Dursley News - July 2019

The day of Dursley's summer festival was a good one with many people coming out to enjoy the weather, and watch and participate in the various attractions and stalls lining the main route through town. Art and craft exhibitions were also open to be enjoyed by all and the Heritage Centre saw a very large number of visitors who wanted to find out a bit more about the town's history.

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Dursley Summer Festival
A nicely restored American Plymouth, manufactured in 1939, makes its way out of Parsonage Street after driving through the pedestrianised area.
(July 13th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Dursley Mayor at the Heritage Centre
Dursley Mayor, Neil Grecian, stands outside the Heritage Centre during the day of the summer festival.
(July 13th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Leaf and Ground
Not yet open, this view shows the main building of what will become a cafe and garden centre called Leaf and Ground.
(July 4th 2019 - copyright John Wilkes)


Littlecombe footpath
The new footpath through the Littlecombe site awaits opening up to pedestrians.
(July 6th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Littlecombe footbridge
A new footbridge has been constructed to carry a path through the middle of the Littlecombe site.
(July 6th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)


New houses in Bailey Way
The new street on the Littlecombe site has been named Bailey Way after the Bailey family which ran the Dursley Gazette newspaper for over 100 years.
(July 6th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Network Healthcare, Long Street
The premises of care and nursing provider, Network Healthcare, in Long Street.
(July 6th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Spring Villa renovation
With new rendering complete and the Cotswold stone walls repointed, the premises of Spring Villa make a fine appearance as work continues on the new porch and the internal refitting.
(July 7th 2019 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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