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.
Annual Town Meeting
Diss Matters - Issue 8
Please use this link to see the latest Diss Matters from Diss Town Council
Election of Town Councillors
Elections for all South Norfolk Parish/Town Councillors takes place on Thursday 7th May 2015.
For full details please follow this link to South Norfolk District Councils website.
Diss Town Council 'Citizen' 2015 awards
Diss Town Council are delighted to announce the winners of this years Junior Good Citizen and Honoured Citizen awards; the 2015 Junior Good Citizen is Ellen Nicholas and the 2015 Honoured Citizen is Suzanne Kayne.
Ellen and Suzanne's awards will be presented to them at the Annual Town Meeting on 13th May at the Diss Youth & Community Centre - click 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 at Diss Youth & Community Centre - find out here.
Fair Green VE Day Celebrations
Location: Fair Green, Diss
Car Boot Sale - Rotary Club
The East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) Diss Friends Group has welcomed a new chair after Pauline Manson stepped down due to ill health.
A south Norfolk dog is through to the national final of a contest to find the UK’s fittest dog. Lizzie, a parsons terrier owned by Long Stratton resident Kim Styles, reached the final after winning the Small Dog category for the East.
Our future depends on our children so why are councils not more concerned at the lack of schools in the area?
News provided by dissexpress.co.uk