Dursley News - June 2013

With the coming of June so came the warmer weather and Dursley Festival on 29th June benefited greatly, especially after last year's wash-out. The good weather remained for much of the month to the relief of most.

In the town centre work began renovating the inside of the old Midland/HSBC Bank for use as a bistro and work also continued apace at Littlecombe with progress on new houses and the construction of a new bridge.

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    Cam peak
A view of Cam Peak from Tilsdown.
(June 23rd 2013 - copyright John Wilkes)

Councillors at the Town Festival
Some of the Dursley town council members at the town's annual festival on the recreation ground.
(June 29th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)

    Choir at the festival
Dursley Male Voice Choir sing at the town festival.
(June 29th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    Festival procession
Dancers make their way from Dursley town centre to the recreation ground for the town festival events.
(June 29th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    Old bank renovation works
Work has begun inside the old Midland/HSBC Bank to renovate it for use as a bistro.
(June 8th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    A floor is laid
Inside the old HSBC Bank in Dursley a new cement floor in the process of being laid.
(June 8th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    The final corner
Just one corner to complete at the old HSBC Bank.
(June 8th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    Fruit and Veg in town
The new fruit and vegetable shop in Parsonage Street.
(June 8th 2013 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    Bridge foundations
On the Littlecombe site the foundations are dug for a new bridge linking the main site to the newest houses.
(June 19th 2013 - copyright John Wilkes)
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