Dursley Town Council

Serving the people of Dursley

Town Hall

Clerk: Mr John Kay
Jacob's House, Castle Street
Dursley, Gloucestershire
GL11 4BS


We need your help to identify our Heritage Assets in Dursley

We need your help to identify our Heritage Assets in Dursley

The Dursley Neighbourhood Development Plan (2018-2031) sets out a number of projects that the Town Council would like to deliver over the plan's lifetime.

This project is to develop a Local Heritage Asset List for Dursley. We would like to work with residents, Stroud District Council, Dursley and Cam Society and local community groups to create a list of non-designated heritage assets of local significance.... Read More »

Posted: Mon, 07 Mar 2022 12:43 by Anita Gambie

Tags: Festive Dursley

Dursley Fiver Fest - 12th-26th March 2022

Dursley Fiver Fest - 12th-26th March 2022

Some of our local independent shops & businesses are taking part in the Totally Locally Fiver Fest from Saturday 12th to Saturday 26th March 2022.

Dursley Fiver Fest will bring you deals to encourage you to spend locally and support your local economy & town. Spending just £5 a week in your local independent shops & businesses can make a huge difference.

Have your fivers ready &... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 03 Mar 2022 16:00 by Leah Wellings

Tags: Dursley Traders, fiverfest, visitdursley, visitstroud

Casual Vacancy Notice March 2022

Casual Vacancy Notice March 2022

Following the resignation of Cllr Adrian Whitwell, there is now a Dursley Town Councillor Vacancy in the Central Ward.




that a casual vacancy has arisen in the Office of Councillor for the Central (ward of) Dursley Town Council.

If by Tuesday 22nd March 2022 (FOURTEEN days after the date of this notice) a request for an election... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 02 Mar 2022 13:05 by John Kay

Tags: Casual Vacancy

Pancake Race 2022

Pancake Race 2022

The 2022 Pancake Race was held earlier today with entrants representing local organisations and businesses taking part.

The final placings were:

1st: Joe Dymond, representing Kingshill House.
2nd: Georgie White-Winter representing Kingshill House.
3rd: Roger Cowley, representing the Dursley Lions.

A trophy donated by Dursley Business Inclusive, in memory of local volunteer Eileen Nichols, for the best fancy... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 01 Mar 2022 12:55 by John Kay

Tags: Pancake Race 2022

Urgent Tree Maintenance

Urgent Tree Maintenance

Due to the recent storms we have urgent tree maintenance at Kingshill Cemetery and Kingshill Play Area ongoing this morning.

We would ask all visitors to the cemetery and play area to stay away from the affected areas.

Sadly half of the large Willow tree at Kingshill Cemetery has fallen down and the remaining half will be assessed to confirm if it can be saved.

Posted: Mon, 21 Feb 2022 09:31 by John Kay

Tags: Kingshill Cemetery, Kingshill Play Area, Tree Works

Dursley Town Council seeking a new Street Cleaner

Dursley Town Council seeking a new Street Cleaner

Dursley Town Council have created this new role to complement the existing street cleaning regime which is overseen by Stroud District Council and to keep the town centre and green spaces tidy and free from litter.

The role of Street Cleaner will see the operative clear and remove any litter, glass or other materials discarded within the town centre area. On occasion the operative could be instructed... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 17 Feb 2022 12:33 by John Kay

Tags: Street Cleaner, Vacancy

Dursley Pancake Race

Dursley Pancake Race

Pancake Race 2022

Dursley Pancake Race 2022 will be held at 12 noon on Tuesday 1st March 2022

Fancy Dress is encouraged and the theme this year is 'Queen's Platinum Jubilee'

Please enter and support this fun community event.

Entry forms with race terms and conditions are available from Dursley Town Council office in Jacob's House, the Post Office and Inches in Parsonage Street, Dursley, alternatively please... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 16 Feb 2022 15:07 by Ann Lyon

Tags: Community Event, Pancake Race

Dursley Matters Newsletter: Winter Edition January 2022

Dursley Matters Newsletter: Winter Edition January 2022

The latest edition of our quarterly newsletter, Dursley Matters, is available to download from the Town Council's website.

This edition sets out details of the Town Council's budget for the year ahead, 2022-2023.

In addition there is news of the installation of new play equipment at Highfields Play Area, the Council's project to create a list of non-designated heritage assets of local significance and... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 28 Jan 2022 12:45 by Ann Lyon

Tags: Dursley Matters, Dursley Matters Newsletter

Cancellation of Extraordinary Meeting of Dursley Town Council

Due to unforeseen circumstances it has been necessary to cancel the extraordinary meeting of Dursley Town Council which was due to take place at 7.00 pm this evening, Wednesday 26th January 2022

Posted: Wed, 26 Jan 2022 15:29 by Ann Lyon

Tags: Extraordinary Meeting, Town Council

Town Council Budget 2022/23

Town Council Budget 2022/23

Dursley Town Councillors have set the Dursley Town Council budget for the year ahead.

At the January council meeting, councillors agreed to limit the
increase in our share of the Council Tax bill to 2.5%.
That means, an average Band D council taxpayer will
pay £212.40 a year, an increase of £5.18 per year or
an extra 10p a week.

The Mayor, Councillor Symon Ackroyd said, "The
Town Council... Read More »

Posted: Wed, 26 Jan 2022 08:47 by John Kay

Tags: 2022/23, Budget, Precept

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