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A working group, formed by members of the Town Council and local residents, has announced plans to recognise and commemorate the ongoing impact of COVID-19 on town life.
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Following on from the 'Issues and Options' survey undertaken for the DDNP earlier this year, several new housing sites and green spaces are ready to go out for public consultation.
Diss Youth Town Council have launched a 'Design a mask for Christmas' competition.
The Carers Matter service in Norfolk provides support to unpaid carers across the county. Since September, they've made a number of additions to their provision.
Over 35 wreathes were laid on behalf of key local organisations at a COVID-secure remembrance ceremony outside St Mary’s church in Diss on Sunday 8th November.
This year's Act of Remembrance will be a private, short ceremony. To ensure the ceremony remains COVID-secure and to minimise the risk of transmission, members of the public are requested not to attend.
Different ways to mark Remembrance Day 2020
Due to COVID-19 and the restrictions around social gatherings, a public Remembrance Day event is not possible this year.
Diss Matters magazine is back and will be flying through local letterboxes throughout this week.