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.
This weeks Market will be held on Thursday 17th April.
Annual Town Meeting
All residents of Diss are cordially invited to the Annual Town Meeting, held on Wednesday 23 April 2014 at 6.00pm in the Waveney Room, Diss Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street, Diss.
Town Mayor's Charity Draw - 23rd April 2014
The Town Mayor, Councillor Neil Howard is delighted to announce the launch of his Charities Draw, which will take place on Wednesday 23 April after the Annual Town Meeting, click here for details.
There are some fantastic prizes to be won and all proceeds will go to his two chosen charities, Diss First Responders and the Quidenham Branch of EACH.
A list of prizes is available at www.disstownmayor.co.uk. The Town Mayor’s thanks go to those organisations and individuals who have put forward prizes.
Diss Students get local residents to think “shop local”
Students from Diss High School brought a splash of colour to the Diss local farmers market on Saturday 8th March. Click here to read more.
DissFuture survey You "had your say".
Take a look at the results so far here.
What's at Diss Youth & Community Centre - find out here.
Wanted: Easter Bunny Detectives
Date: 10/04/2014 ~ 22/04/2014
Annual Town Meeting
Time: 18:00 ~ 21:00
Location: Waveney Room, Diss Corn Hall, St Nicholas Street, Diss
Diss Farmers' Market
Location: Market Place, Diss
It is good news that Diss is possibly receiving grants towards the Corn Hall and certain areas, but £3.1 million spent on parts of the area just to justify the history is very questionable.
With the theme of ‘love where you live’, volunteers from Hoxne were joined by members of the Pioneer Troop of 1st Fressingfield Scout Group for a clean-up of the Hoxne Village, writes Jade Heath.
The legendary Billy Fury, known as ‘the British Elvis’, was a firm favourite with Norfolk audiences in the 60s and early 70s, frequently appearing at Great Yarmouth during the heyday of the resort’s summer entertainment season.
News provided by dissexpress.co.uk