Welcome to the official website of Diss Town Council
Promoting the historic Norfolk market town of Diss in the heart of East Anglia. We hope you enjoy your visit.
We aim to provide a one-stop shop of information for all visitors to our site. Find out about the history of Diss, what the town has to offer, the roles and responsibilities of the Town Council as well as ‘what’s on’ in Diss.
Notice of appointment of date for the exercise of electors' rights
Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2016 (click here)
Community at the heart of new Strategy
The Town Council has developed a strategy for the next three years to help deliver its four key priorities. Read more here.
Annual Town Meeting
The Town Mayor and Town Councillors were very pleased to see so many Diss residents at our Annual Town Meeting held on Wednesday 11th May at the Diss Youth & Community Centre. The Town Mayor was delighted to award the 2016 Honoured Citizen to Pete Gillings and the Junior Good Citizen Award to Owen Leeder.
Diss Matters - latest issue available here
Diss Matters is a quarterly publication distributed to every household in Diss. Next issue out end of May.
Diss Museum 2016 opening - for full story please click here
Park Radio Update
See Park Radio at these events
Plans to bring Park Radio back on-air full-time in South Norfolk and Mid Suffolk, have taken a further big step foward - read more here
Rotary is at the Heart of things in Diss
Three new public access defibrillators being installed in and around Diss - read here for more details of where they will be positioned and how they can be accessed.
Car Link Volunteer Drivers needed in Diss area - if you are able to participate click here for further details
Taylor Hammond Education Foundation - Are you old enough to remember the old Grammar School? For further details of grants available to children who attend school in Diss click here
Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service - seeking Community Volunteers
Visit their website here for further details
Car Boot - Royal British Legion
Fair Green Car Boot
Walk of Remembrance
A14 and A134 at Bury St Edmunds have reopened
Police have reopened the A14 and A134 at Bury St Edmunds which had been closed for about one-and-a-half hours this afternoon.
Vehicle blaze in Wattisfield thought to be caused by overheated brake pads
Overheated brake pads are believed to be the cause of a vehicle fire in Wattisfield this afternoon.
Fifty not out for Stonham Aspal?s Joe
A UK Power Networks employee from Stonham Aspal has had his staying power celebrated after he hit the 50-year milestone with the company.
News provided by dissexpress.co.uk