Mrs Martine Carter - In recognition of her continued service to ConnectAT; supporting and providing events for vulnerable young people.
Cllr Mandy Woodward - In recognition of her support to fellow traders and the vulnerable whilst working in the town.
Mrs Ronnie Harding - The second Leslie D Gale "Unsung Hero" award, in recognition of her continued volunteering efforts across the community.
Cllr Brian Marsh (posthumously) - In recognition of his contribution to Dursley town and his exemplary service as a Town Councillor for almost 25 years (1992-2016).
Mrs Anne Anderson - In recognition of her continued volunteering to local groups, including Girlguiding, Treetops Nursery, Sure Satrt & Dursley Cinema.
Mrs Emma Irvine - In recognition of her continued volunteering to local groups, including Dursley Tabernacle URC, The Door Youth Project, The Vibe Youth Centre and Cam & Dursley Youth Project.
Mr Keith Thomson - The first Leslie D Gale "Unsung Hero" award, in recognition of his continued good service to Dursley, maintaining the tidiness of the town centre to an exceptionally high standard.
Mr Jack Johnson, in recognition for his service to country and community, including being at the Dunkirk evacuation, 75 years ago.
Mrs Eileen Hopcraft in recognition for her service to the community including working at the Independence Trust at Dursley Mental Health Wellbeing Centre.
Homestart (Stroud District) in recognition of their family support organisation, offering friendship and practical help to families in our community.
Reverend Janet Bromley in recognition to her years of service to the people of Dursley. Reverend Bromley will be retiring in the Summer of 2013.
Dursley and District Old People's Welfare Committee: Mrs Mollie (Dinkie) Shapland who has been on the committee for over 45 years, many times as chairman, and Mrs Dorothy Sutton who served as secretary for 25 years.
Friends at Christmas, this group of volunteers spend their Christmas providing transport and festive meals for those who would otherwise spend Christmas alone.
Dursley & District Good Neighbours Scheme, this group of volunteer drivers have been transporting the elderly to and from medical appointments - and waiting with the patient - totting up a total of 6,500 journeys and 142,000 miles since the 1970s.
Mr G Wheeler for his contribution to the community not only as a local government councillor, but also as an active member of so many organisations including Dursley United Charities, Dursley Youth Centre and Vale Vision.
Mr R Littleford for his work with the Lister Hall, the Uley-Dursley-Cam Cycleway and Kingshill House Limited.
Mrs G Chamberlain, the oldest waitress in Dursley at 92; a founder member of the Day Centre in May Lane 35 years ago, who continues to help.
Councillor D Matthews (posthumous award) for his active service as a town councillor and his role in many local organizations.
Dursley Youth Forum: who identified an accident blackspot and campaigned for improvements via a video presentation to Gloucestershire Highways.
Dursley Special Constabulary; unpaid volunteers who provide essential support to regular police officers.
Mrs M Macdonald: for extensive voluntary work in charity shops, at Henlow, and in the day centre.
Mr L Hearle: as Chairman of Dursley & District Community Association, and also his support in running the Sports centre.
Miss S Martin: for dedicating her life to the children of Dursley – both as a junior school teacher and in her leisure time.
Mr C Smart: very active school governor member of Dursley Lions Club.
Mrs J King: commitment and organization of the Farmers' Markets in Dursley.
Mrs M Paisey: commitment as Brownie Leader to the young girls of Dursley.
Mr G Pierce: promotion of the heritage of Dursley, especially the buildings around the Market Place.
Miss B Butt: fund raising for various charitable causes.
Mrs M Morgan; service as Clerk to Dursley Town Council for ten years, showing conscientious service.
Mrs. D. King: service to the community as Vice-President of the Dursley & District Chamber of Trade & Commerce and a very active member of the Chamber team that organises the Christmas Goodwill Evenings, the town's Christmas lights, the Festival and many other "behind the scenes" groups.
Lions Club of Dursley: for consistently providing an across the board and varied service to the local and far reaching communities, always with good humour and reliability.
Mr. P. James: service to the community as secretary to Dursley Town AFC for fifteen years.
Mrs. S. Jones: service to the community as Co-ordinator for the Dursley Town Festival and President of the Dursley & District Chamber of Trade & Commerce.
Mr. P. Jones: service to the community as the leading member of the Dursley & District Chamber of Trade & Commerce team that prepares, tests, erects, dismantles and stores the town's Christmas lights.
Mrs. M. Parker: many years active involvement with young people of Dursley and district, especially in scouting and as a leader with the Dursley Junior Youth Club.
Mr. D. Barnes: services to Dursley Town Trust with personal effort and dedication to completion of Town Hall refurbishment, commitment to helping develop and improve future of the town.
Mr. B. E. Allen, M.B.E.: service to community as Town and District Councillor, Chief Fire Officer for the town, local builder and Chairman of Dursley Town Trust.
Mr. R. H. Cotton (posthumously): services to community through local government, to the children of Dursley as caretaker at RednockSchool and support of charities, such as the India Friendship Club.
Mr. C. Lawrence, Musical Director, Dursley Male Voice Choir
Mr. L. A Hinder: many services to the community, i.e. Scouts, Community Centre, Sports Hall, Gardening Club, etc.
Friday Lunch Club Team: service to the elderly and frail by cooking and serving lunches for fifteen years.
Miss D. Menelaws: general watchdog over the activities of local government, etc.
Mr. G. Bethell: driver of Cam & Dursley station's Rail Link: bus, takes real pride in his work and does his best to ensure the success of both the bus service and the station.
Miss J. Kingham: many hours willingly spent visiting the ill at home and in hospital.
DODS: many hours of pleasure provided for the community.
Miss R. Wareham: service to the community, charity and environment by collecting cans for recycling:
Dursley Fire and Rescue Service: service to the community.
Dursley Male Voice Choir: bringing pleasure through music and contribution to Dursley's Image.
Dursley and Cam Division, St. John Ambulance Brigade: many hours of voluntary service attending community events in Dursley.
Mr. R. Edwards: consultant architect to The Dursley Town Trust.
Mr. N. Eggleden: pleasure given to community with Christmas lights display and contributions to charity with money raised from the display.
Rednock School Band: encouragement of young people's interest in music, positive contribution to Dursley's image.
Mr. J. Morris: helping people and in particular time given to encouraging young people to undertake and enjoy the rewarding pastime of playing music.
Mr. M. North: recognition and appreciation of excellent work to keep the streets of the town clean and tidy.
Mr. J. Redfern: improving and maintaining rights of way in the Parish of Dursley through the Parish Paths Partnership.
Mr. J. Smallwood: work with the Stinchcombe Hill Volunteer Group to Improve Stinchcombe Hill for the benefit of wildlife and people of the surrounding area.
Dr. F. Gamman: many years service as a medical practitioner and friend.
Dr. A. J. Hill: many years service as a medical practitioner and friend.
Mr. & Mrs. C. Jukes: active involvement with the mentally handicapped through the Open Door Club and other charitable organisations.
Dr. C. Mowforth: work within the community, above all determined efforts in campaigning for the re-opening of local railway station.
Mrs. D. Barton: as a town councillor and support given to various community projects.
Mr. D. Hadrell: fundraising work as a member of Dursley Lions Club since its formation