FRIDAY 25TH NOVEMBER 2022 CHRISTMAS LIGHTS SWITCH ON FROM 4.30PM ONWARDS IN THE TOWN CENTRE - LIGHTS ON AT 6:00PM
This year there will be a Victorian theme! With stalls, music, children's fairground, winter garden, Father Christmas Grotto & Sleigh, fireworks and more.
Posted: Wed, 16 Nov 2022 08:45 by Anita Gambie
A very healthy turnout by local residents watched the traditional Remembrance Parade marching from May Lane to St James's Church on Sunday afternoon.
For the first time in several years due to Covid restrictions the service of remembrance was held in the church. This was followed by the traditional laying of the wreaths at the War Memorial Gates.
Wreaths were laid by Siobhan Baillie MP, the Mayor Cllr... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 14 Nov 2022 11:11 by John Kay
At 11:02am this morning following the traditional two-minute silence, two wreaths were laid at the newly refurbished World War II memorial at the War Memorial Recreation Ground to commemorate Remembrance Day.
The wreaths were laid by the Mayor Symon Ackroyd and Matt Patrick, representing the Cam & Dursley Royal British Legion.
On Remembrance Sunday, the traditional Remembrance Day Parade will commence... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 11 Nov 2022 12:02 by John Kay
Remembrance Day Friday 11th November 2022
Wreaths will be laid at the World War 2 memorial at 11 am on Friday 11th November 2021.
The World War 2 memorial is located at the Pavilion on the War Memorial Recreation Ground, Dursley.
Remembrance Day Parade - Sunday 13th November 2022
Schedule of Events
14.15 Assemble at the bus station in May Lane, Dursley
14.45 Parade leaves the bus station and marches via... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 07 Nov 2022 11:42 by John Kay
Dursley has been selected for a Community Governance Review consultation by Stroud District Council which the Town Council welcome.
While Dursley Town Council do not propose or support any boundary changes as part of the review we do want the opportunity to review the number of Town Councillors in office.
This is due to the fact Dursley has had a significant number of new homes built in recent years... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 02 Nov 2022 11:24 by John Kay
Dursley Town Council have replaced the football/basketball combined "goal end" at the War Memorial Recreation Ground.
The new facility includes goal posts, a goal arch, side panels and a basket hoop. It is designed to promote both social and active play amongst children. It is an ideal place for children to exercise and develop socially whether they are kicking a ball about with friends or practising... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 31 Oct 2022 11:33 by John Kay
The Gloucestershire Resources and Waste Partnership have door knockers out across the county to talk to residents about food waste, they will be distributing the attached leaflets and will be asking residents if they need any additional resources in order to help them recycle their food waste. The project will run from today through to the end of November and will target some properties in the Lower... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 24 Oct 2022 14:04 by John Kay
Visit Dursley for Half Term Halloween Fun! There's lots of activities coming up to entertain the kids
Visit Dursley for Half Term Halloween Fun!
22nd - 31st October 2022
Check out the poster which includes:
Halloween Hunt in the Town Centre & Twinberrow Woods Sculpture & Play Trail
Pick up a Hunt Form at The Library or Jacob's House from 22nd. The form will also be available to download from the Council's website.
Costume Swap at The Library 17th to 31st
Kid's Dance Workshops (25th) & Pool Party... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 11 Oct 2022 09:30 by Leah Wellings
Step this way to explore the undiscovered beauty of the Stroud district - download the Discover Stroud District Trails App Now
Whether you've lived in the district all your life, or are visiting for the first time, Discover Stroud Trails, a new free-of-charge walking app will help you make the most of the Stroud district.
The first trails on the newly launched app feature our beautiful Market Towns of Stroud, Stonehouse, Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge, Nailsworth, and Berkeley.
A 'Cam Peak and Around Trail', created with the help... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 07 Oct 2022 17:00 by Leah Wellings