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 both visitors and residents with a wealth of information about the town, the community and the activities of the Town Council along with events happening in the town to provide a one-stop shop of information for all visitors to our site.
Free Car Parking Day
South Norfolk Council will be offering free car parking in Diss on Saturday 14th December.Christmas Week Market
Market day during Christmas week has been moved to Monday 23rd December. There will be no market on Friday 27th December.When it comes to litter - Which side of the fence are you on?
Diss Town Council joined forces with Keep Britain Tidy as part of a national initiative to help raise awareness of the growing problem of litter in Diss and the rest of the country. Click here to see how much litter was picked on the Park in just one week.
Diss Park wins Green Flag Award for second year
Diss Park is one of the best in the country and that's official more...
New Play Equipment Diss Park
Diss Town Council is part way through installing new equipment for teenagers in Diss Park. A teen shelter and gym equipment have been installed as part of phase one. A Multi Use Games Area is to be installed as phase two, in the autumn, as planning consent has now been granted.
Diss Town Council is proud and delighted by the support shown by thousands of people who came to Diss to welcome the soldiers of the Ist Battalion of The Royal Anglian Regiment, The Vikings when they excercised the Freedom of Diss at the parade in the town centre on Wednesday 7th November 2013. Photos
The Diss Audio Tour is available to download to your smart phone or MP3 player. Pre-loaded handsets are also available from Diss Tourist Information Centre. Audio Tours for other towns in the Waveney Valley can also be downloaded visit www.explorewaveneyvalley.com
Diss Town Council has adopted the Members' Code of Conduct. Click here to view the full document
This website was supported by the Broads & Rivers LEADER+ programme and the European Union.
Diss Farmers' Market
Time: 09:00 ~ 13:00
Location: Market Place Diss
Location: Corn Hall
SNYSB Christmas Concert
Location: The Corn Hall
Since 2001 Sue Sanford has been lighting up Pound Close in Harleston with her colourful Christmas lights display, all in aid of charity. The switch-on was on Saturday.
The tenth annual 50 Christmas Trees in a Church at All Saints Dickleburgh, drew to a close on Sunday, with the prize giving for the most popular trees voted by visitors to the festival.
Police are appealing to the public for help tracing a man known to have visited the Attleborough area.
News provided by dissexpress.co.uk