The Diss Heritage Triangle Project is a scheme to revitalise the old historic heart of the town. The three main aspects to the project include the renovation and extension of the Corn Hall, the Streetscape Scheme to improve the public spaces in the streets and give more priority to pedestrians and the wildlife garden and boardwalk behind the Town Council offices, from which visitors and residents can get a beautiful view of our iconic Mere.

The Corn Hall project is now complete and the building has reopened to a fantastic new programme of events. For more information visit their webpage

The garden and boardwalk scheme is also now complete with a lovely new relaxed space for people to enjoy! Find out more about the project on the Heritage Triangle Project facebook page.

A celebration event on the 9th September 2017 attracted many visitors to the new space and we received lots of positive feedback. To view the photos taken from the event, please click here.

Volunteers welcome: The Heritage Triangle planters and gardens are kindly maintained by a group of green-fingered volunteers. We’re always looking for people to help with various gardening roles in the Triangle…If you’re interested in lending a hand, please contact us!


OPENING TIMES: Every day: Dawn-Dusk

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Did you know?

Our Heritage Triangle is packed with retailers – many of which are independent! Make sure to visit our many yards and shopping areas while you’re in the town. You can view a handy map of the triangle here.

In our Summer edition of Diss Matters, we launched an exciting article focusing on the Heritage Triangle Traders! Click here to view and find out more…