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The Annual Reports for Dursley Town Council, Councillors (GCC & SDC) and Community Groups are normally released at the town's Annual Assembly meeting in May.
Due to the current social distancing restrictions this year's Annual Assembly will not be held. However the annual report's are now available to view online.
Paper copies of the reports will be available in Dursley library and Jacob's House when current restrictions are relaxed. More »
The Town Council would like to thank the local community groups who provided a submission for this year's report. » Less
Posted: Fri, 15 May 2020 10:27 by John Kay
Following the Government's announcement on 10th May 2020, the tennis courts on the War Memorial Recreation Ground have reopened for public use today (Wed 13th May).
Due to the closure of The Pulse Leisure Centre the courts will remain unlocked and no key/deposit is required. This will be reviewed if there are any instances of anti-social behaviour on the courts.
Players must adhere to the government advice on playing tennis at this time; outdoor courts in England will be open for singles, but only for doubles if all four players are members of the same household. Social distancing (2m) must be adhered too at all times. More »
Advice on how to stay safe
Bring your own equipment - the minimum necessary - and only touch your own tennis balls.
Initial those balls, so you know which ones to serve with, and return ones which aren't yours with either your racquet or foot.
Avoid changing ends every couple of games, and bring a full water bottle and some hand sanitiser to the court with you.
Do not try to adjust the net. » Less
Posted: Wed, 13 May 2020 09:20 by John Kay
There are two vacancies on Council due the recent resignations of Cllrs Reynolds and Thirlwell.
The vacancies are for the Central and Highfields wards of the Council.
If you are interested in filling one of the vacant positions please contact the Town Clerk or any current Councillor to find out more about this important community role.
Posted: Thu, 07 May 2020 14:48 by John Kay