Dursley News - April 2019
 

This month saw teh start of a major renovation work on Spring Villa in Kingshill Road. This building was once home to Albert and Elizabeth Bailey, who were part of the bailey family which produced the Dursley Gazette. It later became the club building for Dursley Cricket Club and is now used by Dursley Town A.F.C.

Elsewhere, work is continuing to open up the Littlecombe site, with work progressing on the new road which will link the two ends of what was once the Lister factory.

 
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Littlecombe site new road and bridge
Work is continuing on the new road construction through the |Littlecombe site which will allow connection of Long Street and 'Gasworks Pitch'.
(April 15th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Littlecombe site
Looking towards Long Street the opened up river and route of the new road is easily visible.
(April 15th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Littlecombe from Long Street
Viewed from Long Street this shows the opened up route to the new houses and the modified landscape near the Priory.
(April 6th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Spring Villa renovation
The old Spring Villa building, once home of the cricket club and now used by Dursley AFC, has had its rendering removed at the start of a major renovation.
(April 6th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Sunshine Space in Long Street
A new business, 'Sunshine Space', has opened in the old premises once used by Vale Vision.
(April 13th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
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