Dursley News - December 2020
 

As the year comes to an end, and the pandemic is once again gathering pace across the nation, things in Dursley are again going into a tiered 'lockdown' with travel further restricted and Christmas plans in disarray for many. Perhaps bringing a very slight relief and an opportunity to escape to the past, the new Dursley Lantern has been published and is available from a few of the shops in town or can also be obtained by post.

 
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Chantry Centre, Long Street
The Chantry Centre in Long Street, which is currently not able to open or put on any theatrical productions.
(December 21st 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Selling the Dursley Lantern
Despite the pandemic it was still possible to produce the Dursley Lantern for 2020 and copies were sold at the door of the Heritage Centre.
(December 21st 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Scaffolding in Parsonage Street
Work continues in Parsonage Street on renovating the old Norville premises.
(December 15th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
 

 

Nativity scene at St. James' Church
The grass in front of St. James' Church is home to a nativity scene with pictures created by local school children.
(December 21st 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

'Lister Gardens' entrance on Box Road
On the small area of land adjacent to Cam & Dursley station a new housing development is in the curse of construction. Though it's in Cam it's been given the name of 'Lister Gardens'.
(December 20th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

'Lister Gardens' estate, Cam
Another view of some of the new houses of 'Lister gardens'.
(December 20th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
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