Dursley News - April 2015

Demolition of the Lister's factory is now complete and all that remains is a number of large heaps of crushed concrete and stone, no doubt destined to be used as hard-core for a future building project, perhaps even on the same site as further new housing construction gets underway. In the town centre some of the shops have had a face-lift and Castle Street has seen construction of ornamental flower beds.

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New paving at Broadwell
The area around the Broadwell has now been repaved and makes for an attractive place to rest for a while.
(April 11th 2015 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Lister demolition complete
Apart from the old security office the rest of the Lister factory consists of nothing more than a number of large piles of crushed concrete, all that's left of a once proud company.
(April 11th 2015 - copyright Andrew Barton)


New construction in Castle Street
A new cotswold stone raised bed has been constructed in Castle Street and awaits its plants.
(April 26th 2015 - copyright Andrew Barton)


'Eva's Nails' in Parsonage Street
The 'Eva's Nails' shop in Parsonage Street now sports its smart new signage.
(April 26th 2015 - copyright Andrew Barton)


'Just to Say' in Parsonage Street
Dursley's successful card shop 'Just to Say' has had a makeover and looks smart in its fresh coat of paint.
(April 26th 2015 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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