Cotswold Hares are coming to Dursley as part of Cotswold AONB's 2018 Hare Trail. The Town Council are pleased to confirm that currently seven hare sculptures will be located in Dursley.
A "large" five-foot hare sculpture called "Hareloom along the Cotswold Way" will be located under the Town Hall. This hare, the centre point of the trail in Dursley, has been kindly sponsored by housing developer St Modwen Homes; who are currently busy.. Read More »
Posted: Thu, 17 May 2018 14:00 by John Kay
The Annual Assembly is a "meeting of the town" which is facilitated by the Town Council. This year's guest speaker is Mr David Hagg, Chief Executive of Stroud District Council.
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.. Read More »
Posted: Wed, 16 May 2018 09:46 by John Kay
The Town Council has been notified by Gloucestershire County Council that Long Street is to be closed between 4th June and 16th September to allow for road realignment works to be completed.
This work will connect the new Littlecombe development to the existing road network and realign the Drake Lane/Long Street/Bymacks Lane/Lister Street (Victoria Close) junctions at the bottom of Long Street.
The.. Read More »
Posted: Tue, 15 May 2018 10:04 by John Kay
Gloucestershire County Council have informed the Town Council that Pyke Quarry Household Recycling Centre, near Horsley, will be temporarily closed from Monday June 4 to Friday 22 June inclusive. During the closure, the county council will be carrying out important improvement work at the site.
The work includes:-
· Changing the method used to compact some types of waste and recycling materials. A mobile.. Read More »
Posted: Mon, 14 May 2018 11:33 by John Kay
Dursley Town Council and members from Dursley Business Inclusive joined together last night (Thursday) to say thank-you to one of our longest serving Police Community Support Officers, Oli Clarke.
Oli has spent 5 years based in the Dursley Neighbourhood Police team and is moving on to the next step in his career with Gloucestershire Constabulary by starting a 18 week initial training programme to become a Police Constable.. Read More »
Posted: Fri, 11 May 2018 14:03 by John Kay
The Town Council hosted the Annual Meeting of Council last night (Tuesday) and the first order of business was to appoint a Mayor and Deputy Mayor. Cllr Neil Grecian was unanimously voted to continue as Mayor for a third civic year.
Following the decision by Cllr Suzi Abraham to step down as Deputy Mayor due to work commitments, I am pleased to report that Cllr Mandy Woodward was voted as the new Deputy Mayor.. Read More »
Posted: Wed, 09 May 2018 09:03 by John Kay
On Saturday 5th May; family, friends and former Council colleagues met at Twinberrow Woods to unveil a new memorial bench for our former Cllr Brian Marsh.
Brain sadly passed away in November 2016. The Councillors and his family agreed that he would like to be remembered in this way. Brian was vary passionate about preserving and looking after local woodlands.
The Deputy Mayor, Suzi Abraham thanked those.. Read More »
Posted: Tue, 08 May 2018 14:04 by John Kay
The latest edition of our quarterly newsletter is available to download from the Town Council's website.
This edition includes an update on town centre improvements and Future Dursley, information on the new 'Welcome to Dursley' information brochure and the 'We're Watching You' campaign to tackle dog fouling.
There is also information on the appointment of new district youth work staff and a savings club run by.. Read More »
Posted: Fri, 04 May 2018 15:00 by Leah Wellings
Dursley Town Council was represented in the recent London Marathon by two of our Councillors. Deputy Mayor Suzi Abraham and our newest Councillor, Adrian Whitwell were both competing in their first marathon.
Suzi represented the charity; Sense and raised over £2,100. Sense are a national disability charity that supports people with complex communication needs, including those who are deafblind, to be understood, connected.. Read More »
Posted: Wed, 02 May 2018 11:10 by John Kay
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.. Read More »
Posted: Mon, 23 Apr 2018 11:32 by John Kay