News & Blog

Heritage Triangle Project – Street Regeneration
Important information for businesses and residents. Have a look at the latest plans for the regeneration of the streetscape in the Heritage Triangle. The plans include the proposed road closures
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Community Defibrillators
This month our Council Leader and Deputy Town Clerk were proud to support the Rotary Club of Diss & District at the launch of their third 24 hour public access
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Christmas Opening Hours
Mon 19 - Fri 23 December Visit the office: 9.30am - 1.30pm • Telephone: 9.30am - 3pm Mon 26 - 29 December Closed Fri 30 December Visit the office: 9.30am
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Press Release: Marston’s Appeal
The appeal by Marstons against the refusal of planning permission for the development of erection of 4 non-food retails units of nearly 4000sqm on Park Road, Diss has been dismissed.
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Supporting those in need this Christmas…
This year, staff and councillors alike have been getting involved with the Waveney Foodbank’s reverse advent calendar to help support families in crisis over Christmas. Starting from November 6th, for
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Public Information Event
Diss Town Council are pleased to announce we will be hosting a Public Information Event on 25 November. The event will run from 2pm - 7pm at Diss United Reformed
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Vacancy: Crossing Patrol
A Crossing Patrol vacancy has come up in Diss: School crossing patrol required to see children going to and from Diss Infant and Junior schools safely across Skelton Road Diss.
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Stay Safe this Halloween – Police Connect Message
The Police are asking trick-or-treaters to please be mindful that some of our more vulnerable residents can find this a distressing time of year and having people knocking on their
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Diss Heritage Triangle – Public Consultation
As part of the Heritage Triangle Regeneration, a new street scene is being created for the Triangle.  (more…)
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Incident at the Mere – 13.10.16
This morning, our Maintenance Manager Robert received a report of a dog that had started swimming in the Mere and started struggling to get out. “I contacted the Police and
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