Dursley Town Council are pleased to announce that in partnership with Cam Parish Councils we have agreed to a continued community youth work provision partnership with Stroud based charity The Door Youth Project.
Following a robust re-tendering process, the decision was made at the recent Dursley Town and Cam Parish Council meetings, following recommendations from the youth work steering committees.... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 21 Jun 2018 11:51 by John Kay
The Regulation 16 Consultation for the Dursley Neighbourhood Development plan proposal will be run by Stroud District Council between 15th June 2018 to 27th July 2018.
The plan and accompanying documents can be viewed online
Hard copies are available to view at Dursley Town Council offices, Dursley Library and Stroud District Council's offices. If you would like to make... Read More »
Posted: Mon, 18 Jun 2018 12:45 by Anita Gambie
Dursley Town Council would like to thank the Lions Club of Dursley for volunteering to paint our BT telephone kiosk which hosts our community defibrillator.
In 2017 with advice and support from the Community Heartbeat Trust, the Town Council successfully obtained funding for the purchase and installation of a defibrillator and security cabinet from the National Lottery's Award for All grant scheme.... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 14 Jun 2018 12:52 by John Kay
The Town Council has been notified earlier today (Friday) by St Modwen Homes that the planned closure of Long Street has been cancelled.
The Road Closure had been advertised to begin on 4th June for twelve weeks to allow for road realignment works to be completed.
The works are still required but will now be done under traffic signals, although this will extend the duration to 15 weeks. St Modwen are... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 01 Jun 2018 13:38 by John Kay
The Town Mayor officially launched the Dursley Mini Hare Trail this morning (Friday) to an audience of sponsors and hosts for our eight Cotswold Hares located in the Dursley area.
Mayor Grecian said "the hares will be residents in the town until 9th September 2018 when they will become available to buy at a charity auction hosted by the Cotswold AONB. There are lots of information for the event on both... Read More »
Posted: Fri, 01 Jun 2018 12:09 by John Kay
We now have eight Cotswold Hares located in Dursley as part of Cotswold AONB's 2018 Hare Trail; making a fun mini trial in the local area.
Our most recent addition "Cotswold Hare" can be viewed at Hunters, Estate Agent. Mr Richard Mace, Director commented "We are pleased to sponsor the Cotswold AONB Hare Trail as this combines a fun activity for children with the proceeds go to good causes in the area.... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 30 May 2018 15:48 by John Kay
The Annual Assembly meeting was held last night in the Chantry Centre. The meeting was chaired by the Town Mayor, Cllr Neil Grecian who opened the meeting and welcomed those in attendance.
Cllr Grecian provided a verbal report on the Town Council's achievements over the last year including; new play equipment in Highfields, the purchase of the Reliance House site for as new long stay car park and our... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 23 May 2018 10:34 by John Kay
Cotswold Hares are coming to Dursley as part of Cotswold AONB's 2018 Hare Trail. The Town Council are pleased to confirm that currently seven hare sculptures will be located in Dursley.
A "large" five-foot hare sculpture called "Hareloom along the Cotswold Way" will be located under the Town Hall. This hare, the centre point of the trail in Dursley, has been kindly sponsored by housing developer St... Read More »
Posted: Thu, 17 May 2018 14:00 by John Kay
The Annual Assembly is a "meeting of the town" which is facilitated by the Town Council. This year's guest speaker is Mr David Hagg, Chief Executive of Stroud District Council.
This meeting provides the residents of the town the opportunity to raise matters of concern with the Mayor and Councillors from the Town, Stroud District and Gloucestershire County Council's.
Annual Reports from the Town Council... Read More »
Posted: Wed, 16 May 2018 09:46 by John Kay
The Town Council has been notified by Gloucestershire County Council that Long Street is to be closed between 4th June and 16th September to allow for road realignment works to be completed.
This work will connect the new Littlecombe development to the existing road network and realign the Drake Lane/Long Street/Bymacks Lane/Lister Street (Victoria Close) junctions at the bottom of Long Street.
The Council... Read More »
Posted: Tue, 15 May 2018 10:04 by John Kay