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.
100th Anniversary of the date Great Britain entered the First World War
Service of Commemoration - Town Mayor Keith Kiddie welcomes you to attend a service dedicated to mark the 100th anniversary click here for further details.
Lights Out - One Million Candles to Remember - The Royal British Legion invites you to take part in this national reflection - click here for further details.
Annual Report 2014
Unfortunately due to a printing error, the Financial Summary on page 4 of the 2014 Annual Report is incorrect. Please follow this link for the Replacement Financial Summary 2014.
New Town Mayor for 2014/15
At the Town Council's Annual Meeting held on 21st May 2014, Councillor Keith Kiddie was inaugurated as Town Mayor, and Councillor Harold Rackham as Deputy Town Mayor.
Outgoing Town Mayor raises £2,500 for local charities
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.
Love Parks Week
Date: 25/07/2014 ~ 03/08/2014
Painting by the Mere - Waveney Springs Art Collective
Location: Mere's Mouth
Walk of Remembrance - Rosedale Funeral Home
Two teenagers formerly of Diss High School have set off on an epic sponsored walk spanning more than 300 miles in aid of two causes that are near and dear to them.
A Coroner has recorded that there was a “significant possibility” that a Botesdale man who died from a paracetamol overdose had taken the drug deliberately.
Local MP Richard Bacon wants to change the law on housing – by making it easier for people to build their own.
News provided by dissexpress.co.uk