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As part of this year's Summer Festival on Saturday 13th July; the Town Council's office "Jacob's House" will be open to the public from 10am.
Both Councillors and Staff will be available to answer any questions you have about Dursley Town Council.
Visitors will be able to submit their suggestions on how they "would improve Dursley" and it will be an opportunity for any interested person to find out about becoming a Councillor. We currently have three vacancies on the Council. More »
We look forward to seeing you. » Less
Posted: Fri, 12 Jul 2019 11:38 by John Kay
The Heart of England In Bloom judges will visit Dursley tomorrow (10th July 2019) and will be greeted by Penny Hyde, Chair of Dursley In Bloom and Mayor Neil Grecian.
The judges will have a short tour of Dursley town centre, including the Heritage Centre, the Broadwell, Henlow Court, Highfields School, the Town Green (Long Street), Chantry Centre and the Tabernacle Church. The visit will be concluded with a presentation on the achievements of the Dursley in Bloom team over the last year and their plans for the future. More »
The results of this year's competition will be announced by the Heart of England In Bloom organisers at an event on the 5th September 2019. Representatives of the town will be present to receive any awards.
Dursley Town Council would like to thank Penny and the other member of Dursley in Bloom who commit so much time to making our town look stunning.
The Council would also like to thank, the local businesses who sponsor/support the initiative and all those volunteers from various community groups that also support the Dursley in Bloom team over the year. » Less
Posted: Tue, 09 Jul 2019 13:23 by John Kay
Do you want to make a difference in your community?
Are you concerned about what happens in your local area?
Do you feel you could represent the views of your neighbourhood?
If you answered 'yes' have you ever thought about becoming a Town Councillor?
Dursley Town Council have three Councillor Vacancies at the current time following the recent resignations of Councillors Tom Arnold, Matt Nicholson and Brian Cairns. More »
There are two vacancies in the Highfields Ward and one in the Central Ward.
If you would like to find out more about the rewarding role then please contact the Town Clerk or any serving Town Councillor for more information and details of how you can join the Council. » Less
Posted: Thu, 04 Jul 2019 09:43 by John Kay