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Dursley Town Council is pleased to announce that a new CCTV system is now up and running in the town centre to help combat crime and anti-social behaviour.
The new system, commissioned by the Town Council, provides quality, high definition images and is in addition to the existing Stroud CCTV system that has been operating in the town for many years.
The position of the 12 new cameras has been agreed following consultation with the local Police team and security consultants, Redhand, and provides wider coverage of the town centre. More »
The system also provides coverage of the War Memorial Recreation Ground and will include the new Long Street Car Park when it opens later this year.
The Mayor of Dursley Councillor Grecian said "CCTV is something that the Council has been considering for some time. We hope that the new Town Council system will provide the Police with greater assistance and wider coverage of the town centre which sadly has often been the focus for anti-social behaviour and acts of vandalism".
Speaking on behalf of Dursley Business Inclusive, Suzi Abraham, Chair of the group, said "we are delighted with the installation of the new CCTV system and are more confident that our businesses are now protected should there be any further anti-social behaviour in the town centre. We would like to thank Dursley Town Council for the system".
For further details about the management, operation and use of the new CCTV system please see a copy of the Council's CCTV Policy and Code of Practice, available online at www.dursleytowncouncil.gov.uk or from the Council Office, Jacob's House, Castle Street, Dursley.
Wed, 15 Aug 2018 16:00 by Leah Wellings
Grant Funding 2018/19
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 2018/19 round of funding must be received before Friday 31st August 2018.
The Grant Policy and Application Forms are available to download from the town council website. More »
In 2017/18 nearly £37,000 was granted to 24 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 £7,000 to the Dursley and District Community Centre towards general maintenance and refurbishment improvements. » Less
Wed, 01 Aug 2018 10:24 by John Kay
Now the school summer holidays are here, it's a perfect time for the young people to complete Dursley Mini Hare Trail
The free to enter challenge is to find all 8 hares in Dursley and record the name of the hare and the unique code – this information is displayed on nearby posters near where the hare is situated.
Entry Forms are available in the Town Council office, some host venues or you can download it from the Town Council website. More »
All entries should be returned to the Town Council by email or post. Each correct entry will receive a special signed mayoral certificate. Entry Forms are available in the Town Council office, some host venues and on the Town Council website.
The Hare Trial would not be possible without the help from local businesses and other organisations, including both Gloucestershire County Council and Stroud District Council.
The Town Council would like to thank the management and staff of the following businesses and organisations whom have agreed to sponsor and/or host a hare: St Modwen Homes, Ashen Plains Campsite, Kingshill House, Futura Foods, Hunters Estate Agent, Dursley Town Trust, The Pulse Leisure Centre, Dursley Library, Dursley Lions and B Walker Ltd. » Less
Mon, 30 Jul 2018 13:03 by John Kay