John Kay
Dursley Town Council has joined forces with environmental charity Keep Britain Tidy in a bid to reduce dog fouling in key problem areas in Dursley.
The campaign sets its sights on irresponsible dog owners, with recent research showing that dog walkers are more responsible and pick up after their dogs, when they think that they are being watched.
Last year Keep Britain Tidy conducted a campaign pilot, funded by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra), working with land managers across the country. This pilot saw an average reduction of 46% in the levels of dog fouling. More »
Feedback suggests that dog fouling tends to occur at night time and during the months with shorter days, as some dog owners feel that they can't be seen 'under the cover of darkness'. The 'We're watching you' series of signs are visible after dark, and use innovative cutting edge materials.
Mayor Neil Grecian said "We are thrilled to be working with Keep Britain Tidy, and being a part of such a cutting edge campaign. We hope that we will see the same results as the local authorities who have already signed up to the campaign."
The areas selected for signage are Highfields and Long Street, Dursley.
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Mon, 12 Feb 2018 12:57 by John Kay