Dursley News - December 2019
 

There was plenty of rain during December - streams and rivers were high and a lot of water was seen on the ground as it couldn't easily run away. As the Christmas break came so work temporarily halted on the town's construction projects - though much progress can still be seen at Littlecombe and the small development on Woodmancote, once the site of Starkey's van hire.

 
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Littlecombe bridge
A close up of the bridge over Lister Street on the Littlecombe site, still awaiting traffic but getting increasingly surrounded by new houses.
(December 7th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Fire engines at the Market House
Two fire appliances on Parsonage Street, outside Dursley Market House
(December 21st 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Flooding near the Pin Mill
Around the old Pin Mill, once home to Mikael Pedersen's bicycle factory, the stream has come over the edge and the path, preventing easy access around the building.
(December 28th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
 

 

Water Street stream
The stream flowing alongside Water Street is high as it takes excess water towards the valley floor.
(December 28th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

El Chico's
El Chico's Mexican restaurant (ex-Italian, ex-Mexican, ex-Conservative Club, ex-W.H. Smith) on Long Street.
(December 28th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Woodmancote development
Further progress on the small housing development at Woodmancote, once home to Starkey's van hire business.
(December 28th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
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