Your local update for Monday 6th April:
Diss Town Council has closed Diss Cemetery and the town’s Boardwalk & Gardens to the public, during the Covid-19 situation.
The Cemetery remains open for burials, but without public access.
The Diss Youth & Community Centre is only in use by the FareShare Food Scheme…..a voluntary service supplying free food from Tesco and Morrisons to vulnerable people without a network of friends and family. It takes place on Thursday afternoon from 3.30. Town Councillors and staff are helping with collections and deliveries.
Food stalls are continuing to trade on the Market Place with a fruit and veg stall on Tuesdays, Wednesdays,Thursdays and Fridays and a fish stall on Thursdays and Fridays.
Home delivery services are also being offered by Tony Fields’ Discount Deli and Diana’s fruit and veg stall.
Drivers are reminded that Mere Street should only be accessed by delivery vehicles and the Kingshead Yard car park for essential shopping only. Vehicles leaving the car park should turn left and not use Mere Street.
Here are the message’s from Dr. Louise Smith, Norfolk’s Director of Public Health speaking on Park Radio:
(note – if listening on a smartphone you may have to wait a few seconds for the interviews to be downloaded)
With school closures and event cancellations Park Radio will keep you up to date on the latest across Diss, Harleston, Eye and across the Waveney Valley.