Dursley News - July 2021

Summer days and pleasant evenings are providing good excuses to get out and about, particularly with the ongoing pandemic. A new venture in Dursley has seen the advent of monthly live music events near the market place and it's been good to see people gathering in town to enjoy the occasion and the food available from the several nearby outlets. It's also good to see new use being made of Wyke House in Silver Street which is now home to an antiques shop.

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Armstrong & North optician
The optician business of Armstrong and North in Parsonage Street has now taken on the customer base of Norvilles which had a shop near the Market House.
(July 31st 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Vale Hospital
Taken during one of many 'pandemic' walks, this view shows the Vale Hospital at Littlecombe which played such a big part in the early vaccination programme.
(July 8th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Music evening in Dursley
Summer in Dursley has seen the advent of occasional live music events in Parsonage Street near the market house.
(July 23rd 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Summertime in Parsonage Street
With flowers blooming, Parsonage Street on a summer's day provides an enjoyable diversion.
(July 8th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Wyke House in Silver Street
The old Wyke House building in Silver Street has been renovated and it's good to see it newly occupied by an antiques centre.
(July 24th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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