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Dursley Summer Festival will take place on Saturday 13 July 2019 between 9:00am -2:00pm in the Town Centre.
The Festive Dursley group have been busy organising the event this year with Dursley Town Council.
Attractions include a
-Display and parade of Classic Cars
- Stalls in Parsonage Street
- Magicians and Face painters
- Music from Rednock Swing Bank
- Games on St James Church Green
- Children's Trail
- Old films and exhibits on Display in the Town Hall
- Jacob's House and the Heritage Centre will be open-'Best of British' window display competition and much more...
Posted: Wed, 19 Jun 2019 15:04 by John Kay
The Dursley Town shops, businesses and traders are taking part in a campaign to support local independent businesses.
The JUST A CARD campaign aims to encourage people to buy from Designer/Makers and Independent Galleries and Shops by reinforcing the message that all purchases, however small, even 'just a card' are so vital to the prosperity and survival of small businesses.
The campaign came about when Artist & Designer Sarah Hamilton saw the quote "If everyone who'd complimented our beautiful gallery had bought 'just a card' we'd still be open" by store keepers who'd recently closed their gallery. This prompted a call to action! More »
Jayne Perrett and Eve Squire are photographed at the Dursley launch of the campaign. » Less
Posted: Mon, 17 Jun 2019 09:18 by John Kay
DURSLEY TOWN COUNCIL
NOTICE UNDER LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACT, 1972 (Section 87(2))
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a casual vacancy has occurred in the office of Councillor for the Highfields Ward of the Town Council of Dursley following the resignation on 4th June 2019 of Councillor Tom Arnold.
Rule 5(6) of The Local Elections (Parishes and Communities) (England and Wales) Rules, 2006 now applies.
The casual vacancy in the office of town councillor has occurred within six months before the date on which the present councillors will retire. No election will be held to fill a casual vacancy that occurs within this period. However, the parish council may co-opt a person to fill the vacancy. More »
This notice is dated 12th day of June 2019. » Less
Posted: Wed, 12 Jun 2019 08:49 by John Kay