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.
Diss Town Clerk, Deborah Sarson, is the 2015 Norfolk Clerk of the Year!
Read more here
Taylor Hammond Education Foundation - Are you old enough to remember the old Grammer School? For further details of grants available to children who attend school in Diss click here
2015/16 Town Mayor
At the Full Council meeting held on 20th May, Councillors elected to inaugurate Councillor Julian Mason as the 2015/16 Town Mayor of Diss.
Councillor Mike Bardwell was elected Deputy Town Mayor.
Election of Town Concillors
Please click here for the results of the 2015 election.
Diss Matters - Issue 9
Please use this link to see the latest Diss Matters from Diss Town Council - including HTP project underway, Meet our Community Heroes, Town Council makeover & Summer Events diary
Norfolk Wildlife Trust are holding a range of events across Norfolk - click here for dates and details
Norfolk Fire & Rescue Service - seeking Community Volunteers
Visit their website here for further details
The Heritage Triangle Project
Find out more about the Heritage Triangle Project here.
The Big South Norfolk Litter Pick
South Norfolk Council are working with local community groups to help reduce litter - with cash prizes available, click here for full details.
New Museum website
Read here for 'Diss Museum goes live'
Help support your community radio station Park Radio
Click here for details of forthcoming Quiz Nights and Events
What's On at Diss Youth & Community Centre - find out here.
Car Boot Sale - Park Radio
Park Alive - Diss Rotary Club
People in communities across Norfolk are being urged to step forward and become community volunteers in a new initiative launched by county fire service chiefs.
A revised plan for 44 homes in Stradbroke has been narrowly backed by the village’s parish council.
An Attleborough couple have helped raise more than £1,200 for charity after completing a gruelling 100-mile cycle ride.
News provided by dissexpress.co.uk